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These are my go to places when I travel - to be in the center of a historic city and visit historic restaurants and bars. I really enjoyed walking around these streets during the day time and night. I really love how all the locals...More
Nice place to spend the day walking around and enjoying the architecture. The tourist bureau could have a little better walking tour information for people who enjoy that kind of thing. No problem covering the historic area in one day.
We loved walking around the old streets of the city and looking at the perfectly restored ancient buildings in the former capital of the Canary Islands, deservedly a UNESCO heritage site. Went by tram (only three stops) to the science museum, which is great for...More
city centre is ok, but i ve seen better. we have been here during a special town holiday when they take their saint Cristobal out from a tomb, took him for a short jog and put him back. all this ended up with some badass...More
Nice place man in tourist board at bus station very good, was let down, by bar we visited, also went get tram from ave Trinidad to santa cruz, could not work put how to pay, asked man.in tram office what do , was told to...More
We just visited the historical center of La Laguna today and we have spent a nice 3 hours walk along it's streets. I wouldn't necessarily day that it's a must visit as I don't think it will impress you with much but the cute little...More
Visited La Laguna and it's one of our fave towns of the trip and alot more interesting than Santa Cruz. We went there twice and the first time we went to a few buildings including the ruined church which the lady at Tourist Info highlighted...More