La Laguna Tenerife is a city and town on the north side of the Tenerife Island in Santa Cruz de Tenerife zone. The La Laguna Tenerife is the third-most populous city in the Canary Islands. In 1999, UNESCO recognized and declared La Laguna as the World Heritage Site.
La Laguna Tenerife
The La Laguna Tenerife… located near to the city Santa Cruz in the Aguere Valley a gorgeous countryside. You should have at least one day if you want to see all of the interesting parts of the city.
The city is considered as the capital for the cultural activities. Local call the city as the Ciudad de Los Adelantados.
The city La Laguna Is a Religious and Cultural Capital.
The entire city is filled with architectural palaces, monuments, and customary houses of the 17th and 18th centuries.
The religious buildings that will inspire you the most…
La Laguna Cathedral
The Saint Dominic Church (Iglesia de Santo Domingo)
Church of Our Lady of Conception (Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de la Concepcion.
The Saint Dominic Church with a fine Mudejar carved wooden ceiling. It is a must visit.
You should also visit the beautiful…
Church of the Holy Christ (Iglesia Del Santo Cristo)
Saint Michael Chapel (Ermita de San Miguel).
If you want to learn the art and the history of La Laguna, then you must visit the CES (Country Economic Society) Museum.
The La Laguna’s old cobblestone streets made the town look elegant. The beautiful Calle Obispo Rey is a beautiful and scenic street. It looks gorgeous at dusk as the street glow like gold. The tower of the Iglesia de La Concepcion is another marvelous place to get outstanding photos.
When to Visit La Laguna Tenerife?
The best time to visit La Laguna during the Easter. The Silent and Magna processions are emotional, and you will get an incredible experience. The hooded fraternities parade move silently through the historic streets. Some people carry on their shoulder a full-sized wooden cross. This procession takes you to the ancient times. The city has plenty of exhibitions and museums all over the place. You can also witness numerous 15th, 16th, and 17th-century buildings in the old quarter.