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Planning a trip to Las Palmas soon? Let the fun start today! Our free travel guide will tell you which sights to see, where the best shopping spots are and which local specialties you should definitely taste. Our guide is also packed with practical information and tips about public transportation, local habits, weather conditions and more.
Please note: due to corona measurements, opening times, prices and other specifics may temporarily be adjusted, while making reservations for visiting some sights might be mandatory.
Here are some tips from our travel guide to Las Palmas. You can download the full guide here.
1. Caldera de Bandama
A few kilometers south of the capital Las Palmas, you can enjoy a walk to the top of Pico de Bandama (about 600m high). At the top you will be rewarded with a magnificent view over the northeast of Gran Canaria and the old volcano crater Caldera de Bandama.
Aqualand is the largest water park in Gran Canaria and the ideal excursion on a hot day. There are several pools, slides and other water attractions. This is a perfect day trip for families with children!
3. Spot dolphins and whales
The Canary Islands are home to many groups of whales and dolphins. Make the most of your trip to La Palma on a 3-hour dolphin and whale watching adventure. A deep, open Atlantic Ocean and a rich seabed: these are the perfect conditions to see dolphins and whales swimming off the island of Gran Canaria. Make the most of your trip to Gran Canaria on a 3-hour adventure where you may spot about 30 different species. With a bit of luck the dolphins will treat you to their best tricks!