Fuente Osmeña Street
Cebu City, Cebu 6000
+63 32 239 3000
Robinsons Place Cebu
Robinsons Place Cebu is a 4-level shopping mall with a variety of restaurants, and retail and service establishments. Located at the heart of the city at Fuente Osmeña Avenue, Robinsons Cebu is easily accessible to office buildings, banks, pension houses, hotels, hospitals, and to other attractions in the city. It is the perfect shopping destination for both Cebuanos and visitors alike because of its convenience and diversity.
Robinsons Cybergate Cebu
Robinsons Cybergate Cebu has 4-levels of diverse commercial establishments converging under one roof. Food chains, high-end restaurants, specialty shops and services, offices, and medical clinics add to the variety that Robinsons Cybergate Cebu offers. It is also the province's first wellness and lifestyle center. Furthermore, it hosts special shows and events which add even more color and excitement to Cebu City.
Fuente Osmeña Circle
The Fuente Osmeña Circle has become a center for cultural, social, and political events. Said to be the heart and soul of Cebu City, it connects four busy intersections in the city. The Circle also showcases the Fuente Osmeña (Osmeña Fuente), which is a fountain built to commemorate the completion of the city's waterworks. It is now a focal landmark in Cebu City.
Magellan's Cross is one of the most significant landmarks in Philippine history. It was planted by Spanish explorers as ordered by Ferdinand Magellan upon his arrival in the Philippine islands.
Magellan's Cross now stands in a chapel next to the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño on Magallanes Street in front of Cebu City Hall. The original cross is encased in the wooden cross seen in the chapel to protect it from damage.
Basilica Minore de Santo Niño
The Basilica Minore de Santo Nino is built in the 16th century and stands as the oldest church in the whole country. It was founded by Andres de Urdaneta, an Augustinian priest, on the spot where the image of the Sto Niño was discovered perfectly preserved in a burned wooden box.
Tourists and visitors can also visit the museum inside the basilica where antiques, historical objects, priestly vestments, religious statures and relics, and the Santo Niño's old cloaks are on display.