Santa Cruz de Tenerife,

Capital of one of the tourist destinations with greater international leadership

"Their infrastructure, their geographical location, favorable climate and cultural heritage, make the city a framework suitable for business meeting conference events."

Established as the unique capital of the islands from 1833 to 1927, which begins to share capital with Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

 

It is a tourism-oriented city, for which it has been restoring, modernizing and creating their road infrastructure, its hotels and restaurants, its cultural and leisure facilities, and commercial, to consolidate today as conference tourism destination, and business meetings.

 

Santa Cruz de Tenerife is renowned for celebrating the second largest Carnival in the world, International Tourist Festival, and for hosting some of the most emblematic buildings of international contemporary architecture, the Tenerife Auditorium Adán Martín, made by architect Santiago Calatrava and TEA Tenerife Arts Space, made by architects Jacques Herzog, Pierre de Meuron and Virgilio Gutiérrez.

 

Strategically located, with a important conectivity of ground, sea and air transportation, the city is located at only 12 km. from Los Rodeos Airport in the north of the island and 68 km. from the Reina Sofia Airport, in the south, and a few hours flight from Europe. It also has a network of modern highways and roads that allow access to both mountain communities and the coast.

 

Note the importance of the Port of Santa Cruz, which receives thousands of cruise through the largest shipping companies in the world, promoting the revitalization of the sectors and sub-sectors of economic activity of the city, especially in its commercial and leisure. In addition, the city also boasts the Anaga Rural Park, which acts as the green lung of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, in a single framework in which urban coexists with nature.