Naga City Things to Do

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Naga City Things to Do

  • Fluvial procession

    Fluvial procession is the most awaited event (for me) to end the celebration of the Peñafrancia Festival. The images of the Virgin of Peñafrancia and Divino Rostro are carried in a pagoda to go back in the basilica with a number of devoted men shouting, “Viva La Virgen!”. The Bicolanos have a superstition that if any woman is present in the pagoda,...

  • "Amang Hinulid” / Santo Entierro

    It was Lent at that time so my friend and I, went to pray to “Amang Hinulid”/Santo Entierro (the Sepulcher Christ). My friend, who’s a local, said that it’s similar to the Black Nazarene which is housed in the Quiapo Church, in Manila. The “Amang Hinulid” icon located in the small town of Calabanga is the oldest in Bicol. The devotion to the...

  • Aguirangan Island

    Aguirangan island is a must place to visit! It’s one of the isolated islands in the country. If you want to experience to be in the middle of the Pacific Ocean… well, this island will answer your wishIt’s good to be here at dawn so you can have a sight of the sunrise which I always admire; also, so you and your friends can have the island...

  • Exprience the Peṅafrancia Festival

    The most celebrated event in Naga City is the 9-day festivities in honor of Our Lady of Penafrancia, the patroness in Bicol. The Penafrancia festival is celebrated every 3rd week of September where thousands of pilgrims and tourists go to Naga City. Our Lady of Penafrancia is a replica of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Salamanca, Spain. The bikolanos...

  • Sample the nightlife at Magsaysay Ave.

    Along Magsaysay Ave., there lies the trendy nightlife district of Naga City. Dozens of cool restaurants and bars vie for attention from well-heeled locals and tourists alike It's quite cosmopolitan with sophisticated eateries and other nightlife diversions. A few of the places were former homes that were transformed into a dining establishment.

  • WakeBoarding

    For a reasonable price, you'll experience and will learn how to ride a wakeboard :) 500 pesos deposit + 175 pesos 1 hour cable park that includes usage of the pool, 40 pesos vest and helmet rental. 215 pesos will not hurt your pocket, right?

  • Avenue Square

    How do I describe this place? It is a beautiful strip filled with restaurants, other types of dining places, music bars/lounges, a beauty salon and so much more.It is pleasing to the eyes and the hippest thing in town.It's not as posh as the strips in Manila and other places, but it's a fun place to go to in Naga City."The Other Website"

  • Archbishop's Residence

    The Archbishop's Residence is just across the street of Naga Metropolitan Cathedral. I didn't go to explore the place anymore because I didn't see anyone, I wasn't sure if it was open to the public, or if you needed to be a member of the Parish, or if you had to know someone from the City to be able to go there.

  • Visit "Ina" At The Basilica Minore

    Built in 1985, the Basilica Minore was constructed as the new home of the miraculous image of "Ina", the Nuestra Señora de Peñafrancia, Patroness of Bicolandia. The Basilica was intended to accommodate the increasing number of pilgrims from all over the country, as well as devotees from overseas who come for pilgrimage just to visit, pay homage and...

  • View The Penafrancia Diamond Jubilee...

    We almost missed the Jubilee Pavilion at the Basilica Minore compound. We were at the grounds taking shots when it suddenly rained hard. We saw the construction workers run to a pavilion so we followed suit. It was a pleasant surprise to see that it wasn't an ordinary pavilion in the middle of the garden; it was the Penafrancia Diamond Jubilee...

  • Rest & Photo Shoot @ The Plazas

    I've been to 2 plazas in Naga City: the Rizal Plaza and the Quince Martires Plaza. The trees help in making the place airy, the gardens and benches provide ideal resting places for people. I was told that Plaza Rizal was designed to be a venue for debates, while Plaza Quince Martires was set up as tribute to and in honor of the 15 Bicol martyrs...

  • Visit Historic San Francisco Church

    San Francisco Church looks like a modern church in downtown area, but it is rich in history. Only the bell tower of the old church building remains as silent witness to the historic event on September 17, 1898. That day, Filipino rebels led by Felix Plazo and Elias Angeles besieged Governor Vicente Zaidin and the remaining Spaniards in Bicol who...

  • Museo del Seminario Concilliar de Nueva...

    At the Holy Rosary Minor Seminary is a museum showcasing memorabilia of prominent Bicolano bishops, as well as old scholastics records and books originally owned by first Filipino bishop Jorge Barlin who is a native of Baao, Camarines Sur. Archival and archeological materials such as artifacts and ancient burial jars of early Bicolanos are also on...

  • Drop By The Holy Rosary Minor Seminary

    The brick and tile structure beside the Naga Metropolitan Cathedral is the Holy Rosary Minor Seminary built in 1785 as a vocation house and center of ecclesiastical education in the Bicol region. Though it had undergone renovations, it has retained its distinct colonial style and ambiance. Thus, the National Historical Institute declared it as a...

  • Have A Glimpse Of Universidad de Sta....

    Formerly named Colegio de Santa Isabel, this educational insttitution is said to be "the first college for women in the Orient". It is considered one of the top schools in the country being sought not only by Bicolano students, but by residents of other provinces as well..

  • Visit Naga Metropolitan Cathedral

    Incredibly 15 years in the making, being constructed from 1816 to 1831, the Naga Metropolitan Cathedral is the biggest church in Bicol, and was seat of the Archdiocese of Caceres for many years. Under the archdiocese are the six Bicol provinces. The miraculous image of "Ina" is transfered to the Cathedral for the customary nine-day novena.

  • Meet "Ina", Our Lady of Peñafrancia

    Who is Our Lady of Peñafrancia? Why is she so lovingly venerated and revered by the Catholic faithful? My aunt, a resident of Naga and devotee of "Ina" related to me the story of Father Miguel de Cobarrubias, a Spanish missionary originally from San Martin de Castañar in Spain who, with the intention of propagating the devotion and faith to the...

  • Say a thousand prayers

    Naga City is very abundant in Churches. You can take pictures inside the Churches but please be discrete about it.

  • Water sports

    If you want adrenaline rush, you can go to CAMSUR's CWC (Camsur Watersports Center). It's a man-made lake wherein you can try wakeboarding. They also have villas that offers massage if you have relaxation in mind.

  • Walk along freely

    There's so much to discover here...the nearby school (Sta. Isabel)...the neighboring seminary...the Archbishop's palace (Good Shepherd)...a park where you can have a picnic...a wide jogging ground....a romantic nook...etcetera, etcetera.

  • Our Lady of Penafrancia Museum

    The museum is where religious artifacts collected through the years in commemoration of the yearly Feast of the Our Lady of Penafrancia. The museum is located by the river since it serves also as the garage of the massive boat that carries the Our Lady of Penafrancia for the fluvial parade along the Naga River.

  • Basilica Minore Nuestra Senora de...

    Pia and I had a wonderful experience at the Basilica Minore of Our Lady of Penafrancia. We just walked from the Sisters of the Little Mission for the Deaf Naga Chapter Convent to the Basilica (but when we were near there, Daddy Boyet gave us a ride). Upon arrival, we visited and venerated Our Lady (take note, venerated, not adored or worshipped),...

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    Magsaysay Drive, Naga, 4400, Philippines

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    Matiway Street San Felipe Naga City, Naga, 4400

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