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Cebu is an island of the Central Visayas Archipelago. Its beauty has earned it the nickname "Vacation Garden of Eden". The combination of beautiful natural landscape and old buildings is exquisite. You can see many ancient relics and structures, visit churches, or even take a boat to the surrounding islands. There are many entertaining and interesting places to see and experience when visiting Cebu. Explore the ancient Fort San Pedro in search of historical relics. Inside the fort you'll find a museum exhibiting precious artistic treasures. You can also go to the iconic local landmarks such as the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral or Magellan's Cross to pay your respects. According to people who love scuba diving, this is the paradise of their dreams. It doesn't matter if you are visiting Cebu or one of the small surrounding islands, there are a number of excellent dive spots.
Fort San Pedro is located next to the port and is also known as the ancient castle of the Philippines with the Castle of San Diego in Manila, which was built when Spain first arrived in the Philippines. During World War II, the castle was used to defend against the Japanese army. The barracks used as military officers during the US military rule were now converted into school classrooms. The San Pedro Fort next to the pier was the first station in Spain to enter Cebu, which was later converted into a memorial park.
The Church of the Infant is located near the Magellan's Cross and was rebuilt in 1740. It has been more than 200 years old and is the old Roman Catholic church in the Philippines. There is a statue of a young Jesus in a room in the Church of the Infant. It is said that Magellan gave the Queen of Cebu in 1521, and many locals will line up to pray.