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Cebu City Historical Street and Food Walking Tour: Heritage Monument, Minor Basilica of the Holy Child of Cebu & Magellan's Cross | Philippines

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Explore downtown Cebu, often referred to as the oldest and shortest national road in the Philippines, with a personal guide. Immerse yourself in the local culture and savor the most authentic Cebuano street food during your walk.

Delight in the company of a dedicated personal guide throughout your journey
Indulge in the most authentic Cebuano street food, savoring the flavors unique to the region
Witness the vibrant activity at the busiest produce market in the Philippines, where local farmers gather to showcase and sell their bountiful harvest

–– What You Can Expect –– 

Embark on the Historical Street and Food Tour in the City of Cebu, featuring notable stops like the Most Famous Monument and a 350-year-old Ancestral House with stunning Spanish-Chinese architecture. Guests can capture the historical ambiance and indulge in delicious Cebuano street food along the way. The tour also includes visits to a 400-year-old Cathedral, a modern Spanish-designed building, and Cebu City's most famous church, renowned for its Brown Child Jesus statue and historical significance as the site where Spanish explorers planted a Christian cross during the first circumnavigation of the world.

Explore further at the vibrant Farmers Market of Cebu City, where local street food, including seafood and typical Filipino fare, takes center stage. From bold flavors to unique combinations, Filipino street food delights, such as balut (boiled fertilized duck egg), offer a taste of culinary richness. Join us on this immersive tour to witness Filipino everyday life and savor the diverse flavors of the City of Cebu.

–– Important Information ––

Meeting Time: 4:00 pm
Meeting Point: Ayala Terraces - Entrance next to Coffee Bean Ayala Terraces (8W94+H97, Biliran Rd, Cebu City, 6000 Cebu, Philippines)

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Tour Itinerary

16:00 Meet at Ayala Terraces
Cebu Heritage Monument: The Heritage of Cebu Monument is a representation and illustration of sculptures depicting significant and symbolic events in the history of Cebu back from the time of Rajah Humabon to the recent beatification of the Cebuano martyr, Pedro Calungsod.
Cebu Heritage Monument: The Heritage of Cebu Monument is a representation and illustration of sculptures depicting significant and symbolic events in the history of Cebu back from the time of Rajah Humabon to the recent beatification of the Cebuano martyr, Pedro Calungsod.
Yap Sandiego Ancestral House: The atmospheric Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House is among the country's oldest residential homes, built around 1680 from wood and coral stone, its design combining Spanish and Chinese architectural influences.
Yap Sandiego Ancestral House: The atmospheric Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House is among the country's oldest residential homes, built around 1680 from wood and coral stone, its design combining Spanish and Chinese architectural influences.
Basilica Minore del Sto. Nino de Cebu: It is the oldest Roman Catholic church in the country
Basilica Minore del Sto. Nino de Cebu: It is the oldest Roman Catholic church in the country
Carbon Market - The name of the Carbon Market came from the word carbón, Spanish for coal, since the area was said to be close to a coal depot used for the trains of the old Cebu Railway that ran in Cebu from the 19th century up until World War II. It is right by the coast and close to the port of Cebu, which going back to the precolonial era, already had a reputation as a “major regional trading center" in the region now known as the Visayas.
Carbon Market - The name of the Carbon Market came from the word carbón, Spanish for coal, since the area was said to be close to a coal depot used for the trains of the old Cebu Railway that ran in Cebu from the 19th century up until World War II. It is right by the coast and close to the port of Cebu, which going back to the precolonial era, already had a reputation as a “major regional trading center" in the region now known as the Visayas.
Magellan's Cross: Magellan's Cross Pavilion is a stone kiosk in Cebu City, Philippines. The structure is situated on Plaza Sugbo beside the Basilica del Santo Niño
Magellan's Cross: Magellan's Cross Pavilion is a stone kiosk in Cebu City, Philippines. The structure is situated on Plaza Sugbo beside the Basilica del Santo Niño
Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral: The cathedral dates back to the 16th century, when it was a barn covered in coconut palms. Throughout the years, the building was updated, renovated, and damaged by both natural disasters and bombing during WWII. Today, after extensive renovation, the cathedral is a typical example of Spanish colonial architecture.
Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral: The cathedral dates back to the 16th century, when it was a barn covered in coconut palms. Throughout the years, the building was updated, renovated, and damaged by both natural disasters and bombing during WWII. Today, after extensive renovation, the cathedral is a typical example of Spanish colonial architecture.
Explore the Farmers Market of Cebu City and sample some of the local street food, including seafood and typical Filipino fare.
Explore the Farmers Market of Cebu City and sample some of the local street food, including seafood and typical Filipino fare.
After tour, return to the meeting point.

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