Fort San Pedro - Heritage Spot in Cebu City

My friends and I originally planned to go to Pier 1 to visit the newly dock galeon called "Galeon Andulacia". However, unfortunately, we didn't go at Galeon because the lady security said to us that there is no announcement to them that public can view inside. So, we decided to go toward Fort San Pedro. Fort San Pedro is one of the Heritage Spots in Cebu City.

Fort San Pedro is a spot to look forward to the past of Cebu City. Fort San Pedro was one of the best heritage spots in Cebu that you should visit when you're here at The Queen City of South Cebu City.

Fuerza de San Pedro or Fort San Pedro is a military defence structure, built by Spanish and indigenous Cebuano labourers under the command of Spanish conquistador, Miguel López de Legazpi and the Spanish Government in Cebu. It is located in the area now called Plaza Indepedencia, in the Pier Area of Cebu City, Philippines. It is the smallest, triangular bastion fort in the country and built in 1738 to repel from Muslim.

Fort San Pedro Picture

How to get There?

from Airport : better to rent a car or taxi
from Colon St: 21B jeep just stop at Plaza Indepedencia or 02B to Pier 1 just stop near the gate to Fort San Pedro
from Highway: 21B jeep just stop at Plaza Indepedencia
from provinces: stop at South Bus Terminal and walk along EMall. Find a jeep with 21B sign number.

Entrance Fee:
Adult : Php30.00
Student: Php20.00
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