Naga Metropolitan Cathedral - Camarines Sur Attractions

Naga Metropolitan Cathedral

Constructed in 1816 to 1831, the Cathedral was the seat of the Archiodecese of Caceres which encompassed the six Bicol provinces, it is the biggest church in the Region.

How to get there

Naga City in Camarines Sur is accessible from Manila via the scenic Pan-Philippine Highway. Air-conditioned coaches plyin the Manila to Naga route leave the Araneta Center at 30 minutes intervals startin at about 4 p.m. thru 9:30 p.m. daily. For tourists coming from the Ermita Center, another set of air-conditioned buses, can take you through the same route to Naga.

By Air

Naga City can also be reached by plane through the Pili airport. Philippine airlines and Asian Spirit for traveler eager to reach Camarines Sur faster.


Events Related to Naga Metropolitan Cathedral

Kamundagan Festival
Kaogma Festival
Penafrancia Festival
Santacruzan Festival
Voyadores Festival

Attractions Related to Naga Metropolitan Cathedral

Inarihan Dam
Malabsay Falls
Malabsay Falls Ecology Park
Malacsay Falls
Museo del Seminario Conciliar de Nueva Caceres
Naga City Ecology Park
Our Lady of Penafrancia Museum
University of Nueva Caceres Museum