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A beautiful plaza, when I visited the children from a local school were using the plaza for a game of football. At the east end is the main facade of St Ana's Cathedral where you can pay to go up in a lift to the...More
Most people come to this square to see the cathedral and it’s well worth a visit. A very calming place with a lovely atmosphere. Opposite the cathedral is the town hall, which does tours on sundays, we missed that but would have liked to have...More
This beautiful plaza with its magnificent buildings depicts some of the nicest houses of the 17th and 18th century in Las Palmas with Spanish style architecture. The facades are intriguing and colorful, and on a sunny day makes one cheerful by just being there. Lovely...More
This is a pleasant little plaza outside Santa Ana cathedral. There are benches around the plaza and usually, some are in the shade. On the plaza, is a tapas bar with outdoor seating. The road leading to the plaza has a good selection of bars,...More
This historic square is located in the heart of Vegueta (Old Town). Eight bronze dogs are the guardians of this plaza, built on the early sixteenth century.
Many important buildings are located here: the twin-towered Santa Ana Cathedral, the Palacio Episcopal (Bishop’s Palace) and the...More
Simple plaza with varied architecture( traditional, and Art Nouveau) at the top the Town Hall ( worth checking to see if tours are on to see inside) and cathedral at bottom. Many tourists hang around large green painted metal dogs!