This is a great place to take a walk and admire the buildings dating from the end of the 18th century up to the early 20th ... More
Paseo de Pereda y calle Castelar
This is a great place to take a walk and admire the buildings dating from the end of the 18th century up to the early 20th century, with ornamental balconies and watchtowers. There are lots of bars and cafes where you can stop for a refreshment. 1500 metres long, the paseo starts from Plaza Porticada and runs down to Puerto Chico (Small Port). Calle Castelar runs between Paseo de Pereda, Cuesta del Gas and Dique de Gamazo (Gamazo Jetty). Fine public buildings like the Banco Vitalicio and the Siboney are on this stretch.
It was founded in 1656 by Doña María de Oquendo. The remains of this convent, originally home to nuns of
the Saint Clare order, is opposite the offices of the regional government, the Parlamento Regional de Cantabria . It ...
This 25000 square meter park is the biggest in the city and surrounds the Palacio Real (Royal Palace). Until the
end of the 19th century it was virtually deserted, housing only a hermitage dedicated to Saint Magdalena and the ...
This square is in the east of the city, near the famous Jardines de Piquío (Piquío Gardens). Triangular in shape,
the plaza covers an area of about 3,500m2 and is dominated by tall, well cared for palm trees. At ...
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