Cebu has an inexhaustible energy powered by years of history – being the Philippines’ oldest city. There’s something interesting at every turn and more to explore next time. Check out these tourism clusters to help you round what the Queen City of the South has to offer.

Boljoon Church. Photo courtesy of the Department of Tourism.

Southern Cebu Jubilee Churches Tour . Visit the Jubilee churches of Southern Cebu, namely, Sto. Nino Basilica, in Cebu City, St. Catherine of Alexandria Church in Carcar City, St. Michael the Archangel Church in Argao, St. Anne Church in Barili town, Patrocinio de Maria Parish in Boljoon, and San Guillermo de Aquitana Church in Dalaguete.

Basilica Minore del Sto. Niño de Cebu. Photo courtesy of the Department of Tourism.
Museo Sugbo. Photo courtesy of the Department of Tourism.

Metro Cebu Museum Circuit of Cebu. Get reacquainted with the roots of Cebu by going on a museum-hop. It was developed to generate interest for domestic tourists to revisit the historical museums in the city.

Fresh produce at Adlawon Farm. Photo courtesy of the Department of Tourism.

Kulinarya sa Norte Culinary Tour. This 2-day tourism circuit features an immersive culinary and cultural adventure in northern Cebu, particularly in Catmon, Tabogon, Bogo City and San Remegio. 

Discover more destinations to see, experience, and savor in Cebu. Visit these links to map out your next journey across the Philippines. 

  1. Bring Home Memories and a Piece of the Philippines With You
  2. These Faith-Based Tours Show You a Different Side of Cebu
  3. 8 Unique Nature and Culture Trips to Try in the Philippines

Travel Safely!

All these tourist destinations have health and safety protocols in place to protect locals and visitors alike. Everyone is expected to comply by wearing face masks, regularly washing their hands, and practicing physical distancing.

To check out up-to-date information regarding local destinations that are open and the safety protocols and requirements needed for each location, you may visit philippines.travel/safetrip or download the Travel Philippines app at app.philippines.travel, Apple Store, or Google Playstore.