Discover the best top things to do in San Cristobal de La Laguna, Spain including Fundacion Cristino de Vera, One Day In Tenerife, Bubble Soccer Tenerife, Centro Historico de San Cristobal de la Laguna, Iglesia de la Concepcion, Bosque de Esperanza, Observatorio del Teide, Museo de Historia y Antropologia de Tenerife (Casa Lercaro), Santa Iglesia Cathedral, Plaza del Adelantado.
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The Fundacion Cristino de Vera- Espacio Cultural CajaCanarias contains the extraordinary collection of works donated by Cristino Vera (Tenerife, 1931), one of the most relevant artists of the Spanish Art of the 20th centuryThe building, the headquarters of the Fundación, located on a housing of the eighteenth century, preserves the traditional elements of Canary Islands architecture and constitutes a point of reference when you visit San Cristóbal de La Laguna, World Heritage City.
De Vera’s art is subtle and invites the viewer to contemplate mortality, the passage of time, seeing, and silence. If you have time, watch the 47-minute film about the artist. It is quite impressionistic and gives you an even greater appreciation of his work.
5 based on 353 reviews
Private tours focused on sightseeing, photography, gastronomy/winery and nature life in Tenerife, through a direct and personalized service.
My wife and I and another couple were on a cruise that stopped in Tenerife for 1 day. We developed an itinerary with Felix via email ahead of time and are very pleased with the entire experience. Felix was a an excellent guide. We tried...MoreHi to all of you! Thanks for the review. It was a different type of proposal but we made the tour. Greetings
5 based on 127 reviews
Futbol Burbuja Tenerife or "Bubble Soccer Tenerife" is a new way to play soocer. In this way all the players are into a bubble that cover them from the knees until their heads, that garrante the fun and they are protected. Is a new Sport and leisure activity new in Santa Cruz de Tenerife
We did see it for the first time live and we didn't wait...
It was just one group waiting and we manage to agree with them to match up...
Fun, different, energizing, enjoyable... All we hear was laugh all the time... Despite playing hard bubble on bubble... :))
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Can well see how La Laguna is a Unesco Heritage Site.
It is so well preserved it is like stepping back in time.
The vision of the elders was amazing.
While it has many shops the exteriors have been maintained in the old style.
It is a unique town well wort a visit
4.5 based on 271 reviews
This is vastly more interesting and inspiring than the nearby Catedral. It dates from 1511, though of course over the centuries there have been changes and additions. The ceilings in particular are breathaking. I am not religious but this building really instils a sense of awe. For the 2 euros entry fee you can also climb the bell tower and visit one other religious monument in La Laguna.
4.5 based on 80 reviews
Amazing example of the Canary Islands endemic pine tree forest. On your way up to El Teide National Park, you will drive through this beautiful forest which also includes other endemic flora and fauna species. The Canarian pine tree is quite resistant to forest fires and will normally sprout again after a winter's rain.
4 based on 409 reviews
Good trip and most interesting but you do need an overall knowledge of astronomy/science to gain the most from it and thus it is not suitable for children under 12 in my opinion as a past school teacher. Saw inside a giant Observatory dome and...MoreThank you for your review. We do not recommend the activity to children under 8 but will take your comment into consideration. Regards,
4.5 based on 120 reviews
This Museum´s permanent exhibition, in Casa Lercaro, is a journey through the history of the island, with the emphasis placed on the main economic and social milestones of the last few centuries. Inconclusive and provisional, as any representation of history inevitably has to be, this exhibition is, however, a synthetic approach to the social and cultural dimensions of the island’s past and of how it fits into the dynamics of the history of European expansion.
Interesting museum. Gives you a lot of the history of Tenerife but was surprised there was nothing much there regarding conquests and invasions i.e. Nelson's failed invasion. It is rather small but has interesting displays all round. Not mind boggling stuff but more in the quaint bracket.
Has-toilets, disabled facilities and cafe. Not sure regarding an elevator.
Signed in Spanish but there is an iPhone audio app. YOU HAVE TO FOLLOW THE MAP FOR AUDIO TO BE ACCURATE.
€5 entry & closed Mondays.
All in all a pleasant local museum with good facilities and interesting displays. Allow 1-2 hrs.
4 based on 167 reviews
5 euros entry very steep for what there is to see. You do have an audio handset issued. The church mostly dates from the early 20th century, with renovation work as late as 2014. However, there are several much older altarpieces and paintings, which are more interesting. You could easily give this a miss and go to the Iglesia de la Concepcion at the end of the street instead.
4 based on 127 reviews
Nice square to sit and meditate. Some good restaurants and bars nearby. Very close is the Casino La Laguna. Sit in their garden and have a cool drink in the summer. Or go down to the bar/restaurant area and have a meal from their excellent menu.
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