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Las mejores actividades en Tenerife

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Water Park
“Largest Water Park in Europe. Large shopping centre with bars & restaurants”
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Centro comercial
“Great shopping mall 15 mins drive from the villa, with all major Spanish High street brands, supermarket and children's entertainment area”
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Parque
“One of the most incredible and iconic places in Tenerife. Stunning scenery and breath taking views.”
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Zoo
“Loro Parque is the world-famous and adored by all animal adventure park in the Canaries. Includes aquarium, dolphin, parrots and killer whales show. Great with kids but also for adults. Awarded by TripAdvisor as one of the best zoos in the world. Respects all the animal welfare laws.”
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Volcano
“Great experience in the morning: Hiked up all the way to the top of Mount Teide, Spain's tallest peak (3,718 m / 12,220 ft) on the Canary Island of Tenerife. Sunrise at 7:58 am was absolutely stunning!!! We started the tour at 2:45 am in total darkness at 2,220 m / 7,220 ft above sea level. Quite a lovely hike - apart from the last bit which is very steep and quite challenging at this altitude. -10°C / 14°F at top. Back at sea level now with lovely 21°C / 70°F. Full disclosure: I was totally wrecked and so unable to move..”
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Bar de playa
$$$
“Laid back chill out music, from 11 to 24.00 daily. For a well heeled crowd and pre clubbers. Best beach music party venue. Taking in a cocktail or too and in the spacious, area with comfortable seating . Happy hour for cocktails between 4 and 6 .”
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Amphitheater
“Dubbed the ‘Sydney of the Atlantic’, The Auditorio de Tenerife has become the island’s architectural icon, and is the most photographed view in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The brainchild of architect Santiago Calatrava Valls, the ambitious structure features a huge wave-like arch that appears to defy gravity. It becomes particularly impressive at night when it is lit with bright white light. Home to the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra, it also has ballets, dance shows, musical, operas, comedy and gospel concerts. You can grab tickets for as little as €5.”
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Beach
“White sand beach with very still waters – a 10-minute drive from Santa Cruz. Perfect for families. Drive to Santa Cruz and follow the signs towards San Andres. There is also a bus from Santa Cruz to San Andres. There are lots of great places to eat in San Andres too inside the town. ”
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Cine
“great architecture, visit the the exhibitions and have a break at the cafeteria downstairs ”
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Museum
“Located in the old Civil Hospital of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, it is an unusual project that brings together under the same name the Museum of Natural Sciences of Tenerife, the Archaeological Museum of Tenerife and the Canary Institute of Bioanthropology - created in 1993 to investigate fields such as human paleobiology and paleopathology, forensic anthropology and genetics.”
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Village
“One of the hidden gems in Tenerife. If you like hiking - this is not to be missed. It's absolutely stunning!”
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Water Park
“Water park, more recommended for smaller children. There you can watch also dolphins show ”
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Parque
“The Anaga Rural Park occupies a large part of the mountain massif located in the northeast corner of the Island of Tenerife. With an extension close to 14,500 hectares, it covers an important part of the island of Tenerife and extends through the municipalities of La Laguna, Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Tegueste.”
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Centro comercial
“Mainly designer shops but also a few more affordable ones on the lower level. Good for window shopping and people watching :)”
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Lake
“Das vom Architekten César Manrique gestaltete größte Meerwasserfreibad Europas erstreckt sich von der Playa Martiánez im Osten vorbei an vielen Hotels, Bars, Cafés und Geschäften bis hin zum Paseo de San Telmo. Zahlreiche Badelandschaften auf 33 000 qm mit Wasserfontänen, eingebaut in Lavagestein, bieten v.a. Kindern ein angenehmes Planschvergnügen. Öffnungszeiten: 10 - 19 Uhr, Eintritt: € 5,50, Kinder: die Hälfte”
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Administrative Area Level 4
“San Cristóbal de La Laguna (commonly known as La Laguna) is the second-most populous city of the island. La Laguna's historical center was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999. The city was the ancient capital of the Canary Islands, and lies right alongside the Santa Cruz, thus the two cities form a single large urban center, linked by tram. The city is home to the University of La Laguna and is considered to be the cultural capital of the Canary Islands. In this city one finds the legendary house of the spectre of Catalina Lercaro, as well as the incorrupt body of Sor María de Jesús, and the Cristo de La Laguna. Another emblematic building of the city is the Cathedral.”
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