What To Expect

Explore the largest city in the Canary Islands with Las Palmas Hop On Hop Off Tour! Visit places of interest located around the 10 stops of the route such as Vegueta/Catedral, Pueblo Canario, Parque Santa Catalina and many more.


  • Hop on and hop off as often as you please and see Las Palmas de Gran Canarias in your own time and at your own pace
  • Take a stroll around La Vegueta, the nice and historical old town of Las Palmas
  • Enjoy the interesting Museo Elder, the Museum of Science and Technology with a lot of interactive exhibits
  • Visit the renowned Pérez Galdós Theatre, the most important theatre in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria


Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is the largest city in the Canary Islands. What better way to see all that this amazing city has to offer than from the top deck an open top double-decker bus tour, which allows you to take in a 360 degree panoramic view of the city? Hop off at the Playa de las canteras – where swimming, diving, surfing, football and all manner of water sports can be found on the golden sands. You may wish to spend an evening at the Auditorio Alfredo Krauss – a concert hall overlooking the sea, located right on Las Palmas de Gran Canaria’s northern beach. Or you may wish to spend your Euros at the large shopping area of Las Arenas opposite.

Hop off at Museo Elder, the Museum of Science and Technology, or wander through Casa Museo León y Castillo, which commemorates the island’s history. Gran Canaria is known for being home to several famous writers and artists, and their works are displayed at a number of central museums, including the Casa Museo Pérez Galdós, Gran Canaria’s Museo Néstor, and the Casa Museo de Tomás Morales museums. Additionally, Pueblo Canario museum is a complex of traditionally built island houses that are laid out to form a typical Canarian village with gates, an atrium and towers. Hop off at the historic district of Vegueta, arguably one of the most beautiful towns in Spain where you will find plenty of things to do and see.

Hop off at Paseo de la Cornisa for a stroll along the water’s edge and stunning scenery. Take a tour round the Teatro Perez Galdos or perhaps take the time to watch a stage performance. The theatre’s programme includes Shakespearean plays, recitals, musicals, ballet and comedy. Whatever your tastes, you will find that there are plenty of things to do during your stay in Las Palmas.