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The Cathedral of Santa Ana (Holy Cathedral-Basilica of Canary or Cathedral of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria) is a Roman Catholic church located in Las Palmas, Canary Islands. The cathedral is the seat of the Diocese of the Canaries. It is situated within the Vegueta neighborhood, next to the Plaza Mayor of Santa Ana. The feast of the cathedral's dedication is celebrated annually on November 26. The structure is considered the most important monument of Canarian religious architecture.
Very safe and gentle walks around the old part of the cityscape.
Amazing time and only 3 euros for entrance. Lovely place to go
Great place to visit.. time machine.. some great architecture..
Beautiful location. Many shops and restaurants nearby. I had a very enjoyable afternoon walking to the cathedral.
Great, historic cathedra in historical centre of Las Palmas. You can take the elevator to the top to have a wonderful view of Las Palmas (1.5 euro). Just prepare for beggars asking you for money, especially when you leave the tower.
Beautiful place! Must do! Pay €1.50 to do the tower the views are amazing ! Can take a lift to first part and walk the rest of you are out of time. Cathedral and museum are €4 and great too! Watch closing times 4.30pm weekdays and Saturday until 1.30pm. I got to tower at 4.15pm so just made it.
Beautiful historic cathedral in the heart of the old town. Spend the extra euro to take the elevator to the top of the tower and then be sure to climb the final flight of stairs. You'll be rewarded with panoramic views of Las Palmas. HELPFUL TIP: Remember that you are in the tourist section. Remain aware of your surroundings. The beggars can be aggressive at times.