Ultimate Guide to Legazpi Village
The relaxed neighborhood that resides in the leisurely setting of Legazpi Village is a quintessential community where time appears to slow down despite the fast-paced comings and goings of Makati Central Business District. The village’s easygoing vibe attracts a lot of young professionals, businessmen, foodies, and expats who seek solace in the urban community.
With its diversity of dining options and boutique stores, and proximity to everyday amenities such as public parks and shopping malls, Legazpi Village has earned its reputation as the most-coveted workplace and residence in the metro.
The walkable, tree-lined streets of Legazpi Village lead to, one way or another, Washington SyCip Park and Legazpi Active Park where families with kids, joggers, and dog walkers come together for some fresh breeze and scenery.
Washington SyCip Park
Legazpi Active Park
Close to these parks is the venue for the famed Legazpi Sunday Market, a weekly flea market where plenty of local produce, gourmet food, street eats, and artisan items can be found. It is currently held at the parking lot between Corinthian Plaza and Washington Sycip Park.
Legazpi Sunday Market
Another famous feature landmark of Legaspi Village is the 1.1-km Dela Rosa Walkway that extends from Greenbelt to Ayala North Exchange and Makati Medical Center. It not only is a convenient all-weather footpath from one end of Legaspi Village to the other but also serves as a public art exhibition with wall murals and photo exhibits.
Dela Rosa Walkway
Major establishments and landmarks
- Dela Rosa Walkway is open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day. The Enterprise Center, Eton Tower Makati, and Ayala North Exchange can be accessed directly from the elevated walkway. There are also restaurants along and below the walkway.
- Washington SyCip Park and Legazpi Active Park are open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day.
- Many establishments are closed on Sundays and holidays, so be sure to check their schedule before you head out.
- On-street parking is charged from 7 am to 5 pm on weekdays, except holidays. It costs P40 for the first 2 hours and P50 for the third hour (parking is limited to 3 hours).
- There are also parking lots:
Dela Rosa Car Park 1 and 2
Php 50 for the first 2 hours
Php 20 per succeeding hour
6 a.m. to 10 p.m., Mon. to Fri.; 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat.; closed on Sundays and holidays
Php 45 for the first 2 hours
Php 20 per succeeding hour
6 a.m. to 10 p.m., Mon. to Fri.; 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sat.; closed on Sundays and holidays
Php 40 for the first 2 hours
Php 15 per succeeding hour
6 a.m. to 10 p.m., Mon. to Fri.
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