Plaza Libertad is a historic plaza located in the heart of Iloilo City Proper, the downtown district, at the southeastern end of Calle Real. It is where the flag of the first Philippine Republic was raised in triumph after Spain surrendered Iloilo, her last capital in the Philippines, to the revolutionary forces led by Gen. Martin Delgado on December 25, 1898.

It is surrounded of many of the city’s famous landmarks including San Jose Church, Iloilo City Hall, the Masonic Temple, and the Lacson clan ancestral house.

How to Get There

Plaza Libertad is located on the intersection of J.M. Basa, De la Rama, and Zamora Streets in City Proper, Iloilo City. Getting there is easy by taxi or jeepney. You may ride these, jeepney routes that go to the plaza or pass near it: Jaro CPU, City Proper, Molo Baluarte.

plaza libertad iloilo

plaza libertad iloilo

plaza libertad iloilo

Plaza Libertad is a historic plaza located in the heart of Iloilo City Proper, the downtown district, at the southeastern end of Calle Real. It is where the flag of the first Philippine Republic was raised in triumph after Spain surrendered Iloilo, her last capital in the Philippines, to the revolutionary forces led by Gen. Martin Delgado on December 25, 1898.

It is surrounded of many of the city’s famous landmarks including San Jose Church, Iloilo City Hall, the Masonic Temple, and the Lacson clan ancestral house.

How to Get There

Plaza Libertad is located on the intersection of J.M. Basa, De la Rama, and Zamora Streets in City Proper, Iloilo City. Getting there is easy by taxi or jeepney. You may ride these, jeepney routes that go to the plaza or pass near it: Jaro CPU, City Proper, Molo Baluarte.

plaza libertad iloilo

plaza libertad iloilo

plaza libertad iloilo