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Best things to do in Cebu City

Memorial Site
“A place constructed in dedication for a loved one! Its building design is European inspired and you can have a great view of Cebu City from the top! If interested, I am able to arrange a tour to this place with my local contacts. ”
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Kirche
“This is one of the oldest Church in Philippines and the entire Cebu Province . Sto nino is very famous in the whole Philippines and worldwide of how they commemmorate the Sinulog Festival every third Saturday and Sunday of January. I think this is a must even if your non Catholic. The infrastructure many years ago are still intact .”
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Building
“Built in the 1850s, this former residence of Juan Gorordo offers guided tours, a cafe & a gift shop.”
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Museum
“A glimpse of the history of Cebu City. Also, the oldest street in the Philippines and a historic landmark in Parian are nearby.”
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Kirche
“Where you can witness the Sinulog Festival celebration held every 3rd Sunday of January every year”
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History Museum
“This excellent museum comprises several galleries in an sturdy old coral-stone building that was Cebu's provincial jail from 1870 to 2004. Rooms are dedicated to eras in Cebu's history. The American-era gallery contains an interesting collection of letters and memorabilia from Thomas Sharpe, one of 1065 teachers known as Thomasites who arrived in the early days of the American period to fulfil President McKinley's pledge to 'educate the Filipinos'.”
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Museum
“One of the oldest residential structure in the Philippines built around 17th Century. Turned into a museum.”
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Kunstgalerie
“Lush outdoor reserve featuring many species of butterflies, plus an indoor collection & art gallery.”
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Museum
“Housed in a bahay na bato built during the 1800s, the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral Museum houses a collection of religious relics like a tabernacle and altar panels made of wood encased in etched silver. The upper floor shows photographs that trace the growth of the Catholic faith on the island, memorabilia, as well as statues of saints from various parishes. Type: Tourist attraction Location: P. Burgos St, Cebu City, Cebu Directions: The Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral Museum is right across Plaza Hamabar, so just cross Mabini Street and you’re there. Budget: Entrance fee is P55 for adults, P25 for children, and P100 for foreign tourists”
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Library
“A public library, open 24 hours a day.. It was built 100 years ago (year 1919)”
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Kirche
“Cebu's holiest church houses a revered Flemish statuette of the Christ child (Santo Niño) that dates to Magellan's time. The church is no stranger to hardship: established in 1565 (the first church in the Philippines), three earlier structures were destroyed by fire, before the existing baroque structure was built in 1737. Its facade and belfry were badly damaged by the 2013 earthquake but have been restored.”
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Kunstgalerie
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