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Plaza de la Música, befitting its name, is a renowned square in the city, which is known for hosting amazing concerts and other memorable events. Home to the Auditorio Alfredo Kraus, and other famed concert halls and spaces, Plaza de la Música, is the place to go for all those who want to explore the culture of the city or simply soak in the musical trends here.
This company specialises in day and evening boat trips. By day, you can have an hour's ride in a catamaran with a glass bottom and you can also see Las Palmas from the sea. There are departures from Monday to Thursday at 11am and 3:30p and on Fridays and Saturdays at 3:30p. The evening trip lasts two hours and you can have a drink, dance and enjoy a good selection of music. The company also organises parties for all sorts of occasions. The boat is open from midnight but sets sail at 1a from the Muelle Deportivo (sports marina).
This casino is situated within a 5-star hotel Santa Catalina, which means it has all the comforts you would expect from such a rating, including a magnificent restaurant and bar. The casino takes up a whole floor of the hotel, completely carpeted, decorated tastefully and with sophistication. There are elegant ceiling lamps and sofas with tables to have a drink. Typical games are played, like roulette, classic blackjack, poker, and slot machines. Entry is free, but there is a strict dress code.
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is one of the two capital cities of the Canary Islands. The mild weather and pristine stretches of beaches makes it a popular place for tourists to visit. The city is also rich in historical heritage and dates back to the late 15th Century when it was founded by the Castilian navy captain Juan Rejón. As such, the city is full of museums and exhibition halls holding artifacts from these times. A number of festivals celebrating the rich cultural heritage of the city are also hosted throughout the year.
This multiplex cinema has six screens and is situated inside Las Arenas shopping centre. New commercial releases are shown, and the cinema has all the facilities you'd expect. There is free parking inside the shopping centre, as well as a sweet and drink shops at the entrance of the cinema. The ticket office opens about half an hour before each session. All films are shown four times a day during the week and five times on Saturdays and Sundays when there is a morning showing.