What to See in Cebu?

When you visit Bohol province and have extra day or two, spend it exploring the neighboring city, Cebu.

These are the places we've visited for just a day. We started at 8:00am and finished at 4:00pm. If your flight is not until late evening, you still have enough time to explore the resorts at Mactan Island.

Mactan Shrine
Also called Liberty Shrine or Lapu-Lapu Shrine is built in honor of  Datu Lapu-Lapu, Ferdinand Magellan and the Battle of Mactan. In the site the first thing you'll see when you enter is the Magellan Shrine. Read more>>

Alegre Guitars
Aside from Lechon, Cebu is also a home to the best guitar craftsmen in the Philippines. Not only it's durable, but also with great quality and very affordable. There are a lot of guitar makers in Cebu, but Alegre Guitars is the most popular one. Read more>>

Cebu Taoist Temple
Is a temple located in Beverly Hills Subdivision built by a Chinese Community in Cebu. Unlike other Temple, this one is also open for non-worshipers, making it one of the tourist destinations in Cebu. Read more>>

Doce Pares Mountain Training Park
Opened in October 2009, Doce Pares has become one of the tourist attractions in Cebu. Originally created as a training site for combat by Doce Pares, but it's now opened for visitors. Read more>>

Cebu Heritage Monument
This monument depicts the important moments in history of Cebu. It's also called Parian Monument and depicts the important moments in history of Cebu. It's a big artwork with everything in it.  Read more>> 

Magellan's Cross

Is a Christian cross planted as ordered by the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan when he first set foot in Cebu, Philippines. It's now housed in a chapel beside the Basilica Menor del Santo Nino church. Read more>>

Basílica Menor del Santo Niño
Is the oldest Roman Catholic Church in the Philippines and serves as the Mother and Head of all churches in the country. It houses the oldest image of the Sto. Niño de Cebu, the same image given by Ferdinand Magellan to the wife of the rajah of Cebu. Readmore>>

Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral
Also knows as The Metropolitan Cathedral of the Most Holy Name of Jesus and St. Vitales and The Metropolitan Cathedral of St. Vitales is the first church in the Philippines that is dedicated to St. Vitales.  Read more>>

I wanted to visit Fort San Pedro and Sugbo Museum but my friends were already tired. The disadvantage of travelling in a group. It's always the majority who wins. At least I have other reasons to get back to Cebu, aside from attending a mass at the Basilica.


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