Coming to Bohol on squeezed-tight itinerary, whether for business or just an island skip-trip, here are some quick guides to enjoy the most of the island:

Half-day Tagbilaran City Tour:

Explore Tagbilaran City for photo stops at the following landmarks:

1. St. Joseph Cathedral – St. Joseph, the Worker, is the city’s patron saint. Tagbilaran City celebrated the annual fiesta every May 1 in his honor.

This cathedral isn’t the original church. The original was built in 1595 by the Jesuits. Then an earthquake in 1798 burned the church to the ground. It took almost 50 years before the Recollects reconstructed the church between 1839 and 1855. The Cathedral of St. Joseph the Worker is located in the central part of Tagbilaran City in Carlos P. Garcia Avenue.

2. Plaza Rizal Park

3. Bohol Provincial Capitol – One of the old government buildings in Bohol and is part of the Philippine Heritage. It is the seat of government in Bohol and is located in front Plaza Rizal Park.

4. Bohol Museum – For a minimal entrance fee, it is recommended to visit this museum and learn how the chocolate hills were formed with illustrations. Different seashells, butterflies and the origins of its island people with some skeletons and on display. Some interesting facts about the world’s smallest primates called the Philippine Tarsiers are readily available therein. It may be worthwhile to visit the place to know some stories behind them before taking closer encounters with these adorable and cute little critters.

5. K of C Drive – A scenic drive fronting the Tagbilaran City Pier and the Tagbilaran causeway leading to Panglao Island.

6. Tagbilaran City Hall – The seat of government of the City of Tagbilaran. The new edifice was constructed in the new and expanded commercial district of the city.

7. Island City Mall – A shopping center for complete shopping, dining, and entertainment experience while in Bohol.

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