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Historic Quarter of San Juan in Telde

A visit to the old quarter of San Juan, in Telde, will take approximately two hours of our time, assuming you are interested in visiting the interior of the church...

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Historic Quarter of San Francisco in Telde

Our route through the historical quarter of San Francisco, in Telde, will take approximately 45 minutes.  Allow me to guide you around this quaint area…

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Historic Quarter of Teror

Our visit through the historic quarter of Teror will last approximately an hour and a quarter.  Each Sunday, a street market is held in the centre, so be prepared to spend longer here if you enjoy browsing!

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Historic Quarter of Agüimes

Our historic visit of the “Villa de Agüimes” (the Village of Agüimes) will last approximately one hour. Before we start our walk through Agüimes I would like to give you a brief outline of its history...

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Historic Quarter of Arucas

Our visit through the municipality of Arucas will take approximately three hours. It is recommended that if you visit here in the morning, you do so between 9.30am and 12.30pm, as these are the opening and closing times of the Church of San Juan Bautista (Saint John the Baptist)...

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Historic Quarter of Artenara

Our route through Artenara will last approximately 45 minutes, to which one must add a little more if you don’t want to miss out on a silent history lesson that the old nearby aboriginal settlement of Acusa has to tell us...

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Historic Quarter of Ingenio

The concern and respect of Ingenio towards its historic legacy, such as the important archaeological sites, its historic quarter or the cultural traditions in the form of handcrafting and customs are manifest in its well kept streets and in the care with which the flame of tradition is kept alive...

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The Route of Santa Brígida

Santa Brígida maintains its rural character, with a combined influx of new inhabitants proceeding mainly from the city of Las Palmas, and who have seen in this beautiful village the ideal place to live in tranquillity without giving up on the urban proximity of the capital.

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The Route of Tejeda

Tejeda: a municipality situated in the highest part of the Gran Canarian mountain region which, due to its distance from the capital, has maintained its traditions fresh and preserved its rural character.

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The Route of Gáldar

A tour along the streets of the old district of Galdar brings us to the epicentre of the island’s ancient history. No other place is better to understand the way of life of the aborigines and the social development that took place after the conquest.

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