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Calle San Juan, where Gulliver Café Bar is located, has experienced something of a renaissance of late with a few trendy bars and modern and inviting café…
Ironically, considering it’s a quiet month in tourism terms, it’s also the Mes de Canarias which means that there is loads of events put on for the locals…
Somewhere the peseta dropped and, toward the end of last year, the Bravo! Café Bistro appeared underneath the gleaming white hood. It wasn’t just any old café…
There are a few table and chairs outside of La Vinoteca whilst inside is devoted to wine and tapas with one table to sit at plus a chunky barrel with stools.
We’ve tried a few of these bars and are slowly working our way through the rest. The latest was the Mirador de la Noria which is at the ‘quieter’ end of the street.
There are absolutely loads of events on Tenerife during April from religious fiestas to harvest festivals and classical concerts to jazz and ballet…
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