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Cheap flights to Cebu from Ireland

Known as the ‘’Queen City of the South,’’ Cebu is the capital city of the Province of Cebu and it is the second city of the Philippines. Located on the eastern shore of Cebu Island it was the first Spanish settlement and the oldest city in the Philippines.

Cebu as a holiday destination is one of the most popular destinations in all of the Philippines so get here quick. For over 200 years, Cebu was the second most important city in the country.

Cebu is the Philippines main domestic shipping port and home to about 80% of the entire country’s domestic shipping companies. Visitors to Cebu will find it a highly significant cultural centre in the Philippines. During your tour of this very historic city you won’t be able to miss the strong imprint of Spanish and Roman Catholic culture that is still clearly evident.

The city’s most famous attraction is Magellan’s Cross. This cross, which is now housed in a chapel, where we can offer cheap flights and holidays to Cebu from Ireland, is reputed by many in Cebu to have been planted by Ferdinand Magellan when he first arrived in the Philippines in 1521.

A few steps away from Magellan’s Cross is the Basilica del Santo Nino. Located on Osmeña Boulevard this Augustinian Church was elevated to the rank of Basilica in 1965 during the 400th year celebrations of Christianity in the Philippines. This particular church was the first to be established on the islands. Built of hewn stone it features the country’s oldest relic – the figure of the Santo Nino de Cebu.

A trip to Colon Street – the oldest street in the Philippines is a must, with cheap flights and holidays to Cebu from Ireland all-year round at very reasonable rates. This street is lined with some very impressive classical buildings that date back to the American era.

Fort San Pedro is another exciting attraction that is definitely worth visiting. It was the smallest Spanish outpost in the Philippines during the Spanish colonial era. A museum today showcases the wreckage and the treasures from the sunken San Diego ship from Mexico. It is a very historical place to visit, with holidays and flights to Cebu from Ireland always available all-year round.

After a day of sightseeing why don’t you enjoy some spectacular views of the Cebu skyline. The Marcelo Fernan Bridge and the Second Mactan Bridge are the best places in Cebu to get the best views of the city.

The Lapu-Lapu Monument is an intriguing monument to visit, with low-cost holidays and flights to Cebu from Ireland available at very affordable prices. During the historic Mactan Landing in 1521 Lapu-Lapu was a local hero who fought Ferdinand Magellan. Come and explore this monument and learn all that there is to know about this fascinating local hero.

When holidaying in the Philippines you can’t pass up the opportunity of visiting the historical rich city of Cebu.

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