Ferdinand’s Catholic legacy, a large wooden cross, is housed in a stone rotunda(built in 1841)across from Cebu City Hall. The crucifix...
Basilica Minore del Santo Niño
This holiest of churches is a real survivor. Established in 1565 (the oldest church in the Philippines) and burnt down three times, it...
Fort San Pedro
Built in 1565 under the command of Miguel López de Legazpi, conqueror of the Philippines, Fort San Pedro has served as an army garrison,...
MC Briones St · interesting places nearby
Carbon Market information
No, it’s not a Philippine emissions trading scheme. Urban living in the raw, the Carbon Market is Cebu’s oldest and biggest produce market – where racks of clothes and baskets snuggle cheek-by-jowl with stalls of fish, live chickens, drying intestines and digital media of dubious origin. There’s not a lot to interest tourists, which is why you won’t get harassed by vendors. Most jeepneys heading downtown go to Carbon.