Sto. Niño Church + Magellan’s Cross + Pasalubong Shopping

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Day 4 (last day!) of my detailed Cebu blogs features St. Niño Church, Magellan’s Cross and shopping for pasalubong and souvenirs at Taboan market. Click the link below to read more.

Quick links:

Sto. Niño Church

St. Niño Church

From our hostel, Island Breeze Hostel, we took the 4C jeep for Php8 and it was around a 20 to 30 minute ride (depends on traffic). We didn’t have a lot of time to explore since we were flying out that afternoon, but we had a look around the church and said a few prayers.

St. Niño Church
Always be thankful for everything.

Magellan’s Cross

Right infront of St. Niño Church is Magellan’s Cross. Don’t be fool, don’t expect a huge cross. Haha! For some reason all the photos that I saw before coming here made it seem like it was a huge cross 😛

Magellan's Cross

Pasalubong Shopping at Taboan Market

From Magellan’s Cross / Sto. Nino Church area we took a taxi going to Taboan Market. It was only P70, not sure how to get there by jeep.

Of course, we had to stop by here to pick up some goodies! You will smell like dried fish afterwards though. My friend and I had to quickly change our clothes before our flight 😛

Taboan Market

We had all our food boxed and tied to make it easier for us to check them in. Make sure to add some check-in luggage for your flight back, you’ll definitely need it 😛

That is the end of my detailed Cebu blogs! Hope you guys enjoyed reading along and looking at my photos. And I hope I inspired some of you to visit Cebu! I’ll definitely be back soon to explore more – I really want to see the Sardines in Moalboal and Bantayan Island. The photos looks so beautiful!

Leaving you guys with a nice quote that was up at our hostel ♥

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Day 1, Day 2, Day 3 and my full Cebu Itinerary blogs are in the links below and be sure also follow me on Instagram here and Facebook here.

First Day – Click here
Second Day – Click here
Third Day – Click here
Fourth Day – Click here
FULL ITINERARY – Click here

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