Calle Triana

Calle Triana (and the district surrounding it) has become the main commercial center of Las Palmas. The pedestrian street running through its heart is lined with trendy boutiques, old-fashioned shops, international brand retailers and lovely cafes for a bit of post-shopping refreshment.

While some of the shops might be modern, the street itself is among the oldest on the island, dating back to the sixteenth century. Shops and banks began moving into the area in the mid- nineteenth century, and much of the architecture dates back to the same period.

Swing by Calle Triana, 35, where you’ll notice an electric clock dating back to 1868. The clock, built by famous clockmaker Juan Pflüger, reminds passers-by to take their time and enjoy the day.

Practical Info

Calle Triana itself is where you’ll find many of the big brand retailers. Explore the smaller side streets to find smaller boutiques and restaurants.
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Adresse : Calle Triana, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands 35002, Espagne
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