It’s easy to go around Legazpi City. There are road landmarks and malls that serve as drop-off and pick-up points. There are alternative routes, too, to skip the main roads which can have heavy traffic.
Let’s start with the battle pylon of Legazpi on the city rotonda. You can get to any point in Albay from there.
Jeepneys pass around that landmark, from Quezon Av., or the road between LCC Mall and 7-Eleven, to Graceland (a Bicol food chain), St. Raphael Church, Albay Doctors Hospital and all the way to Ayala Mall.
Quezon Avenue is the road between LCC Mall and 7-Eleven.
Embarcadero-bound jeepneys go straight ahead, past DBP Bank and National Food Authority and turn right for the Seawall Park road. Jeepneys with the following routes also take the same road: Camalig, Ligao, Guinobatan, Polangui, Rawis and Arimbay.
While jeepneys with these routes: terminal/Tahao Road/Gaisano/Pacific Mall, Daraga and Loop 1 and Loop 2, turn left across DBP Bank. It will stop at LCC Mall’s parking area to pick passengers.
FROM AYALA MALL TO TERMINAL
From Ayala Mall going terminal, look for L. Los Banos Ave. The mall’s south entrance/exit point is facing this road. Walk across and wait for terminal-bound jeepneys.
FROM AYALA MALL TO DARAGA
For Daraga-bound jeepneys, wait outside the mall’s main entry and exit point.
FROM AYALA MALL TO PACIFIC MALL ON FOOT
Pacific/Gaisano Mall is accessible via Ayala Mall. Walk past that main entrance and turn right, or this side of the mall, for Imperial St.
Walk past Hong and 101 shopping mall. Cross the road from that Jollibee icon.
Continue walking ahead until you reach Pacific Mall, where terminal and Daraga-bound jeepneys pass in front of the mall.
FROM PACIFIC MALL TO TERMINAL ON FOOT
Walk straight past the mall. Enter the Landco extension road from this corner to walk to the terminal.
Walk straight ahead until you see the board pointing to the terminal.Turn right and follow the covered walkway.
Continue to walk straight ahead. You’ll reach first the jeepney terminal for inter-city routes (e.g. Tabaco, Bacacay), then Save More (a convenience store), bus terminal and, lastly, the UV terminal.