Fort San Pedro or Fuerza de San Pedro situated inside the Plaza Independencia, in Cebu City. It is a military defence structure in Cebu, built by the Spanish under the command of Miguel López de Legazpi, first governor of the Captaincy General of the Philippines.
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In a fast-paced metropolis where everyone's in a mad rush, people in general don't really care much about the past. With our technology evolving at a fairly rapid pace, we tend to focus on what's new and trending. Every day, we browse our social media channels, hoping to find the latest trends and juiciest news on our favorite celebrities or smartphone brands. And, while there's nothing wrong with keeping up with latest crazes, it's still essential for us, to look back at the yesteryears, and admire the contributions of our forefathers. As they say, "the past is the key to our present and futu ...
It?s not new to everyone that the island of Cebu is home to world-class travel destinations loved by many travellers. But its capital city also holds a rich history that isnt often highlighted as must-see spots. Although we have already featured these Cebu City historical sites, we want to bundle them in one article for your convenience!
Cebu is one of the most developed provinces of the Philippines and one of the countrys top tourist destinations. Over the years Ive traveled back and forth here for various work trips, media tours and solo backpacking trips. While I was familiar with the main tourist spots within Cebu City, it wasnt until I had to complete tasks while exploring the island on my own on a motorbike as a finalist for Wranglers #TrueWanderer campaign in 2016 that I really fell in love with the place.
Its time to explore the Queen City of the South, Cebu! Whether you prefer to do it DIY or go with an arranged tour, Cebu City will really impress you. Planning to go to Cebu too? Lets start, get a piece of paper to draft your own travel itinerary!
4D3N Cebu Trip
- Taoist Temple
- Temple of Leah
- Sto. Nino Church
- Magellan's Cross
- Fort San Pedro
- Sirao Flower Farm
- La Vie Parisienne
- Oslob Whaleshark Encounter
- Sumilon Island / Sandbar
- Aguinid Falls
- Island hopping, Pescador Island, Tutrles Watching, Sardines Run (Moalboal)
- Canyoneering / Kawasan Falls