Triana. "Art Nouveau" among the shops

    Pérez Galdós Theatre

    We begin this route by visiting the Pérez Galdós Theatre, the main theatrical venue in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, home to different events that take place in the city, such as the Alfredo Kraus Opera Festival of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Find out more about it.

    Plaza de Las Ranas and Guiniguada Gorge

    The Plaza Hurtado de Mendoza, or more popularly known as the Plaza de las Ranas (frogs), is one of the most important squares in the Triana neighbourhood.

    Caírasco Square and Gabinete Literario

    Like the Plaza de Las Ranas, this space arose from the process of connecting Vegueta-Triana and after the destruction of the old convent of Las Clarisas, which was located here. Find out more with these elements.

    Alameda de Colón

    The Alameda de Colón together with the Plaza Cairasco form one of the few open spaces in Las Palmas.

    Pérez Galdós House Museum

    In this traditional colonial style house, Don Benito Pérez Galdós was born, considered by many scholars as one of the greatest representatives of Spanish literature. Learn about the history of Benito in Las Palmas.

    Calle Mayor de Triana

    Calle Mayor de Triana, the main street in the neighbourhood and one of the most important shopping areas in the city. Here we can find a large number of shops selling international, national and local brands.

    San Telmo Park

    The city's communications centre, it is one of the busiest parks in the city and has an interesting history. Find out more in the next item.