Things to Do in Cebu
Find a multitude of things to do in Cebu near the Radisson Blu
Enjoy the comfort of a convenient location at our hotel, offering ideal proximity to exciting historic, cultural and shopping attractions. The 25,000-square-meter SM City Cebu Mall, connected to the hotel via walkway, offers a massive range of stores, a variety of restaurants and cafés, multiple movie theatres, an arcade and a bowling alley. Be sure to check our hotel deals for special business packages, too. Thanks to our proximity to white sand beaches, beautiful waters and interesting historic sites, you'll never run out of things to do in Cebu.
- Museo Sugbu- 2.1 km
- Fort San Pedro- 2.5 km
- Basilica Minore del Sto. Niño- 2.6 km
- Magellan’s Cross- 2.7 km
- Casa Gorordo- 2.8 km
- Colon Street- 3.2 km
Nearby beach resorts and diving sites:
- Cebu Taoist Temple
- Gilutungan Marine Sanctuary
- Nalusuan Island
- Olango Island Bird Sanctuary
- Oslob Island
- Pandanon Island
Nearby historical attractions include:
Basilica Minore del Sto. Niño
This museum and basilica chronicles Christianity's rise in Cebu. A 16th-century church, Basilica Minore del Sto. Niño marks the spot where Spanish explorers saw the image of the Holy Child Jesus ("Sto. Niño" in Spanish) in 1565.
The home of the first Filipino archbishop of Cebu, Juan Gorordo, this house is now a museum showcasing historical memorabilia and relics reflecting Filipino lifestyle during the Spanish colonial era.
This exciting shopping destination was built in 1565 and developed by Spanish conquistador Miguel López de Legazpi. The oldest shopping area in the Philippines, Colon Street was the centre for commercial activity in downtown Cebu for centuries.
Fort San Pedro
Located in the Plaza Indepedencia near the city port, Fort San Pedro was built in 1738 under the command of Spanish conquistador Miguel López de Legazpi to fight Muslim raiders. In the 19th century, Filipino revolutionaries occupied the fort and used it as a stronghold to rebel against the Spanish.
Portugese explorer Ferdinand Magellan ordered this wooden cross to be planted on April 21, 1521, marking Christianity's arrival in the Philippines.