Hello everyone, yesterday was a celebration “independent day” so I didn’t have a class, and this is the result of my one day not coming to class.
San Pedro Fortress is located next to the harbor and inside has the oldest castle in the Philippines compared to both Santiago Castle in Manila. The fortress was built by the first Spaniards invading the Philippines to defend against Muslims in the southern Philippines.
During World War II, San Pedro castle was used to defend against the Japanese; barracks were used as military officers during the US military rule; Now it has been transformed into a classroom.
The San Pedro Fortress is located next to the pier, the first Spanish station to enter Cebu, later transformed into a memorial park.
There is a museum in San Pedro castle, which displays the art treasures of ancient Spanish boats and is also known as the sunken “San Diego”.
Address: Located south of the city center, at the junction of S Osmena Blvd and Legazpi Extn Street, near the General Department of Post and Telecommunications (See map)
How to go:
Taking a taxi from the airport takes about 200 pesos.
From the school, you can choose the service, assemble a group of at least 8 people, and the price of going to and from each of you is 300 pesos, going with the car and the school driver will be safe for you new and available. Friends with the same people will be happier.
Just a 5-minute walk from the pier, from the ticket office of the pier you walk straight ahead.
Opening hours: From Tuesday to Sunday: 8:00 to 12:00, 13:00 to 17:00
Tickets: Children: 20 pesos, adults: 30 pesos
Independent plaza is located opposite Fort San Pedro’s main door. This place was built to commemorate the independence of the Philippines from the American imperialism.
How to go:
Next to the airport ticket office has a taxi and picks up the Square for 200 pesos.
Opening hours: All year round
in order to motivated to learn i chose travel , it is very useful with my, let’s try!
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