Basilica Minore del Santo Niño
This holiest of churches is a real survivor. Built in 1565 and burnt down three times, it was rebuilt in its present form in 1737....
Magellan's cross? Wouldn't you be if you'd sailed all the way from Europe only to die in a soggy heap on the island of Mactan?...
No, it’s not a Philippine emissions trading scheme. Urban living in the raw, the Carbon Market is Cebu’s oldest and biggest produce...
Bo’s Coffee Club
A super popular Cebuano franchise that makes genuine top-notch espresso along with the usual mocha, latte and frappé selections. A...
A favourite haunt of foreign blokes, Our Place is a grimy hideaway decorated with pub kitsch. There is a well-stocked bar and a good...
Lonely Planet review
Near Hotel Victoria de Cebu, it offers big portions of good Filipino and Chinese food in cleaner and more comfortable surroundings than you'll find nearby. Vegetarians should note: both the bean-curd soup and the fried rice have meat in them.