Taoro Wasserfälle

Taoro Wasserfälle

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Recommended by 66 out of 76 hikers


  • Thorsten

    The park of a former casino is for many the most beautiful place in Puerto de la Cruz. On the park you can admire free-range peacocks and pheasants. But also the lush flora and the beautiful waterfall make the park an experience. And if you're lucky, you'll hear live music in the local café while enjoying the city view and pampering yourself with coffee and cake.

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    • January 10, 2017

  • manulie

    It is a beautiful park, which is worth seeing even when drizzle.
    Unfortunately, the right part from the second half downhill is not quite as well maintained. Here it certainly lacks financial resources.

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    • January 19, 2017

  • Matze

    You should have seen it. Steep ascent via stairs, but definitely worth it.

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    • November 13, 2019

  • MaDDin

    Anyone visiting Puerto de la Cruz should visit Taoro Park at least once and stop in the local café for a stunning view of the city. The Taoro Park is the most beautiful park in the city and just created fantastically. Originally the former Casino and Hotel Taoro was built by the English in the late 19th century. The 100,000 m² garden perches on a volcanic cone high above the city. From up there you have a great view of Puerto de la Cruz and the surrounding villages with their green palm oases. In front of the hotel there is a huge waterfall, which plunges into the depths via spacious

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    • November 21, 2019

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