Las Palmas
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  • Gran Canaria: Customized Private Small-Group Tour

    1. Gran Canaria: Customized Private Small-Group Tour

    Our local and official guide will pick up your family or group at your hotel/address located on the island. It will depend on your wishes with how the itinerary is adapted for your desires, with full commentary about history, gastronomy like local wine or cheese and culture and museums always available for your selection. Gran Canaria is unique for its volcanic nature, mountains, vineyards and beaches, an eclectic array of scenery not to be missed. You will be part of a private tour with a maximum of 7 people, or you will also have the opportunity to choose a minibus if your group exceeds 8 passengers. The tour lasts about 8 hours, please inform previously of what you would like to include and what you would like to omit from the tour. There are normally two types of itineraries, combining culture, vineyards, mountains, which are placed at north and western areas. It is also possible ...

    My guide was Bruno. He was both knowledgeable and honest. I felt we really do two tours in one. I think the highlight for my husband was the coffee farm and winery. Mine was the visit to the town Teror. He mentioned he was married in the church there. Everywhere we went he had a connection. He was also able to answer related questions. All and all it was a good day.

  • Las Palmas: 3.5-Hour Full City Guided Taxi and Walking Tour

    2. Las Palmas: 3.5-Hour Full City Guided Taxi and Walking Tour

    Take a guided tour of the volcanic isle departing from the Port of Las Palmas to experience the stunning nature, buildings, and panoramic views of the island. Visit three hot spots where you can feel the lively heart of the city. The beach is like a city park that is active the whole day with tens of thousands of locals enjoying a nice walk along the promenade.   While enjoying the panoramic views over the bay, try to spot your ship. Visit a park filled with tropical flowers and plants, and see also the oldest hotel on the island. Then, you’ll visit the harbor where many people prepare to follow the route of Columbus. There will be a long stop in the Old Town where your guide will lead you through the colorful streets visiting key places and introducing friendly locals who work in the area. You may also have time for some museums or relaxing before heading back to the ship.   Alternat...

    Manuel was an excellent guide for our first visit to Las Palmas. He showed us a great variety of interesting aspects of the city and answered all our questions. Using taxis and walking was a perfect combination to see the city. Thoroughly recommended.

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What people are saying about Las Palmas

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 77 reviews

My guide was Bruno. He was both knowledgeable and honest. I felt we really do two tours in one. I think the highlight for my husband was the coffee farm and winery. Mine was the visit to the town Teror. He mentioned he was married in the church there. Everywhere we went he had a connection. He was also able to answer related questions. All and all it was a good day.

The tour with Bruno was the best that happened to us in Gran Canaria

Bruno was very competent : good planning in advance from his side. He showed us the most interesting parts of the island. New car, very relaxed driving, precise historical knowledge and a high level of intellectual conversation! Absulutely recommendable!

Manuel was an excellent guide for our first visit to Las Palmas. He showed us a great variety of interesting aspects of the city and answered all our questions. Using taxis and walking was a perfect combination to see the city. Thoroughly recommended.

Fran was a great guide! We got to see so many nice places throughout the day after chatting to Fran about what we wanted to see. This was perfect for our small group. I’d definitely recommend a visit to the coffee plantation.