The Cathedral stands out in the Vegueta overlooking Plaza Santa Ana and is very like those typical Latam churches (Mexico/Peru). We couldn't get access to the interior of the Cathedral but did climb the 250/260 steps (lost count going up and lost count coming down) up the bell tower where there are views over Las Palmas (there is an elevator for a couple of Euros). Only spent 15 minutes here (mostly climbing steps) as, for me, there is limited interest and not a great deal to see - but I've been there and done it!
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.