city of the Philippines in the province of Camarines Sur

Naga is one of the largest and most important cities in the Bicol region, being its center of almost everything. It is the center of commerce in the province of Camarines Sur, and is the core of the organized Metro Naga.



Naga used to be known as Nueva Cáceres, after the city of the same name in Extremadura, Spain, and was one of the major cities during the Spanish rule in the Philippines.

It is home to the seat of the Archdiocese of Caceres, one of the oldest dioceses in the Philippines. The city is also the center of devotion to the Our Lady of Peñafrancia which is one of the largest Marian devotions in Asia.

Naga City is the economic, commercial, trade, tourism, medical, technological, religious, cultural, industrial, educational, financial, and social center of the Bicol Region. It is also Camarines Sur's most populous city. It is home to large international companies, high-rise hotels, and condominiums.

Known as the Convention City of Southern Luzon, Naga City is the cultural center of Bicol Region because of large convention centers, and most cultural food, festivals, and poetry are located in the city, as well as the second largest coliseum in the Philippines, the Jesse M. Robredo Coliseum.

Get in


By plane


Naga's airport (and the only one in Camarines Sur) is in Pili (WNP IATA), 15 km (9.3 mi) away. From the airport you need to walk 400 m (1,300 ft) to the main highway, where you can take a 30-minute jeepney or bus ride to get to the downtown, and costs ₱15. Cebgo flies to/from Cebu -Mactan Airport; Manila-Ninoy Aquino International Airport

Sunlight Air flies to/from Manila-Ninoy Aquino International Airport

By train

  • 1 Naga-PNR Station, PNR Road. Philippine National Railways (PNR) has two daily trips to nearby towns to the northwest, and one to Legazpi.  

By car


Naga City is 445 km (277 mi) by road from Manila, and is along Asian Highway 26.

By bus

  • 2 Bicol Central Terminal (Naga City Central Bus Terminal), Ninoy and Cory Avenue (Near SM City Naga). Open 24 hours.

Naga City has a good bus station, also the largest and busiest in the region. There are stalls selling local food and there are signs that direct you to bays serving buses that headed for a certain destination: e.g. to Manila, to Daet.

There are buses that travel to Naga City from Metro Manila via Lucena and the journey takes 8-10 hours.

By UV Express


There are UV Express vans which go to Naga from Legazpi (₱140), Daet (₱140) and Tabaco (₱180).

UV Express arrive and depart at these terminals:

  • 3 Eastbound Van and Multicab Terminal, Waling-Waling St, Naga City Subd, Triangulo. 5AM–6PM. Serves UV Express to destinations in Partido, Rinconada District, and Albay.
  • 4 Westbound Van Terminal, Felix Plazo St, Sabang (Near LCC Mall). 5AM–6PM. Serves UV Express to destinations in northwest Camarines Sur and Camarines Norte.

By ferry


To get to Virac in the Catanduanes Island you take a minivan from the Naga van terminal to Tabaco city (2 hours, ₱180). A fast ferry departs Tabaco port every day at noon. The ferry takes 1.5 hours and the fare is ₱330.

  • 5 Tabaco Port, Ligao-Tabaco Road. Open 24 hours.

Get around


Navigating Naga is easy by car. Public transportation is provided by pedicabs, jeepneys and tricycles (motorcycles with a sidecar). Taxis are available.

Churches and monasteries

  • 1 Naga Metropolitan Cathedral. The oldest cathedral in southern Luzon. It was built in 1573, and was inaugurated in 1575. It is the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Caceres.    
  • 2 Our Lady of Peñafrancia Shrine, Penafrancia Avenue. The original home of Our Lady of Peñafrancia for two centuries. The church was constructed in 1711, as a gift by Rev. Miguel Robles de Covarrubias, the man that brought the devotion of Ina to the Bicol Region. Peñafrancia Shrine, as called by locals, marks the starting point of the Traslacion, or the transfer of the Image of Ina from the Peñafrancia Shrine to the Naga Metropolitan Cathedral.    
  • 3 Basilica of Our Lady Of Peñafrancia, Basilica Road. Established in 1985, it is the new home of Our Lady of Peñafrancia where the Traslacion starts when her image is led into procession around the city streets then brought to the cathedral.  
  • 4 San Francisco Church de Naga, Penafrancia Avenue. Established in 1578, it is the first church in the region built by the Franciscan Friars. The surrender of the Spanish forces to the Bikol revolutionaries Elias Angeles and Felix Plazo took place here on September 18, 1896. The church was reduced to rubble by the heavy bombing of Naga in World War II, and the church remained in ruins until the present new edifice was constructed.
  • 5 Parish Of St. Jude Thaddeus, Almeda Highway corner West Drive.
  • 6 Our Lady of Mount Carmel Monastery, Carmelite Road. Residence of Carmelite nuns in the Bicol region.
  • 7 Holy Rosary Minor Seminary and Museum, Santa Cruz Street. Oldest seminary in the Bicol Region, it houses the old paraphernalia, and items used by the old Catholic Church, including the documents of Our Lady of Peñafrancia’s verified devotion, and coronation. The Holy Rosary Minor Seminary was built during the time of Bishop Francisco Gainza. It is historical building. Most of its students became the pillars of the Church heirarchy as well as civic leaders.    
  • 8 Holy Rosary Major Seminary and Church, Almeda Highway. 8AM–5PM. The largest seminary in the Bicol Region.
  • 9 Our Lady of The Immaculate Conception Parish, Magsaysay Avenue.
  • 10 Christ the King Church Naga, Pedro Santos Ave. Solemn chapel inside the campus just a short distance from the city's main cathedral. The interior is light and airy but for me, the most interesting is the portrayal of Jesus' image stylized as Filipino/Bicolano in the stained glass windows.
  • 11 Holy Cross Parish - Naga, Biak Na Bato.

Natural attractions

Malabsay Falls
  • 12 Mount Isarog, Calabanga. Open 24 hours. A dormant volcano and a national park open for trekking and mountain biking. Rising 2,000 meters above sea level, this active stratovolcano features forests, waterfalls & hiking.    
  • 13 Malabsay Falls, Panicuason Road, Mount Isarog National Park. Open 24 hours. A waterfall near Mt. Isarog. It can be accessed by hiking in the Panicuason trail or through the Stonehouse Gardens Resort. Accessed by a trail, this picturesque waterfall is a popular destination for relaxing & swimming.
  • 14 Nabontolan Falls, Mount Isarog National Park. Open 24 hours. Rests within the protected area of Mt. Isarog National Park and accessible through the Panicuason trail, this waterfall offers a breathtaking refuge from the busy city life and allows one to commune with nature. It is seldom visited by mountain climbers, hikers and picnic-goers because of its rough trail.
  • 15 Naga City Ecology Park, Parkview Village. 8AM–6PM. An ecological park in Brgy. San Felipe, at the foot of Mount Isarog. It is a five-hectare sprawl of tropical greenery, the park showcases various exotic plants, palms, an eco-walk maze, topiary garden, an orchid and mini-forest. Walkways, lawns, and pavilions provides for family picnics, stroll, and undisturbed appreciation of nature's beauty.
  • 16 Panicuason Hot Springs Resort, Panicuason Road (30 minutes from the city proper). Hot springs attraction in the city. Located at the bottom of a forest river ravine accessible via a private road, this resort is smack at the center of the teeming rain forest of Mt. Isarog. The resort is a sight to behold, a virtual jungle paradise of ancient trees and giant ferns minus the wild animals. The resort is composed of several natural pools with temperatures ranging from a cold 20°C to a steaming 39°C. Frequented by local and international visitors, it has also been featured on national TV shows.


  • 17 Haciendas De Naga, Nursery Road. It is a master-planned resort community designed by renowned green development architect, Felino Palafox, Jr. The resort offers a golf course, adventure park, and a variety of accommodations.
  • 18 Spring Valley Hotel & Resort, #4400 Del Rosario - Cararayan Road.
  • 19 Penafrancia Resort, Inc., Panicuason Road. It is one of the oldest resorts in the city. Since its development in 1970, it has maintained its services and reputation in the city as one of the first resorts in Naga. Great resort that is good for Retreats, Reunions and other activities, almost pure fresh water..there are many pools fit for all ages.
  • 20 Kayumanggi Resort, Pacol Road.

Historical landmarks

  • Calle Via Gainza, now Peñafrancia Avenue, used to be known as Via Gainza in honor of Bishop Francisco Gainza, O.P. (1863–1879), the 25th and considered as the greatest Spanish bishop of the See of Caceres.
  • Calle Real, now Elias Angeles Street, was one of the earliest streets in Spanish Nueva Caceres laid out at the close of the 16th century. The street figured as a historic backdrop to the events of September 1898, which established the Filipino revolutionary government headed by Elias Angeles.
  • Calle de Legazpi at the western portion of Panganiban Drive, was established in 1839 after the Naga River was straightened as a short cut from Calle Real to the new western bank of the river.
  • Casa Real site on General Luna Street. The Casa Real, the government building of Nueva Caceres, was established at this location in 1588.
  • Casa Tribunal site on Elias Angeles Street was the original site of the Casa Tribunal or "common house" which provided free rooms to travelers until 1839.
  • Casino Español site at the corner Elias Angeles and Arana Street, was the location of Casino Español, a spacious building of piedra china and wood that served as the social and recreational center of the male Spanish population of Nueva Caceres and neighboring towns.
  • House of Tomas Prieto site at the corner Panganiban Drive and Peñafrancia Avenue was the home of the Bicolano martyr, Tomas Prieto, who was executed on January 4, 1897 at the Bagumbayan Field in Manila together with ten others, collectively known as the "Bicol Martyrs."
  • The Naga City Police Station on Barlin Street was the site of the Cuartel General of the Guardia Civil in Camarines that was constructed in 1870, but was razed by fire caused by faulty electrical wiring.
  • Puente de Naga, now Lt. Delfin Rosales Bridge, the massively designed concrete bridge was constructed in 1847 and was known as Puente de Naga, and until the 1920s when the bridge was renamed in honor of Bicolano Jose Maria Panganiban. It was renamed again in 1989, to honor Lt. Delfin C. Rosales in World War II, during the battle for Naga in April 1945.


Plaza de Nueva Caceres
  • 21 Fr. Miguel Robles De Covarrubias Monument, Penafrancia Avenue. Open 24 hours. It is a monument in the plaza of Our Lady of Peñafrancia Shrine, the old home of Our Lady of Peñafrancia. It was constructed, along with the stage, to commemorate the 300 years of the Our Lady of Peñafrancia, the patroness of Bicolandia. It also depicts of how Fr. Miguel Robles de Covarrubias brought Ina to the Bicolanos.
  • 22 Nueva Caseres Plaza (Oragon Monument), General Luna Street. Open 24 hours. Also known as the Oragon Monument, is a monument constructed by the local government of Naga City to commemorate Naga City's long history, and its charter anniversaries. The monument depicts Nueva Caceres during the Spanish Period. The yearly foundation day of Nueva Caceres is held in the monument. (updated Oct 2023 Free.
  • 23 A La Virgen Milagrosa Monumento (Infantil de la Milagrosa Monument), Bagumbayan Sur Road. Open 24 hours. In front of the Universidad de Santa Isabel is a historic monument built by the Daughters of Charity that is the management of the Universidad de Santa Isabel and is a major component of Catholic life. The monument commemorates the thanksgiving of the nuns after World War II in which that they were saved from the impending danger. Free.
  • 24 Sto. Niño Monument, Santo Nino Memorial Park, Balagtas Road (inside the Parish of the Immaculate Conception). It is a monument located It is a monument unveiled by the Archdiocese of Caceres to commemorate the patronage of Santo Niño in the Archdiocese, being centered in the parish.
  • 25 Jesse Robredo Monument, Naga Civic Center, Taal Avenue (in NHCP Museo ni Jesse Robredo). Open 24 hours. His burial site us at Eternal Gardens Naga City at Balatas Road where the Peñafrancia Basilica Minore is located and near to the monument. It is a commemorative monument to honor the late Jesse Robredo who was Naga City Mayor from 1988 to 2009. He was a great example of good governance in the country.
  • 26 Jose Maria Panganiban Monument, Naga Central Road (in Naga Central School I). Open 24 hours. It is a monument dedicated to the Bicolano hero Jose Maria Panganiban, who was an active member of the La Solidaridad Propaganda movement during the waning days of Spanish Colonial Rule.  
  • 27 Quince Martires Plaza, Peñafrancia Street. Open 24 hours. It is the monument at the heart of Naga's Central Business District I. It commemorates the martyrdom of 15 people from Naga who oppose Spanish Regime. It was on January 4, 1897 or barely 5 days after the National Hero –Dr. Jose P. Rizal – was executed when the 11 prisoners from Bicol were also executed on the same field in Bagumabayan (now Luneta). The four others had either died in prison as a result of torture or while in exile in the island of Fernando Poo (or Fernando Pó), off the coast of Africa. The monument was built on November 29, 1926 during the American occupancy.
  • 28 Padre Jorge Barlin Plaza, Barlin Street. Open 24 hours. It is the only monument constructed to commemorate Bishop Jorge Barlin, the first Filipino bishop, which was from Baao, Camarines Sur.
  • 29 Plaza Quezon, General Luna Street. Open 24 hours. It is the largest plaza in Naga City. It is where the Regional Civic Parade, Voyadores Festival, Military Parade are done in September during the festivities of Our Lady of Peñafrancia. It is also where international artists and showbiz caravans are held when visiting the city.
  • 30 Plaza Rizal, General Luna Street. Open 24 hours. is the oldest plaza and monument in Naga City. It is the centerpiece of the Rizal Park which was the former park of the old Camarines Sur Provincial Capitol. It has Jose Rizal and some angels in the monument. Majority of trade fairs held in the city are sometimes done in the plaza. The plaza is also adjacent to the Plaza Quezon. Free.


Bicol Science Centrum
  • The Holy Rosary Minor Seminary Museum showcases Bicol's ancient relics and artifacts like burial jars, ancient china wares, rare stones and ritual objects. The museum also features local church history where old Church vestiges and sacred objects are displayed.
  • The Penafrañcia Museum contains sacred vestiges related to Marian devotion to Our Lady of Peñafrancia.
  • The University of Nueva Caceres Museum is one of the oldest museums outside Manila and recognized by the International Association of Museum. It houses historical artifacts of the ancient Bikol, its people and culture.
  • Bicol Science and Technology Centrum is a science museum established in 1993 in partnership with the Department of Science and Technology to cater to the science and technology education for the young, professionals, teachers andenthusiasts alike. It features an exhibit of interactive gadgets, a skywatch gallery, a sci-cubby hole for the kids, an audio-visual room and a cybercafé for internet users.
  • The Naga City Art Gallery, established by the Salingoy Art Group in partnership with the Naga City government, houses traditional and contemporary art works of Bicolano artists.
  • The Mariel Daculoo's Art Gallery, was established by American friar named Fr. Kris B. Amador in 2014 in partnership with the 555 yuna foundation, Their gallery are more about ancient, nature, etc.
  • Naga City Civic Center Swimming pool fee ₱20 per person. Cottages ₱75.
  • Wakeboarding at Camarines Sur Watersports Complex (CWC)
  • The Panicuason Hot Springs, in Barangay Panicuason, is a 15-minute drive up Mt. Isarog's slopes. There are about five pools with different temperatures, which are surrounded by lush foliage of a tropical rainforest.
  • 2 LCC Mall Naga City, Felix Plazo Street. 10AM–7PM. The Mall is recovering from its customers that previously lost due to the opening of SM. They have now a lot in the store having shopping. Likewise tenants are also improving which means that they are recovering.
  • 3 ALDP Plaza Mall, Diversion Road, Barangay Triangulo. 9AM–7PM.
  • 4 Robinsons Naga, Roxas Avenue corner Almeda Highway. 10AM–9PM.  
  • 5 Yashano Mall Naga, Roxas Avenue. 9:30AM–8PM.
  • 6 Naga City People's Mall (Market), J. Hernandez Avenue. 7AM–8PM. The place to go for Pasalubong.
  • 7 Novo Naga, Padian Street. 9AM–8PM.
  • 8 UNITOP-Naga, Elias Angeles Street. 8AM–8PM.
  • 9 SM City Naga, Ninoy and Cory Avenue. 10AM–9PM.




  • 6 Anselmo's, Everlasting Street, Brgy. Triangulo. 10:30AM–9PM.
  • 7 Triboo Grill, #32 Mayon Avenue. 9AM–9PM. Filipino restaurant.
  • 8 Chef Buster Cuisine, Blumentritt Street. 10AM–11:30PM. Great food! Affordable price. A must-try restobar when you're in Naga City. Their meals are delicious and reasonably priced. Chef Buster's All Meat Pizza is a must-try. Rice Meals, Sizzling Platter meals, Pizza and Fruit Shakes are all delicious. They also serve beer which is great with pizza. Thank you Chef Buster for the great food.
  • 9 Bamboombayan Chicken, #50 Mother Francesca Street. 10AM–10PM.
  • 10 Burgbox, #16-A Ateneo Avenue. 11AM–9PM. The burgers in BurgBox are unique and outrageously delicious. From the fresh ingredients to the juicy meat, it is one of the best burger places in Naga City.
  • 11 Soi Satay, Sierra Madre Street. 11AM–9:30PM. Malaysian food and Thai food restaurant.
  • 12 Kayceelicious Cakes and Pastries, Mayon Avenue corner Sierra Madre Street. 9AM–9PM.
  • 13 Your Little Corner Bakery & Store, Taal Avenue corner Bulusan Street. 5AM–7PM.
  • 14 Risourdough, 1 Dover Street. 2PM–6 PM.
  • 15 Tapsi Terminal, #48-D JJ Compound, Magsaysay Avenue. 9AM–9PM. If you are looking for a budget friendly restaurant, you are in the right place. They have unli soup and man there cucumber pitcher serving size can accommodate 5 persons! The location is also strategic, the ambiance is okay.
  • 16 Papa Bert’s Food House, #77 Riverside Street. 5–10PM. Barbecue restaurant.
  • 17 Bob Marlin - Naga City, Magsaysay Avenue. 11AM–9PM. Crispy Pata/Tofu/Sisig and other Filipino foods.
  • 18 BIGGS BMC, J Miranda Avenue. 7AM–9PM. American food restaurant.


  • 19 Taste of Spice, Naga, Mayon Avenue. 11AM–10PM. Internationl food restaurant.
  • 20 Feliciana Kuchen, #3 Dover Street. 11AM–2PM; 5PM–10PM. Crab Mango Wrap, Beef Nachos, Crispy Fried Chicken, Chicken Wings, Lemon Butter Sauce, Stir Fried Prawn, Banana Shake, Seafood Tomato Pasta, Pumpkin Soup, Balsamic Vinaigrette Salad, Rice Platter, Fresh Cucumber Juice, Pork BBQ w Natong, Pot Roast, Shrimp Sinigang, Squid Salpicao, Baby Back Ribs.
  • 21 Parrilla Vaca! Bar•Grill, Magsaysay Avenue. 12–10PM.
  • 22 Seoul199, Block 19, Lot, #14 Magsaysay Avenue. 12–11PM. Korean food restaurant.
  • 23 Starmark Cafe at Royale Emelina, J Miranda Avenue. 9AM–9PM. Rice meals, Beef Yakiniku, the crispy pork Tonkatsu, beef teriyaki, and had a taste also of their fish fillet in a lemon sauce, it is so yummy and pleasant to the mouth. As for the drinks it's all okay too.
  • 24 Boodle House by Carlos, Magsaysay Avenue. 7AM-11AM. Unli breakfast Buffet.






  • 1 Sampaguita Tourist Inn 1, Panganiban Drive, +63 54 4732158. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon. Fan/a.c. single/double rooms with own bathroom and cable TV. Good clean budget place. Free wifi ground floor.
  • 2 Golden Leaf Hotel, Misericordia Street, +63 54 472-6507. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon. Fan single/double with own bathroom and cable TV. ₱350/₱450.
  • 3 Sunny View Hotel, Panganiban Drive, +63 54 4738771. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: 11AM. Single/double AC/fan rooms with own bathroom.
  • 4 Sampaguita Tourist Inn 3, #40 Magsaysay Avenue, +63 54 4728627. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon. Fan/ac single/double rooms with own bathroom and cable TV. Free wifi ground floor.
  • 5 Matt Tourist Inn, #32 Panganiban Drive, +63 54 8111654. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon. Fan single/double room with own bathroom, cable TV, free wifi.
  • 6 Sampaguita Tourist Inn Riverside, P. Burgos Street, +63 54 4738896. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon. Fan/ac single/double rooms with own bathroom, cable TV, free wifi on ground floor.
  • 7 South Poolside Tourist Inn, Mayon Avenue corner Bonifacio Street (in front of nag city montessori school), +63 999 464 2695. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon. All rooms are air conditioned with free wifi, flat screen cable TV and hot water. Also has a swimming pool.
  • 8 RedDoorz near Colgante Bridge Naga City, #75 Blumentritt Street. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon.
  • 9 The Teapot Hotel, Peñafrancia Avenue, Corner Dimasalang Street. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon.


  • 10 Avenue Plaza Hotel, Magsaysay Ave, +63 54 473-9999. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon. This hotel has more facilities than most hotels in Camarines Sur. It has gym, sauna and function rooms. ₱3,000++.
  • 11 Summit Hotel Naga, Robinsons Place Naga Complex, Almeda Hwy, Brgy. Triangulo. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: 11AM.
  • 12 Robertson Hotel Naga, J. Miranda Street. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon.
  • 13 Rusville Hotel & Residences, Dayangdang Street. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon.
  • 14 The Starmark Hotel, Diaz St., corner Peñafrancia Avenue, Barangay San Francisco. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon.
  • 15 NagaLand Hotel, #61 Elias Angeles Street. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon. ₱1,500.
  • 16 New Crown Hotel, Elias Angeles corner P. Burgos Streets. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon.
  • 17 Naga Regent Hotel, Elias Angeles Street. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon.
  • 18 CBD Plaza Hotel, Check-in: 3PM, check-out: noon.
  • 19 Go Hotels Plus Naga, Robinsons Place Naga Complex Almeda Highway, Roxas Ave, Brgy. Triangulo. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon.
  • 20 Centro Square (Dormitel), #70 Peñafrancia Street. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon.


  • 21 Villa Caceres Hotel, Magsaysay Avenue. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon.
  • 22 The Litton Hotel, Magsaysay Avenue corner Catmon II Street. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: 11AM. ₱4,000++.
  • 23 El Sancho Hotel, #18 J. Miranda Avenue. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon. ₱3,500-₱5,000.
  • 24 Primus Hotel & Resort, KM9 Pacol Road. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon. ₱3,000-₱5,000.


  • Internet cafes. 24 hours. All over Naga. from ₱10.

Stay healthy

  • Bicol Medical Center. DOH Hospital. BMC Road, Concepcion Pequeña, Naga City. phone +63 54-4723434.
  • Social Hygiene Clinic. City Health office. City hall Compound. free STD/HIV testing.


  • Bureau of Immigration Naga Office. 2nd Floor. Phonecian Building. Panganiban Drive. Corner of Isarog Street.

Go next

  • Daet
  • Virac
  • Legazpi City
  • Lucena
  • As the center of commerce in Camarines Sur, Naga City serves as the hub for other cities and municipalities in the province. The Central Bus Terminal offers one the means to get to other areas of Camarines Sur. One may take buses or filcabs. Buses make frequent stops to every town they pass through to pick up passengers. Filcabs are vans whose original seats are removed and refitted to accommodate more passengers. They are usually faster way to get to your destination but they have a practice of filling up all the seats before they leave.
  • Buses from Naga City to Manila normally start from 5:30AM. Ask to be routed through Pasay City or nearby EDSA for more convenient travel to downtown Manila.
Routes through Naga
SipocotLibmanan  N   S  IrigaLegazpi
LucenaSipocot  N   S  END (planned extension of service to Legazpi)
LucenaSipocot  N   S  IrigaLigao
LucenaMilaor  N   S  PiliLegazpi City (via Daraga)

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