Discount Cards

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria has issued a Live bus pass (www.guaguas.com/tarifas-carnets/tarjeta-turistica) for use on city transport lines; one-/three-day unlimited travel cards cost €5/12. The cards are available from tourist offices and bus stations in the city.

Internet Access

Wi-fi is widespread – most hotels, cafes and restaurants offer access.

Money

For the highest concentration of banks with 24-hour ATM machines head for Calle José Franchy Roca, just south of Parque Santa Catalina.

Tourist Information

The city's tourism authority website is www.lpavisit.com. It's an excellent resource with information on activities, attractions, accommodation and restaurants across the city.

Main Tourist Office This office has a wealth of pamphlets and literature. Architecture fans should collect the Modernist Architecture route map, which guides you along two straightforward routes, one in the vicinity of Parque San Telmo.

Island Tourist Office Has a variety of maps and brochures covering the whole island. Ask for the series of hiking maps.

Bus Station Information Office Covers island-wide transport and some info on other towns around Gran Canaria.

Tourist Information Kiosk At Plaza de Santa Ana. Other kiosks are located at Parque San Telmo and Playa de las Canteras.