Aside from the Spanish heritage houses lining this northern town’s streets, Vigan is also known for its longganisa.
These plump, brown links of spicy meat, distinctly flavored with garlic and Ilocano sugar cane vinegar, are a staple item for breakfast. The Vigan longganisa is so famed that the Ilocanos begin their year by celebrating its existence.
Highlight of the festival is the street dancing competition sporting the delicacy. Think about sausage costumes and props!