This Santa Cruz and La Laguna Tour starts with a panoramic walk of the capital of Tenerife, guided by an official local tour guide. Make your way through the characteristic streets of the city seeing the most important monuments and sights. During the second part of the visit the group will reach the nearby village of La Laguna, declared in 1999 by UNESCO as a World Heritage City.
The tour starts from La Rambla de Santa Cruz, a perfect place to feel the vibe of this city. Our expert tour guide will show you Iglesia de la Concepción (the first Catholic Church in Tenerife after the conquer), Plaza de la Candelaria, Iglesia de San Francisco, giving you many historical knowledge about them. Nuestra Señora de África food market will be the last stop before lunch. There visitors will have the chance to taste some of the best Canarian products, such as gofio, cheeses and wines.
After a short lunch break, the tour continues with 20 minutes drive to La Laguna. This ancient village is incredible quiet, but it hides many historical sights that make it an UNESCO heritage city. First of all, you will see Plaza del Adelantado square and Ermita de San Miguel, from 1506, where the first meeting of Tenerife council was held. Santa Catalina de Siena monastery, Palacio de Nava, Catedral de San Cristobal, Casa del Corregidor and Nuestra Señora de la Concepción church are the next stops of the visit.
This tour does not require a high amount of walking or wheeling, and it can also be completely tailor-made based on each person preferences. The itinerary also avoids steps and it follows a mostly flat path along the Tour.
Meeting point: Hotel or Cruise Pick-up or Other
Starting time: Flexible
Duration: 8 hours
No penalty if cancelling at least 14 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure
50 percent fee if you cancel between 7 and 14 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure
100 percent fee if you cancel within 7 day(s) of the scheduled departure
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