It’s not a big place, but you can feel the strong religious culture in the area. I stayed for about 15 minutes. There are lots of traffic nearby and it’s quite lively. Like our tourists who come to Cebu for a pure vacation, if you just want to take a look at one or two representative ones. Of attractions, come here. Entering the church is a little more solemn. Many locals prayed inside. They had to go in quietly, take a photo, and feel the solemn tranquility. There is a large square on the opposite side to visit. The painted ceiling is also a must-see.
the place so solemm . far but worth it to visit. have a special time to reflect and. pray i must visit again . mya family is happy and.
The place will always be crowded with devotees of the Child Jesus. Inside the Basilica has a lot of images of Santo Nino and saints. You can also see paintings of its history which will give you knowledge on how it all began. Though ot is quite hard to get pictures because it is not allowed during mass time. But it is still worthy to visit if you are a very religious person.
A dream come true for me when we visited cebu city and of course the Sto.niño church. I went on the other side to pray in front of the original Sto.niño. By the way its not allowed to take photos of the original Sto.niño.Short is not allowed inside the church but someone will give you a cloth to cover your legs.Mine is a little bit long so no need. You can buy your souvenir in a small room near the exit of the church.