There are 4 ways to get from Manila to Three Crosses of Paete by bus, taxi or car
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Bus via Cubao LRT • 3h 22m
₱515 - ₱600
3 alternative options
Bus • 3h 32m
₱520 - ₱598
Taxi • 1h 25m
₱1,400 - ₱1,700
Drive • 1h 25m
₱370 - ₱550
Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Manila to Three Crosses of Paete is to drive which costs ₱370 - ₱550 and takes 1h 25m.
The quickest way to get from Manila to Three Crosses of Paete is to taxi which costs ₱1,400 - ₱1,700 and takes 1h 25m.
The distance between Manila and Three Crosses of Paete is 61 km. The road distance is 91.1 km.
The best way to get from Manila to Three Crosses of Paete without a car is to bus via Cubao LRT which takes 3h 22m and costs ₱500 - ₱600.
It takes approximately 3h 22m to get from Manila to Three Crosses of Paete, including transfers.
Yes, the driving distance between Manila to Three Crosses of Paete is 91 km. It takes approximately 1h 25m to drive from Manila to Three Crosses of Paete.
There are 15+ hotels available in Three Crosses of Paete. Prices start at ₱5,000 per night.
What companies run services between Manila, Philippines and Three Crosses of Paete, Philippines?
HM Transport Inc operates a bus from HM Transport Cubao to Santa Cruz, Laguna hourly. Tickets cost ₱150 and the journey takes 2h.
Bus from HM Transport Cubao to Santa Cruz, Laguna
Bus from LRT Doroteo Jose-Recto Station Walkway / Rizal Avenue Intersection, Manila to Aurora Blvd / Epifanio de los Santos Avenue Intersection, Quezon City, Manila
- Ave. Duration
- 39 min
- Every 5 minutes
- Estimated price
- ₱20 - ₱28
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