A good place to start a Cebu City tour is Casa Gorordo, a historical home in downtown Cebu City.
Fort San Pedro is one of the oldest spanish Fort in the Philippines. Work was started on May 8, 1565 with Legaspi himself breaking the ground. (Entrance fee is P 30)
Magellan’s Cross – The Spaniards performed a ceremony of baptismal rites for over 800 natives, it was in in the same ceremony that the Spaniards then planted a wooden cross and conducted the first Christian mass in the Philippines and later on they called it the Magellan’s cross. (No entrance fee)
Basilica del Santo Nino is the home of our beloved Santo Nino de Cebu, an effigy of the child Jesus presented to the wife of Rajah Humabon during Magellan’s expedition. (No Entrance fee in the Basilica but in the Museum the entrance is P 90)
Casa Gorordo Museum – the house was built in 1850, four generations of the Gorordo family have lived in this house including Bishop Juan Gorordo, the first Filipino Bishop. (Entrance fee is P 70 for foreign tourists and P 40 for locals)
Taoist Temple was built in 1972 and funded by Cebu’s substantial Chinese community. The temple is the center of worship for Taoism. The Taoist Temple is open to worshippers and non-worshippers alike. A ritual among devotees is where one prays to the gods to grant one’s wish. The ritual includes washing of hands, going inside the chapel barefoot and dropping two blocks of wood. If the blocks of wood are both face up then one could make a wish. If not, then it is not yet the time for one’s wish to be granted and one has to come to the temple some other time. (No entrance fee)
Mactan Shrine – Where the Battle of Lapu-Lapu and Magellan took place.
Guitar Factory – It is where our famous guitars are made.
And Passing through the oldest street “COLON” then Fuente Osmena, Capitol Building.
At lunch time, you can choose the Malls or in SUTUKIL in Mactan.
OPTIONAL BUT MUST TRY – SKY EXPERIENCE ADVENTURE