"In a lush palm grove, beside the Guiniguada ravine, the city of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria was founded in 1478"

Declared a District of National Historic and Artistic Interest in 1973. Las Palmas was the first city of the Kingdom of Castile in the Atlantic at the time of the Discovery and expansion in America.

Today, after more than five centuries, those who visit Vegueta can delve easily into the past by walking along cobblestone paths, passing by emblematic buildings of different architectural styles going from the late Renaissance to contemporary architecture. Along the way, at each picturesque corner there is something to Discover.

The Cathedral, chapels and churches, squares, fountains, the old market, the Pérez Galdós Theater and the bells. Outdoor cafés, shops, museums, restaurants and taverns yoy will encounter will cover all your gastronomic, cultural, and leisure needs in this unique neighborhood, Vegueta.