- Mobile Voucher Accepted
- Hotel pickup Available
- Free Cancellation
- Duration: 4 Hrs
Departure Time :
1:00 PM Times are subject to change due to local traffic conditions.
Departure Details :
Cebu City, Cebu City, Cebu Island, Visayas
Cancellation Policy : For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.
Pickup from a centrally located meeting point
Comprehensive tour by bus/coach
Comprehensive tour of the city
Informative, friendly and professional guide
All taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees included
Know More about this tour
This temple preserves the teachings of Lao-Tse, the 600 B.C. Chinese philosopher. Everyday people climb its 99 steps to light joss sticks and have their fortune read. A towering, multi-tiered, multi-hued attraction accessible by three separate winding routes.Attractions here consist of huge, colorful dragon, a replica of the Great Wall of China, spacious balconies offering scenic views, souvenir shops, mini library with instructional materials, and dozens of escalating steps.
Colon Street is a crowded street in downtown Cebu city that is often called the oldest and the shortest national road in the Philippines. It is named after Christopher Columbus. It traces its origins to the town plan by Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, the Spanish conquistador who arrived in the Philippines to establish a colony in 1565.
Heritage of Cebu Monument
A tableau of sculptures made of concrete, bronze, brass and steel showing scenes about events and structures related to the history of Cebu. Local artist Eduardo Castillo built the sculptures of the Cebu heritage monument.
Yap - San Diego Ancestral House
The Yap-Sandiego Ancestral Home holds the distinction of being one of the oldest houses in the Philippines and possibly the oldest Chinese home outside of China. Built sometime between 1675 and 1700.
The most important and most famous historical landmarks in Cebu city. Planted in April 14, 1521 by Ferdinand Magellan. Encased in hollow tindalo wood, is housed in a centuries-old kiosk of wood adobe and red-brick tiles. Devout Cebuanos never fail to pause and pray.This marks the spot where the first Christian Filipinas, RajahHumabon and Queen Juana and about 400 followers were baptized by Fr. Pedro Valderama.
Basilica Minore del Sto. Nino
The miraculous Santo Nino image is enshrined. The Santo Nino de Cebu is the oldest religious relic in the Philippines. Given By Magellan to Queen Juana in 1521, the statue survived fires set by the Spaniards themselves in 1565. Since then Cebuanos have venerated the image.The Basilica Minore Del Santo Nino is the countrys oldest church, built in 1565 by Miguel Lopez de Legazpi and Fray de Urdaneta.
Cebu Provincial Capitol Hall (Running Tour)
The provincial government of then Governor Sotero B. Cabahug in 1937 started the construction of the Capitol during that year and then inaugurated in 1938.
Fuente Osmena Circle (Running Tour)
Fuente Osmea, or literally Osmea Fountain, was named after Pres. Sergio Osmea. This is the famous Fuente Osmea Circle, which is a focal landmark for the Queen City of the South.
Local English-speaking driver coordinator
Pick up and Drop off to Ayala Tourista Desk.
Transport by private air-conditioned vehicle
Entry/Admission - Magellan's Cross
Entry/Admission - Basilica del Santo Nino
Entry/Admission - Taoist Temple
Entry/Admission - Yap Sandiego Ancestral House
Entry/Admission - Colon Street
Entry/Admission - Cebu Heritage Monument
Entry/Admission - Fuente Osmena
Food and drinks, unless specified
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Child rate applies only when sharing with 2 paying adults
Not wheelchair accessible
Near public transportation
Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
The tour wasn't what I expected. Basically, what we got was a driver that drove as around and drop us off at the various sites. There was no informative guide provided as mentioned on the tour overview. It was supposed to be inclusive with Tour Guide and All Entrance Fees, we had to pay our own entrance fees at the Fort of San Pedro and Yap San Diego house. I think we missed 3 of the sites, I had to ask the driver to go to Colon Street because he was going to skip that due to time and traffic. The driver was nice and well mannered but I basically started asking questions to get information about the sites which he had some knowledge of as a local. Other than that it was basically a self-guided tour with a private driver.
Its ok I could only suggest that the tour company should use a transportation that has good air conditioning. It was really a hot day when we took this day tour