Collage of Heritage Sites in Cebu

Cebu Heritage Sites | What Made Cebu Into What It Is Today

Your trip wouldn’t be complete without visiting these Cebu heritage sites. Cebuanos are very proud of their heritage. From their food, their music, their attitude, their religion, and overall culture, Cebu heritage remains strong and proud. And all this could be traced to the city’s history. To this day, locals and foreigners alike flock to Cebu City’s historical sites to

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Mactan Shrine, where the Battle of Mactan took place

Relive the Battle of Mactan at the LapuLapu Monument

The Lapu-Lapu monument is the main attraction in the Mactan Shrine. Ferdinand Magellan’s voyage to Cebu led him to introduce Christianity to the Filipinos. Though his expedition was a success, he met his demise upon arriving at a nearby island on April 27, 1521. With improvised weapons, local chieftain Lapu-Lapu and his men defeated the invaders in what is now

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the Marcelo B. Fernan Bridge in Lapu-lapu City

Marcelo B. Fernan Bridge: More Than Just An Island Connector

The Marcelo B. Fernan Bridge connects Mandaue City and Lapu Lapu City to make it easier for people to travel up north. Few places in Cebu compete with the activity that goes on atop the Marcelo B. Fernan Bridge. Many cars, bikes and motorcycles fill the lanes to rush to their desired destinations. Since 1999, this marvel of engineering and

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Colon Street and Carbon Market are important landmarks in Cebu City

Cebu City Landmarks | The Classic Colon and Carbon Market

In Downtown Cebu, Colon Street and the Carbon Market are very notable landmarks. Cities are like people. They have their own brand of personalities. And for each city, there are probably one or two spots that encapsulate what it is about. For Cebu City, the two areas that best represent it would have to be Colon Street and Carbon Market.

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