Explore the thriving city of Cebu and parts of Mactan island
Pay a visit to Basilica Minore del Sto. Nino, one of the oldest churches in the country
Stop at the former military defense structure of Cebu, Fort San Pedro
Begin your day at the Magellan's Cross, a well-known icon of the city. From there, you will proceed to the Basilica Minore del Sto. Nino, where you will be seeing the home of the image of Jesus as a child, Magellan´s baptismal gift to Queen Juana, and the first Christian Filipina. Next, you will head to Fort San Pedro, a coral stone fortress originating from the original wooden structure built on the site in 1565. As you drive to Plaza Parian via the country´s oldest street, locally known as Colon Street, you will make a short stop at Casa Gorordo Museum, a museum that showcases the elegant lifestyle of the Spanish-Filipino elite of the 18th century.
Continue your tour to Mactan Island and stop at the Church of Our Lady of the Rule, a national shrine visited by many who attribute Mactan´s economic success to her devotion. Next, you will visit a guitar factory, known as the Alegre Guitars to see how renowned Philippine guitars are being made. Your final stop is at the Lapu-Lapu Shrine, which is located inside the Magellan Shrine park.Read More