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La Laguna is together with La Orotava, one of the towns most worth a visit if you appreciate some genuine cultural experience during your vacations. It is not especially touristic since everyday life here depends very little on tourism. Before arriving to the old center...More
We wandered around this town for a couple hours. A lot of historic stuff - buildings, museums, etc. Many shops and a pedestrian walkway with all kinds of interesting places. We went into this costume museum - for free - showing how they dressed years...More
It's a small heritage town that you can walk around, with old buildings that used to be homes or government buildings where you can just walk in. There's a small blurb outside in three languages about each building. Very cute and quaint. There's a shopping...More
We took an cruise excursion to San Cristobal de la Laguna. We really enjoyed walking the pedestrian streets, looking at architecture, and enjoying a drink and snack at a local cafe. This area is very well preserved from the 15th and 16th century. Highly recommend....More
We took the tram to San Cristobal de la Laguna on a recent cruise call to Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The tram costs E1.35 for a single ride, tickets are available from machines at the tram stop and you validate the ticket on entry to...More
This town is easy to visit by tram from Santa Cruz. The entire town is very unique and authentic mainly from 15th and 16th century. Colourful and pictoresque. Notable old buildings with special character.
We stopped off for a visit on the way to Santa Cruz and were so pleased we did. The history of the town is all around, even having well known shops with historic facades. The streets are easy to walk through, with beautiful buildings and...More
I would rate this experience 'excellent' except for the fact that we had a guide who spoke poor English and couldn't explain most of what we saw which took away from the overall experience. I took many pictures and also of plaques and looked things...More