List of Free Parks to Visit in Cebu

Touring around Cebu doesn’t have to be so costly. Tourists don’t always have a large amount of vacation budget but that’s not a thing to worry about since there are cheap to free parks where you can enjoy in Cebu even without spending a huge part of your budget. The rest of this article will give you a list of famous and free parks in the province.

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Whether you are a tourist or a Cebu local, you can always find good places in Cebu where you don’t need to spend on entrance fees. Hanging out with your family and friends can be as simple as sitting in benches while biting your favorite sandwiches or sitting in the ground full of green grass while having small good conversations.

List of Cheap and Free Parks in Cebu

Anything under the sun can be done in parks and it surely is the best thing you need after a long, tiring day from your other trips. To start with, here’s the list of must-visit free parks in Cebu.

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Cebu IT Park

  • The Cebu IT Park is a famous business park located at the heart of Cebu City. The business park houses different BPO companies and those emerging call centers. Since there are still on-going constructions, a large portion of the business park is still open for hangout and picnics.

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Ayala Terraces

  • Ayala Center Cebu is not only a community of malls, shops, and cafés. In fact, it has a great garden that is well-maintained. If you are sick of malls, you can still go here and take a long walk in its landscaped garden. You don’t have to pay for entrance fees to enjoy the place. All you have to do is to bring yourself and your companions with you.

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Fuente Osmeña Circle

  • This park deserves to be on this list because it is one of the most renowned places in the city. The park is open for free so anyone can go there any time of the day. It’s also open daily so you don’t have to worry about the time. Hanging out in the late afternoon until the early night is recommended so you won’t have to deal with the hot weather.

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Plaza Independencia

  • This place is like the Fuente Osmeña Circle as it gives the same feeling and vibe. Benches are spread out all over the park, making it more convenient for tourists like you. This means you don’t actually need to bring anything with you when touring around. Aside from being a park, this destination is historical as well and its earlier version can be traced back in the 1600s.

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Fort San Pedro

  • Okay, so this park may not be free, but it’s the entrance fee is quite affordable. Entering Fort San Pedro requires you to pay an entrance fee worth P30. Although you need a little amount of money, the price cannot be compared to what you are about to see inside. The structure of the place is old and classic, which will surely give you the chills of history. You can bring a book if you are going to stay in the area for a while!

Now that you have an idea of where to spend your idle time, don’t hesitate to visit the parks listed above!

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