The Ultimate Cebu City Tour Itinerary of 2019 – (Best Guide) for Travelers

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Looking for the best Cebu City tour itinerary that can give you the most genuine feel of everything the city has to offer? Check this ultimate Cebu attractions guide to experience one of the best cities in the Philippines.

It is no secret that Cebu is one of the tourist magnets in the Philippines. It’s among the sought after cities and part of the radar for both locals and foreigners to visit and experience in the country. It has everything to offer to make sure you get the best experience all year round.

Cebu City has one of the best tourist attractions, from highland hideaways to the modern skyline. More than that, the city will not only feed your eyes with its beautiful and awe-inspiring views but will also satisfy your cravings for great food and delicacies. The food scene in Cebu city is as buzzing as its tourist spots.

Don’t go home without experiencing the best the Cebu City has to offer, both in landmarks and their famous local dishes. To make sure that you get to have the most fulfilling visit of the city, here’s a complete guide on what to see, what to do, and what to eat in Cebu City.

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How to Get to Cebu City?

Going to Cebu from different cities in the country is very easy. You will have a lot of choices, depending on where you are from.

By Air

Cebu Pacific airplaneThe easiest way for you to go to Cebu City is by air. There are different airlines that fly to and from Cebu City such as Philippines Airlines, Cebu Pacific, and Air Asia. There are local flights to Cebu from Manila, Kalibo, Tacloban, Davao, Siargao, Camiguin, Cagayan de Oro, Legazpi, and Iloilo.

There are also direct international flights to Cebu from Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and China.

By Ferry

Ferry Speeding Past Bohol Island, PhilippinesIf you would rather go to Cebu City by ferry, you can choose to do so. There are ferries that go to Cebu City from Manila, Maasin, and Ormoc in Leyte, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Ozamiz, and Tagbilaran and Tubigon in Bohol.

Take note to check the ferry schedules from different ferries and fast crafts if you want to travel this way to Cebu city.

Our Other recommended Topic – Where To Stay In Cebu


Top Attractions Around Cebu

Cebu has a lot to offer for all kinds of traveler. Whether you are backpacking by yourself or traveling to experience what’s great in the city with your family or friends or having a romantic getaway with a partner, there are different sites that can cater to you.

Must See Structures and Sights

The historicity of Cebu is undeniable, and most of the popular tourist sites of the country involve structures that can be dated back to hundreds of years, depicting the rich history and culture of Cebu as well as the country.

Magellan’s Cross

City of Cebu. Magellan's CrossIn 1521, it was said that Ferdinand Magellan, one of the famous people in the country’s history, landed in the Philippines after crossing the globe looking for the “Spice Islands.” Specifically, the famed navigator landed in Cebu. He was the person who first presented Christianity to the people in Cebu and up to this day, a lot of the locals have embraced the religion.

This famous tourist spot, one in which Cebu is very known for, houses the original cross that Magellan planted in the city as a symbol of Christianity. It is one of the most visited spots in Cebu.

Cebu Taoist Temple

Pagoda and dragon sculpture of the Taoist Temple in CebuThere are various sights you can visit in downtown Cebu such as the famous Cebu Taoist temple you can find in Beverly Hills Subdivision, Cebu City. You don’t have to get too far to experience and see for yourself this ancient structure of the Taoism community that was built in 1972.

It features a Chinese style of architecture, and its overall artistic structure is what made it quite popular to tourists and locals alike. Whether you are a believer of the Taoism religion or someone who simply appreciates great architecture, this site is a must visit.

Aside from the Taoist temple itself, you can also get a striking view of the city as well as the Mactan Island from there. When you visit the temple, however, it is important to conduct yourself properly as while it is quite familiar with tourists, this place is still dedicated for praying and meditating.

Temple of Leah

Temple of LeahTemple of Leah in Cebu Transcentral highway is another must-see attraction you should visit when in Cebu City if you love architecture or simply a good old love story. The structure takes inspiration from the Greek and Roman architecture, and it shows from its grand staircase to its various decors like the brass angels and statues of huge lions.

The story behind the Temple of Leah is also quite fascinating as its facade. Name as the Taj Mahal of Cebu; the temple is built by Teodorico Soriano Adarna, one of the old money families in the city, in 2012 as a symbol of his undying love for his wife.

Inside the temple, there are a total of 24 chambers including an art gallery, a library, and an impressive museum. It also houses the personal belongings and favorite things of Leah, the wife.

Basilica Del Sto. Niño

Basilica Del Sto. NiñoBeside the famous Magellan’s Cross of Cebu, you can also visit the Basilica del Sto. Niño. Is not your typical church as the structure has been founded and build way back in 1565. It is the oldest Christian church you can find in the Philippines. The Basilica is even considered as the mother and head of all churches in the country.

The long history of the church is not the only good reason to visit the Basilica. It also houses the “Sto. Niño” of Ferdinand Magellan. It was said that he used the Sto. Niño to convert the chieftain of Cebu, Rajah Humabon, and his wife to Christianity.

Fort San Pedro

City of Cebu. Fort San PedroCebu has a lot of history with structures that date back hundreds of years, including the Fort San Pedro, which is another popular tourist spot in the city. It is the oldest fort you can find in the Philippines.

The Fort San Pedro was built by General Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, a Spanish leader, to use as a protection against the Muslim warriors. It was also used by other colonizers but for a somewhat different reason. During the American colonial period, the Fort San Pedro became their residence as well as a place where they educated the Cebuanos.

During the Japanese era, the fort was used as a barrack, a hospital, and prison.

Yap Sandiego Ancestral House

Yap Sandiego Ancestral HouseFascinated with the Philippine culture? Then, the Yap Sandiego Ancestral House should be part of the itinerary for your Cebu trip. Built during the times of the Spanish in the country around 1675 to 1700, it is one of the oldest houses you can find in the Philippines.

Aside from its history, the structure is also quite fascinating if you learn more about it. The walls of the house are made of egg whites and coral stones. The roof is made of balayong, molave, and terracotta that have been glued together. The materials used for the furniture of the house are all native of Cebu, and you can also find various religious images inside, which reflects the resident’s religiosity.

While this ancestral house is built during the Spanish era, Don Juan Yap, the owner, is a Chinese trader, so the structure is built with inspirations from Spanish, Chinese, and even Filipino architecture.

Museo Sugbo

Museo SugboA few minutes’ walk from Fort San Pedro will bring you to another popular landmark of the city, the Museo Sugbo. The building used to be the provincial jail in Cebu, but it was redesigned by Domingo de Escondrillas, the one and only architect in the city during that time, in 1869.

The building was used as a prison house during the Spanish era, housing their Filipino captives. During the American colonial period, it was used as the stables for the horses they used in racing. In the Japanese time, it became a prison place again.

But in 2008, with the rich Cebuano history of the place, it was turned into a huge museum.

Casa Gorordo Museum

Casa Gorordo MuseumA walking distance from the Yap Sandiego Ancestral House is the Casa Gorordo Museum. This was once a house where Juan Gorordo, the first ever bishop from Cebu, lived. The structure was originally constructed in the 1800s.

Due to the Cultural Heritage Program, this house was turned into a museum in 1980, depicting the rich culture of the Philippines from the 1800s to 1900s.

Excellent Outdoor and Highland Experience

While Cebu has a lot of tourist spots to offer when it comes to great architecture and impressive structures, the city is also abundant in terms of natural spots. From beaches to falls, and sprawling fields, Cebu has a lot to offer to every type of tourists.

Oslob Whale Sharks

Oslob Whale SharksAmong the famous attraction in Cebu City is sightseeing and swimming with whale sharks in Oslob or what locals call as the “Tuki.”

Oslob is a popular municipality in Cebu that has attracted quite a massive tourist influx over the years. It is best known for its old churches as well as scenic and relaxing beaches. But, Oslob also became viral because of the gentle giants in its waters, the whale sharks.

Whale shark watching in Oslob has become part of the bucket lists of tourist when they visit Cebu, and that should be a part of yours too. Watching the whale sharks as the local fishermen feed them is quite a fascinating and a rare experience.

But if you want a greater adventure like other tourists, you can snorkel, dive, and swim with the whale sharks during their feeding time. Now, that would even be more of an adventure.

10,000 Roses of Cebu

10,000 Roses of CebuIn the Island of Mactan lies one of the famous tourist spots in the city, the 10,000 Roses of Cebu. This place has become viral in social media, gaining a lot of interests from both locals and tourists alike and to this day, it has become one of the must-see places in the city especially at night.

The 10,000 Roses of Cebu can be better experienced at night as these 10,000 roses are not your typical roses. They are 10,000 LED-powered roses that surround a cafe. It’s a great place to go to watch the sunset and the roses start to light up by then, which is quite a sight to behold.

You won’t get hungry if you visit this place too as there is a cafe offering sumptuous food to match the lovely and sweet view during the dusk.


Sirao Flower Garden

Sirao Flower GardenIn a more elevated spot in Cebu, particularly in the Busan area, you can get a quite similar feel when traveling in the highlands and fields in the Netherlands. The Sirao Flower Garden is one of Cebu’s best outdoor spot and tourist attraction. This place is named and quite popularly called as “The Little Amsterdam.” It features a wide field of “Burlas” as called by the locals or more commonly known as celosia.

The flowers in the garden are of different colors of red, yellow, purple, and orange, which all in all, are very fascinating to look at.

Making it more scenic, the Siarao Flower Garden put up a windmill, and with the combination of cool wind, this place offers a unique touristy feel for everyone.

Osmeña Peak

Osmeña PeakIn South Cebu, if you are more of the outdoorsy type and looking for an adventure, you will surely get a thrill climbing the Osmeña Peak.

This place is the highest point in the whole island, standing at about 1,013 meters above sea level, and should be part of your Cebu City tour itinerary. This site is for the adventurer part in you with the sharp protruding peaks of limestone, providing a scenic view up the hill.

This peak is part of the city’s Mantalongon range, which is deemed as the twin to the equally famous Chocolate Hills of Bohol.

Main activities in this spot include camping and hiking. There are two hiking trails you can choose from, and one passes by another famous tourist spot in the city, the Kawasan Falls.

Sumilon Island Sandbar

Sumilon Island

Another spot to visit if you are in or near in Oslob, Cebu is the picturesque Sumilon Island Sandbar. While this spot is a little small than other islands that you can visit in Cebu, it can give you a unique experience and is perfect for picture taking too.

The Sumilon Island Sandbar features pristine white sands surrounded by clear azure waters. This place is very popular for tourists especially with the mesmerizing and photogenic tropical paradise you can experience in the place.

The Sumilon Island Sandbar is privately owned by a resort, and while you can visit the sandbar during the day, you won’t be able to spend the night there unless you are checked in at the resort.

Day tour trips in the Sumilon Island Sandbar include various activities from hiking to fishing, paddling, and snorkeling.

Kawasan Falls

Kawasan FallsIn Badian Municipality in the south of Cebu lies the breath-taking Kawasan Falls. You can pass through this when you hike to the Osmeña Peak. But, if hiking is not one of your best interests, you can always go directly to the falls via a different route.

The Kawasan Falls is one of the best places to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. It is a perfect spot to unwind and relax with its cold waters and breathtaking view. It features a three-tier cascade of clear water, which streams from the springs of the Mantalongon mountain range.

This place is excellent for picture taking, and when you’re there, you will surely be tempted to swim, jump, and climb through the streams. Canyoneering is also a popular activity in the Kawasan Falls.

Tumalog Falls

Tumalog FallsAre you ready for falls-hopping adventure? Once you have visited the Kawasan Falls, you might also consider going to Tumalog Falls. Or if you are done swimming with the whale sharks in Oslob, only a few kilometers will bring you to this yet another awesome spot in Cebu.

Cebu locals have several names for Tumalog Falls. Some call it the “Thambak Falls” while others call it the “Toslob Falls.”

The Tumalog Falls feature curtain-like waterfalls where clear and cool water covers the entire cliff. The moss that abundantly grows in the rocks of the cliff filter the water and also gives the waterfall its curtain effect.

Pescador Islands

Pescador IslandsAnother must-see spot in the south of Cebu is the coast of Moalboal where you can see, experience, and enjoy the calming scenery of the Pescador Island. It is one of Cebu’s pride and a famous diving spot.

Looking for places that can give you the thrill of cliff diving into clear aquamarine waters? The Pescador Island reef features a sandy slope that is mainly made of soft coral that ranges from 5 to 10 meters in height.

Moreover, if you want to unleash your inner adventure seeker, the island also has about a total of 40 meters drop from a wall covered by hard corals. But, this place is not just about diving and swimming in the water. There are also various attractions once you’ve dived into the water, so it’s better that you ready your underwater camera. You will see different fishes and other aquamarine species as well as the beautiful coral formations.

Pescador Island should be on top of your itinerary in Cebu if you enjoy diving and underwater adventure.

What to Eat When in Cebu: Delicacies You Shouldn’t Miss

It’s not enough that you visit all the beautiful and historical places and sites of Cebu City. You should also experience the local delicacies in the city, and there are a lot of choices for you, especially for those you can buy and bring back home to your family and friends or what Filipinos call “pasalubong.”

Cebu Lechon

cebu lechon

If you’re ever in Cebu, you should never forget to the try the famed Cebu lechon. The city offers the best-tasting roast pig you can ever try, and as what the late celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain said Cebu is the home of the best-tasting pig ever.



Aside from lechon Cebu, danggit or dried fish is one of the city’s pride. It is a staple in most local breakfasts, and you can definitely buy some to bring back home with you.

Dried Mango

Dried Mango

The dried mangoes of Cebu are popular in a lot of countries, and the city is the major distributor of this delicacy in the Philippines. Aside from dried mangoes, you can also find tamarind candies and mango juice concentrates.



Going to Cebu, you should try their bibingka, one of the city’s famous traditional delicacies. It is made from coconut milk, milled glutinous rice, sugar, and margarine and is usually eaten for breakfast or as a snack.

Other bibingka options you can find in the city include one made of cassava instead of glutinous rice flour.



You should never leave Cebu City without trying or buying the sinful but tasty pork rind or chicharon of Cebu. It is crispy and succulent, which can be perfect as a snack. You can find a lot of chicharon outlets in the city, but Carcar is the most famous for producing the best tasting chicharon in Cebu.



Otap is a home-grown delicacy of Cebu. It is a sugar-coated, crisp, and flaky biscuit that is perfect to bring back from the city.



Rosquillos are Cebu’s very own butter cookies that you can bring home. One of the stores in the city has been producing these home-baked cookies since 1907. You can find this in “pasalubong” shops and supermarkets in Cebu.



Another famous delicacy of Cebu is the Masareal, rectangular goodness made from peanuts and sugar syrup.

Peanut Broas

Peanut Broas

This dessert is another home-grown delicacy of Cebu City, Cebu’s unique version of the Lady Fingers.

You can buy most of these famous Cebu delicacies in supermarkets in the city or “pasalubong” centers.

Gift Ideas From Cebu City



Cebu guitars are famous worldwide. The city is well-known for its hand-crafted guitars made of both soft and hardwood. The quality and craftsmanship are top-notch and can be excellent gifts to bring home with you.

You can go to music stores in malls in Cebu or visit the famed Lincoln Street where countless stores specialize in making and crafting world-class guitars.

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Shell Accessories

Shell Accessories

Another “pasalubong” item you can buy that is proudly made from Cebu are shell accessories. Cebu is one of the biggest suppliers of shell crafts in the country, and they produce the best pieces you can find from decorative items to personal accessories such as earrings and necklaces.

The Sinulog Festival in Cebu: A Must Visit

Sinulog Festival in Cebu

Cebu does have a lot of historical sites and scenic natural settings that can offer you the best vacation experience. But the city has another pride that would be perfect to experience during a vacation, the Sinulog Festival.

If you happen to have booked a flight to Cebu during the third Sunday of January, you will surely be in for an amazing treat by participating in one of the most famous grand festivals in the Philippines. Millions of devotees gather during this festival where the procession is one of the highlights during the Saturday of that weekend.

On a Sunday, the feast will start with a mass at the Basilica del Sto. Niño and there will also be the grand parade that attracts millions of tourists and locals alike. The parade is as colorful as it can get, featuring contingents for street-dancing competition from around Cebu City to the different towns of Cebu and other provinces.

If you happen to watch the parade, you can expect amazing dances and colorful costumes as well as giants and huge floats as part of the carousel parade. You will also surely enjoy the wide availability of famous Cebu delicacies during this time.

Cebu City Tour Sample Itineraries


Cebu is a popular destination and before you arrive at the mainland, be sure you’ve got a long list of sites and places to visit as well as what local delicacies to eat. To get the best experience of exploring Cebu, having an itinerary in advance will always help.

Plan the places you want to visit on what day and surely, at the end of your vacation, you’ll have a lot of memories of fantastic scenery and picturesque views.

Here are sample Cebu tour itineraries to help you plan your trip to the city.

Cebu Itinerary Two Days – Cebu City Tour

If you have a limited time in the city, don’t fret. You can still have many experiences even in just two days of sightseeing in Cebu. For a limited time in visiting and experiencing what the city has to offer, the easiest and most fulfilling experience would be to do the Cebu City tour.

This way, you can visit a lot of the city’s famous tourist spots without having to travel back and forth, cutting your vacation time on travel. There are simply a lot of sights in the downtown.

Cebu is rich in history, and it has a lot of heritage spots where you can also buy souvenirs and other cheap finds.

What to Expect

  • Immerse yourself in the rich culture of the city by visiting its heritage sites and structures that date back a couple hundred years.
  • See the famous Magellan’s CrossExperience a hassle-free city tour without problems of finding transportation for going to remote areas
  • Stay downtown where all famous Cebu dishes and delicacies are available just a block away.

Sample Itinerary

Day 1 – Cebu City Tour

Sites to Visit:

  • Magellan’s Cross
  • Basilica Del Sto. Niño
  • Fort San Pedro
  • Museo Sugbo

Day 2 – Extended Cebu City Tour

Sites to Visit:

  • Temple of Leah
  • Sirao Flower Garden
  • 10,000 Roses of Cebu (during the night)

Cebu Itinerary Three Days

What to Expect

  • Tour the famous heritage parks in Cebu City
  • Island Hopping
  • Swim with whale sharks
  • Go trekking and experience the scenic falls

Sample Itinerary

Day 1 – Cebu City Tour

Sites to Visit:

  • Magellan’s Cross
  • Basilica Del Sto. Niño
  • Fort San Pedro
  • Museo Sugbo

Day 2 – Island Hopping and Whale Shark Sighting

What to See and Do:

  • Swim with whale sharks in Oslob
  • Dive from the 40 feet wall of Pescador Islands
  • Visit the scenic Sumilon Island Sandbar

Day 3 – Kawasan Falls

What to See and Do:

  • Trek to Osmeña Peak
  • Go canyoneering or swim in the cool waters of Kawasan Falls

Cebu Itinerary Four Days

What to Expect

  • Tour the impressive structures and historical landmarks of Cebu
  • Enjoy a canyoneering adventure
  • Swim and snorkel with whale sharks
  • Shop and eat famous Cebuano delicacies

Sample Itinerary

Day 1 – City Tour

Places and Sites to Visit:

  • Magellan’s Cross
  • Temple of Leah
  • 10,000 Roses of Cebu

Day 2 – Outdoor Adventure

What to See and Do:

  • Trek to the Osmeña Peak
  • Go canyoneering at Kawasan Falls

Day 3 – Extended Outdoor Adventure

What to See and Do:

  • Go swimming with whale sharks
  • A side trip to the Oslob Heritage Park

Day 4 – Souvenir shopping and restaurant tour

What to Eat and Buy:

Try Lechon Cebu

Buy “pasalubongs” such as danggit, dried mangoes, bibingka, salvaro, otap, chicharon, rosquillos, peanut broas, and many others.

Cebu Itinerary Five Days

A total of five days touring Cebu city is more than enough time for you to experience different landmarks and scenery that the city has to offer. From the city proper to North Cebu and South Cebu, you can go to some of the oldest and popular historical sites and enjoy nature adventures, from hiking, camping, swimming, diving, and many others.

What to Expect

  • Tour the famous and historical landmarks of Cebu City from the famed Magellan’s Cross to various museums that depict the rich culture of Cebu and the Philippines.
  • Experience the scenic views of great fields and gardens of Cebu.
  • Relax and unwind in picturesque white sand beaches.
  • Experience a once in a lifetime and unique experience of swimming with whale sharks.

Sample Itinerary

Day 1 – Arrive from airport or ferry port to the city proper

Sites to Visit:

  • Magellan’s Cross
  • Basilica Del Sto. Niño
  • Fort San Pedro
  • Museo Sugbo

Day 2 – Extended City Tour

Sites and Places to Visit:

  • Temple of Leah
  • Sirao Flower Garden

Day 3 – Bantayan Island Tour

What to See and Do:

  • Visit Bantayan Church
  • Take a dip in the clear blue waters of sprawling beaches

Day 4 – South Cebu Tour

What to See and Do:

  • Experience the picturesque setting of Sumilon Island Sandbar
  • Swim, snorkel, and dive in azure blue waters with the whale sharks in Oslob
  • Visit Oslob Heritage Park
  • Experience the thrill of diving in Pescador Islands

Day 5 – Highlands of Cebu and Kawasan Falls

What to See and Do:

  • Hike the Osmeña Peak
  • Swim and go canyoneering in Kawasan Falls

Tips and Guide on Getting Around Cebu City

Jeepney bus local transport

Getting around Cebu City to visit landmarks, tourist attractions, and restaurants is fairly easy. There are tours you can do in the city that doesn’t require you to ride anything. You can walk especially going around downtown.

However, if you want to visit as much tourist attractions and landmarks as you can, there are various public transportation you can ride like jeepneys and multicab if you don’t have a private car or you really want to experience the local culture.

If you plan to commute while going around the city, it’s highly advised that you check the jeepney routes. But if you aren’t sure, you can always ask the locals or the jeepney drivers for direction. The fare in these public transports is fairly cheap, so you don’t have to worry too much.

If you want to visit tourist attractions in Cebu City that are quite far from the mainland and in remote areas, you might have to hire or ride a “habal-habal” or a motorbike if you don’t have a private car with you. In this case, it is highly advised that you ask or negotiate a price before hiring a motorbike as they usually don’t have a fixed rate.

habal-habalCebu is quite large, and if you want to travel from the northern part of Cebu to the southern part, you’ll need to ride a bus. The city has two bus terminals: North Bus Terminal and the South Bus Terminal. Do check out the routes and the schedules of the buses before going to the terminal, so you wouldn’t waste your time in any case.

However, you don’t want to immerse too much to the hustle and bustle of the city especially during peak hours where there are a lot of passengers. You can always take a taxi. But note that this can cost you a lot compared to when you use jeepneys while going around Cebu City. Taxis in the city use the meter, and there is a strict rule of a maximum of four passengers allowed in one taxi.

There are also car rentals in the city, which allows you to drive and go around the city personally. This is much more comfortable than public transport especially if you are traveling with family or friends. You can choose different vehicles depending on what you want or how many you are in a group. But, that will only be ideal if you are familiar with Cebu City. Otherwise, you might just get lost. However, if you can pay for extra bucks, there are also car rentals that come with experienced and qualified chauffeurs.

Also, if you want a guided tour, there is a lot of that being offered in the city. You can even book that with your flight to Cebu City, and these guided tours usually already involve transportation and other things like an experienced tour guide.

Cebu Travel Tips for Beginners

Cebu is one of the country’s best tourist spots. A lot of people are attracted to its scenic views, rich historical places, and its delectable foods.

Is this the first time for you to visit Cebu? Here are some tips that can help make your vacation a lot better and more comfortable.

Choose the Best Tourist Attractions

There are a lot of great places in Cebu, but you can’t go to all of them especially if you have a limited number of days to stay in the city. To get the best experience of your Cebu City tour, plan your trip ahead of time. Make a list of all Cebu attractions and choose the best places you want to visit. Plan your itinerary as best as you can.

Looking for Places to Stay in Cebu

From cheap to mid-range and high-end hotels just like Southpole Central Hotel, there are a lot of places you can stay when you are in Cebu. Generally, it is better to book a room in your preferred hotel or resort in advance to make sure that they have a room available for you, saving any inconvenience on your part.

Looking for Places to Eat in Cebu

Like the tourist attractions in Cebu, there are a lot of restaurants you can choose from. If you want to experience the culture of the city through its food, it’s better to choose local restaurants rather than the popular famous fast foods. This way, you get to experience the best delicacies the city has to offer.

Managing the Traffic in Cebu

Like any metropolitan city, traffic can be tough especially if you are to go around looking for the best sights to see. While you can’t avoid getting stuck in the traffic, you can try to plan your tours between peak hours. If you can plan your vacation on weekdays, much better as the traffic during weekends can be out of control.

Wherever you go, be a responsible tourist. Cebu is one of the most beautiful cities in the country. It is rich in history as well as in the natural gifts of Mother Nature.

It might be a little daunting to plan your trip to Cebu with a lot of choices of sites to go to and things to experience. This Cebu City tour itinerary should help you plan ahead.

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