Churches in Manila
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San Agustin Church:
Our first stop will be the “San Agustin Church” known as the "Iglesia de San Pablo", the most aged church in the Philippines. The great church was established in 1571 by the Augustinian Fathers. Inside of it, you will see the tomb of the Manila City founder "El Adelentado Miguel Lopez de Legaspi" which is situated at the easternmost church of the transept.
Our next stop will be the "Malate Church" which was dedicated to Nuestra Senora de Remedios, the patroness of chilbirth. The church is one of the oldest churches in the capital of the Philippines and it was founded in the 16th century by the Augustinian priests. In 1868, the Baroque-style church was destroyed by a typhoon and was then rebuilt.
Our third stop in our Manila Churches tour will be the "Manila Cathedral", an amazing Roman Catholic Church located near the "Fort Santiago". This cathedral was built in 1571 by the Spaniards. As we enter the cathedral, you will witness the antique religious relics, sculptures, and statues.
Our second to the last stop willthe "Binondo Church". It is one of the famous and oldest churches in the country and was established to use as worship place for Catholic Chinese back to the Spanish era where San Lorenzo Ruiz (Filipino-Chinese and the first Saint of the Philippines) served as one of the altar boys.
Nuestra Senora de Gracia:
Our tour will end at "Nuestra Senora de Gracia Church", one of the baroque-style churches situated in Makati City, Philippines. The church was built in 1629, and is one of the most famous wedding venues in Manila.
- Tour Attractions:• San Agustin Church• Malate Church• Manila Cathedral• Binondo Church• Nuestra Senora de GraciaIncludes:• Air-conditioned Vehicle• Tour Guide• Snacks (sandwich, chips, bottled water)Not Includes:• Meals• Gratuities