Apart from tourist spots, the Baguio Cathedral has also been a popular destination for visitors of Baguio City during the Holy Week. 

Devotees visit the church to attend Mass and participate in religious activities.

The Gabo family went directly to the cathedral to attend Mass on Holy Tuesday upon arriving in Baguio City from Palawan. 

"Unang puntahan namin ang simbahan para magsaludo sa mahal na panginoon," Vic Gabo said.

Another visitor, Lovely Maquimot, said they have always wanted to visit the church. 

"Matagal na namin gusto magpunta rito, ngayon lang kami nagkaroon ng chance," she said.

Beyond the Holy Week, Baguio City remains a top destination in the Philippines during the dry season because of its cold weather. 

Some visitors also took the opportunity to ride boats at Burnham Park, taking advantage of the water level that the park management said is still “manageable.” 

“Pwede pa naman, hindi naman ‘yung talagang mababang-mababa na kapag sumagwan ay abot sa floor level [yung sagwan] — pwede pa naman,” Joseph Hermogeno, head of Burnham Park CEPMO, said.

Meanwhile, hotels in the city are fully booked, but there are still available transient houses.

The Baguio City Police and volunteer groups have deployed around 1,100 personnel to manage the increasing traffic flow.

"May deployment plan upang lagyan ng tao itong, for monitoring purposes, itong ating churches, mga tourist spots, busy streets, at ang mga places of convergence, para may enough na police visibility," Aileen Refuerzo, information officer of Baguio City LGU, said.

The traffic coding scheme will be in place until Good Friday.

With the pleasant weather in the City of Pines, tourists are encouraged to enjoy walking to nearby destinations and avoid bringing vehicles due to traffic and parking issues.