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Why people love Cebu

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Anjo World and Snow World Ticket in Cebu
I took my children to Cebu to learn English during the summer vacation. I wanted to relax and take a break during the holiday. I saw a newly opened amusement park on Shangke Road. I decided to go there and have a look. I went to the scene and bought tickets directly with the APP. It was fast and convenient!

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Hilutungan, Nalusuan and Pandanon Island Hopping Tour from Cebu or Mandaue
-Boat was big and spacious, seems well maintained too. -Professional, kind, generous and friendly staff -Lunch was amazing, seriously!!! -We visited beautiful 🏝 - My friend said snorkeling was great (sadly I forgot to bring my special goggles so I didn't get to snorkel) I would love to do it over again!

Top sights in Cebu

Cebu is one of the Philippines’ most popular cities, located in the Visayas region. Both modern and traditional, Cebu is a blend of urban developments and colonial Spanish history. Its most popular activities include tours of famous Spanish structures, like Basilica Minore del Santo Niño church and Fort San Pedro. Those who love beaches can also head to the surrounding islets around the city, where travelers can go diving or swimming in clear waters. Wondering what to do in Cebu? Check this list out.

Krus ni Magellan

Among the most popular Cebu tourist attractions is Krus ni Magellan (which translates to Magellan’s Cross), the cross planted by Spanish and Portuguese explorers after they reached the island of Cebu. Located right beside the Basilica del Santo Niño, the cross is one of the most iconic religious attractions in Cebu as it carries history of how the Philippines became a predominantly Catholic country.
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Basilica Minore del Santo Niño de Cebu

This basilica is the oldest church in the Philippines. Found right beside the site of Krus ni Magellan, the basilica was built on the site where Santo Niño de Cebú’s image was found. The holy place is a staple of Cebu as well as Catholicism in the country. Many locals and travelers head here during the Sinulog festival to celebrate mass. Apart from this, tourists can also admire its glorious church design.
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Fort San Pedro

Located in Plaza Indepedencia by the pier, Fort San Pedro is a historical site built under the command of Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, during the Spanish colonial era. For a fee, you can buy a ticket and hire a tour guide to learn about its rich history and how it was used as a fortress during the battles and wars of the past. There are artifacts in the area to study as well. Travelers ought to visit in the morning to avoid crowds.
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Casa Gorordo Museum

The Casa Gorordo Museum, found in downtown Cebu, is one of the preserved old Spanish-style houses in the city. It is now a museum housing various items and furniture. If you get to explore the place with a tour guide, you can learn about its history darting back to the Spanish and Japanese eras. This heritage house also has a cafe and souvenir shop for travelers to check out.
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