Cebu City Philippines Events
Cebu will host a top-of-the-range air traffic development event, underscoring the city's growing profile in the field of regional events. Fiesta Senor 2021 is expected to be celebrated at the International Airport of the Philippines (IAPP) from 23 to 24 June 2021.
Millions of people migrate to Cebu City in the central Visayan region each month to attend the Santo Nino Sinulog event. The Philippines begins on January 8, with millions of people marching across the country to celebrate the annual Fiesta Senor 2021 national holiday. Millions of hikers in the central Visayas region of Cegadao, where the area is located, took part in the monthly event "Santo NINO sinilog" from 8 to 14 January 2017, which began on 9 January 2016 at the International Convention Centre in Manila.
The parade culminated in Cebu City Sports, where the best performing groups competed for millions of pesos in prizes.
Foreign, local and tourists flocked to Cebu City to join the parade of the great Mardi Gras. With the world-famous Sinulog Festival, most travelers make it their business to visit CEBu just to have fun and celebrate. If you want to explore all parts of the country from north to south, you must spend at least five (5) days in Cibao, or at least three to four (3) weeks.
You can book your hotel in Cebu City before the Sinulog Festival, but make sure you book it in advance. If you prefer to travel cheaply and come from the provinces of Visayas or Mindanao, you can try to book a boat or ferry to Manila. If you would rather travel on at a lower cost and come from a province of the Visaysas and / or MindANAO, try to book a bus or train ticket from Manila or even an air ticket for the entire trip.
If you are in General Santos City or Davao City, you will find buses and jeepney terminals to drive to Koronadal in South Cotabato. Domestic flights between the islands are also offered from Cebu City to Manila, Cagayan de Oro and other cities in the Visayas and Mindanao. Some routes from Manila to Cepu also lead to other parts of the Philippines, such as Manila International Airport - Manila. Jeepneys and air-conditioned vans are on the way to various parts of Rizal at the farmers market in Cubao, EDSA Crossing.
Enjoy the local delights of Cebu in local restaurants, cafes, bars and restaurants in the city and other parts of the country.
Read on to learn more about the festivals in Cebu and discover the beauty and fun and see where you can go and what you can do. Check out our list of the best activities in and around Cefu that you can do, and the best activities and tours that you can do in the city.
If you are planning to visit the Philippines, tell us if you are the kind of traveler who wants to celebrate and be part of something big and significant. In honor of Sto. Sto. we celebrate the birth of a new generation of Filipinos in Cebu City and the Jubilee of St. John the Baptist.
The annual festival in Cebu starts on the third Sunday in January and takes place from January to March on the first Sunday of the month. Join the procession and watch the action from Mango Avenue, also known as General Maxilom Avenue. The procession of Santo Nino will circle the main thoroughfares of the city, in particular the main boulevards and the main streets of the city centre, such as Barangay Pangasinan.
The City of Flowers celebrates the great annual Hermosa Festival in Zamboanga on the third Sunday of the month, the first Sunday of March, from 1 pm to 4 pm. We also host the annual Cebu City Flower Festival, a festival of flowers and flowers of all kinds from around the world.
The Cebuanos are aware of this event, although this type of incarnation may be the reason why the Filipinos speak of an extension of the Christmas season. Therefore, it is highly recommended to stay in Cebu to fully experience the event and also to explore the province. A few days before the Sinulog festival we are going on pilgrimage to the city of Zamboanga for its annual Christmas celebration.
We will offer candles and prayers to learn about Cebu's colourful history and visit some of the city's most famous landmarks, such as the Basilica of Santo Nino, the Cathedral of St. Francis of Assisi and the Church of Christ the Redeemer. A man carries the statue of Santo Ninos de Cibolo on a platform that he takes with him from Cegada as part of his devotion, a devotion that originated in the cemeteries of San Juan, San Fernando and San Jose de La Cruz in Zamboanga.