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Noche en Blanco in La Laguna: key highlights from public transport to kids’ areas and concerts

In this year's Noche en Blanco in La Laguna, an inclusive area will be featured again, alongside the ice rink, a major highlight of the event.

La Noche en Blanco de La Laguna is set to attract thousands today, following yesterday’s Christmas lights switch-on. As one of the year’s most significant events, La Laguna is prepared for the influx of attendees. To enjoy the event, the use of public transport is ideal, but for those driving, awareness of traffic alterations is crucial.


By Car to La Noche en Blanco de Laguna:

  • From 9.00 am until the event’s end, traffic changes will affect several streets.
  • Parking prohibitions are in place from 6.00 am in specified areas.
  • Vehicle access will be restricted in certain areas, barring Security and Emergency vehicles.

By Tram to La Noche en Blanco de Laguna:

  • Metrotenerife has scheduled Line 1 to operate at full capacity with double trams and frequencies of less than 10 minutes.
  • Check Metrotenerife’s social networks for tram service timetables.
Noche en Blanco in La Laguna: key highlights from public transport to kids' areas and concerts

By Taxi to La Noche en Blanco de Laguna:

  • Taxi services will operate from usual ranks.
  • A taxi hotline at 922 25 55 55 (Radio Taxi La Laguna) is available for services.

By Bus to La Noche en Blanco de Laguna:

  • Titsa reinforces services on lines 014, 015, and 104.
  • A free shuttle service will connect Alcampo La Laguna Shopping Centre’s car parks with the La Laguna Interchange.

Family Programme:

  • Divided into two slots, the programme includes the show ‘El Circo del Payaso Tallarín’ and activities like sports, games, and workshops.
  • Mechanical attractions and inclusive spaces will be featured.
  • An ice rink will be installed as part of the ‘Christmas in the Cathedral’ experience.

Evening Programme:

  • Starting at 19.00 hours, the event includes music in three different areas with performances by artists like Marta Sánchez, Carlos Baute, and Canarian talents.

Special Features:

  • Violet and Orange Dots initiatives will address the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and offer resources for disabled citizens.

For full details on the event’s programme, visit the La Laguna City Council’s website at https://www.aytolalaguna.es/ and the event-specific site at https://lanocheenblanco.aytolalaguna.es/.


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