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city of the Philippines and capital of the province of Tarlac

Tarlac City is the provincal capital of Tarlac. It is the hometown of Corazon and Benigno Aquino III, presidents of the Philippines

Get inEdit

The city's nearest airport is Clark International Airport in Angeles, but it takes time to transfer to a bus to Tarlac City.

By busEdit

Most buses to Ilocos Region stop at Tarlac City, except some services (usually Baguio-bound buses) which bypass the city via the new Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway.

  • Victory Liner buses between Manila and Dagupan or Alaminos and vice versa regularly stop at Tarlac City. Northbound services stop at a sheltered bus station behind the Motorway diner restaurant, while southbound buses stop at the Siesta Travel Break bus station, shared with other bus operators.

By carEdit

The Subic-Clark-Tarlac and Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union expressways (or SCTEX and TPLEX, respectively) serves the city through one exit found at both expressways' termini at barangay Balingcanaway. The northbound exit from SCTEX is undergoing reconstruction due to the ongoing Central Luzon Link Expressway interchange.

Get aroundEdit


  • Hacienda Luisita
  • Aquino Presidential Center and Library






There are a number of accommodations that can be found in Tarlac City. They are: La Maja Rica Hotel, Brgy. Ligtasan Microtel Inn, Brgy. San Miguel Hotel Sogo, Brgy. San Sebastian Asiaten Hotel, Brgy. San Sebastian


Go nextEdit

Routes through Angeles
BaguioUrdaneta  N     S  Angeles
Baguio  N   S  CapasAngeles/Manila
LingayenCamiling  N   S  END
END  W   E  La PazCabanatuan

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