The National Shrine of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage is the primary landmark of Antipolo City. It is the first dome-type church in the Philippines. The Antipolo Cathedral is seat of Diocese-4th and present Bishop, the Most Rev. Francis Mendoza De Leon. The shrine is visited by thousands of devotees every year, especially during the Pilgrimage Season (May to July).
Majestically set on the highest peak of Pinagmisahan Hills, the cross serves as a reminder of the saving grace of God when the image of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage was brought to this place for a Holy Mass to save the people from the deadly Cholera plague. Since then, the image is brought to the same spot every year, signaling the start of the Pilgrimage Season. The area is now called ―Via Dolorosa with life-size Stations of the Cross.
HinulugangTaktak is part of Antipolo natural and cultural heritage. Legend has it that a large church bell was thrown in the waterfalls to get rid of the harsh and unbearably loud sound that it produces during Angelus. This explains the name ―HinulugangTaktak, it means the place where the bell was dropped. The place is famous for its alluring view of natural formation and the energetic sparks of water which is conducive for physical and spiritual cleaning.
Boso-Boso Church was built by Franciscan missionaries in 1578, before the Spanish colonization in Antipolo era, making it the oldest church in Antipolo. The church is also part of Jose Rizal‘s 2nd novel, ―El-Filibusterismo.
A venue for sports activities, expos, exhibitions and large gatherings. It can accommodate up to 7,000 delegates with wide ground for parking and other outdoor activities. It is an alternative venue for PBA games, boxing matches and concerts.
Located along Sumulong Highway. This long stretch allows a panoramic view of the metropolis, Laguna and Tagaytay areas especially during nights. It was coined as Antipolo’s Manila by Night, while others call it Eagle’s Nest. Over Looking offers world-class restaurants and bars.