Santa Cruz de Tenerife

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Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Spain)

Santa Cruz de Tenerife is situated along the northeastern coastline of Tenerife, the largest island within the Canary archipelago. This city is celebrated for its rich historical heritage, striking architectural landmarks, and vibrant cultural scene. Serving as both the capital of Tenerife and the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, it pulsates with a blend of commercial activity, tourism, and governmental affairs. Its strategic positioning at the crossroads of Europe, Africa, and America infuses it with a cosmopolitan character, attracting a diverse array of visitors and residents alike. Enveloped by picturesque beaches and framed by the majestic Anaga Mountains, Santa Cruz offers a scenic backdrop to its urban landscape. The city's allure extends beyond its natural beauty, with iconic attractions like the Auditorio de Tenerife drawing in culture enthusiasts from far and wide. Additionally, Santa Cruz is renowned for hosting the world-famous Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, a lively celebration of music, dance, and tradition.

In Santa Cruz de Tenerife, residents and visitors alike benefit from a well-developed public transportation system comprising buses, trams, and taxis. The city's extensive bus network, operated by TITSA, connects various neighborhoods within Santa Cruz as well as neighboring towns and villages across the island, offering convenient and affordable travel options. Additionally, the efficient tram service, known as Tranvía de Tenerife, provides a swift means of transportation, linking key areas of the city and facilitating smooth mobility for commuters and tourists alike.

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150.56 km²




November 2020

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