For 7 days’ orders we deliver a car for free in any point of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. For orders less than 7 days delivery service is paid and the price can be about 10 euro at most depending on number of days and distance. For asking a delivery service in time and place suitable for you please contact us at least 24 hours before. In other case we can’t guarantee it due to your conditions. Santa Cruz is a capital not only of the island but of the whole province. Like in every capital you won’t see a lot of tourists. The city consists mostly of the big modern buildings and the big labyrinth of shopping streets and commercial or business centers. One of the interesting place is Plaza de España. The city center has a number of pedestrianized streets that are always bustling with life, making them great for all kinds of shopping. Its most emblematic historical buildings stand side-by-side with contemporary architectural masterpieces. In the center there is the Market of Our Senora of Africa, is the main market in the Tenerife Capital and offers the residents of Santa Cruz and its visitors a huge range of quality products. It has a modern commercial annex, which is open on Sundays and has free parking for customers.
One of the most interesting place is Plaza de España. It was founded in 1929 where the castle of San Cristóbal used to stand. It lies in-between Calle del Castillo and the port, by Alameda del Duque de Santa Elena. This is the largest square in the city and it’s known like a main square of the island. The size of the square is 5026 m2. Opposite the square are the offices of Tenerife’s Regional Council.
Palmetum — is one more important sightseeing in Tenerife. It is a twelve-hectare botanical garden specializing in palm trees. The best collection of palm trees anywhere in Europe among streams, lakes and waterfalls. The park is divided in several zones: Cuba, Caribe, Madagascar in one day you can visit different parts of the world and to see more than 400 plants, many of them are very rare. It was opened in 2013 and occupy 12 hectares. The Palmetum is situated in the center of the capital and it has transformed a rubbish tip into an area for leisure and arboreal culture.
From 10:00 am to 6:00 pm (gates close at 5:00pm)
Adult non-resident — 6€
Child non-resident — 2.80€ under 12 years
Child under 2 — free
The Auditorio de Tenerife — one of the best known building in Spain. Designed by architect Santiago Calatrava, it is located on the Avenue of the Constitution in the Canarian capital, Construction began in 1997 and was completed in 2003.
Close to the Auditorio there are The Torres de Santa Cruz is a residential complex composed of the twin towers. They were designed by Canarian architect Julian Valladares, and were built in the period
The Monument “Fallen Angel” — is a massive monument located in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The figure that stands victoriously atop an angel is said to represent Francisco Franco, the fascist general. It’s a work of local sculptor Juan de Avalos. It was opened the 17th of March 1966 in honor of victory of the Spanish army during the Civil war. It’s the last maintained monument of Franco in Spain.
“Museo de la Naturaleza y el Hombre” The Museum of Nature and Man (MNH) is housed in an emblematic building in the island capital: The Former Civil Hospital, an outstanding example of the islands’ Neoclassical architecture.
The museum holds the largest collection on the culture of the Guanche and also has one of the most modern methods of presentation of mummies. It is also an internationally renowned museum and has participated in international meetings on archeology, but its fame is mainly due to its formidable collection of Guanche mummies.
Tuesday- Saturday from 09:00 am to 08:00 pm
Sunday-Monday from 10:00 am to −05:00 pm
Adult non-resident — 5€
Child under 8 — free
Parque Garcia Sanabria is the biggest city park, botanical garden and the favorite place of meeting among the local people. Surrounded by tropical flowers it has a flower clock and plenty of sculptures of great artistic value. In the central square stands the Monument to García Sanabria and doctor Guigo.