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What to do in Cebu
At the heart of the Philippines is the Queen City of the South – Cebu. Being the country’s second biggest city, Cebu has a lot to offer you. From iconic landmarks, excellent dive spots, pristine beaches, delicious food, and exciting nightlife, Cebu has something for everyone.
Relive Cebu’s history by visiting the city’s icons. There’s the Basilica of Santo Nino and Magellan’s Cross. Travel back in time by walking through Colon Street and Fort San Pedro.
Give your trip the cultural edge with a visit to Cebu’s museums like Casa Gordo Museum, Cebu Provincial Museum, and Jose R. Gullas Halad Museum. Feel like you’ve travelled to a foreign land when you stop by Cebu’s Taoist Temple.
Get a break from the manmade wonders and go biking in Mount Busay. Travel to Bantayan Island for the white sands of Sugar Beach. Dive into fun at the diving spots of Nalusuan Island. Swim with the gentle butanding whale sharks in Oslob. Then get a relaxing water massage in Tumalog Falls.
Enjoy Cebu’s tastiest treats like lechon from Zubuchon and CnT Lechon. Don’t forget the popular Casa Verde too. Cebu is also the nightlife capital of the Philippines and you can get a taste of it from the bars and clubs in Mango Square.
Of course, if you’re travelling to Cebu, you should be a part of the world famous Sinulog Festival. Every third Sunday of January, Cebu comes alive with the most exciting and colorful street parties to honor the Child Jesus. Sinulog is something you should definitely experience in the Philippines.
End your trip on a high note and head to the Marcelo Fernan Bridge or Second Mactan Bridge for fantastic views of Cebu’s skyline.
Have the time of your life in Cebu and get more travel ideas from this list of 50 must try things in Cebu.
When to visit Cebu
The best time to visit Cebu is during March to June when you can enjoy the best weather to explore the city and its beaches. January is also the best time to visit Cebu for cooler temperatures and of course for the Sinulog Festival.
Filipinos don’t need a passport or visa to travel around the Philippines, so you can fly to Cebu any time you want. Just bring a valid national photo ID card for important transactions in your trip, like your driver’s license.
Travelling to and around Cebu
After flying to Mactan-Cebu International Airport, you can reach the city by taxi or jeepney. Start wandering Cebu by jeepney, bus, taxi, and tricycle.
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