1-Visit Fort San Pedro, the oldest fort in the country 2-Do not miss the very first ever built church in the Philippines, Basilica del Santo nino 3-Magellan cross must be in your itinerary 4-Spend some time at the Metropolitan Cathedral, it's worth it 5&6-Have you ever stepped on a Spanish ancestral house? Try Yap SanDiego and Casa Gorodo museums 7-Some of your best photos will be taken at the Taoist temple 8-Unless it's at the temple of Leah?
Why take a guided tour when I can simply follow Google maps? You can, of course, explore the city yourself but except taking good photos, you will miss all the stories behind each relic that makes the city. We believe that the best way to see a place is to see it through the eyes of a knowledgeable local. Is it tiring to walk there? Not at all because each site of the old town are walking distance from each other. And it is also the opportunity to see the real life of the city. We don't want to spend all our life in air-conditioned malls or car, right? What if we want to be picked-up and dropped off at home/hotel? No worries as we also provide packages with transportation service from any area of Cebu, Mandaue or Mactan/Lapu-lapu city. What is the level of safety? Unlike some other world metropolis, crime level is very low in the Philippines. You can relax and enjoy your trip without having to worry for your safety. Can I bring my kids? Definitely! We can guarantee they will love and remember their visit. This is how you make happy family memories. What time can we start? You let us know and we do our best to accommodate. You can start early in the morning at 8AM or even have it as a sunset adventure. Which season is the best to visit the city? Anytime from October/November until May/June. During the rainy season, bad weather might disturb your plan and itinerary.