In the capital Las Palmas, the most interesting districts to visit by taking a nice walk are those of Triana and Vegueta. They are the oldest neighborhoods. Vegueta highlights the medieval soul of the city, with its narrow alleys and noble palaces in architectural styles that follow one another from the 18th to the 20th century. Of great interest in the Plaza de San Antonio Abad we find the House of Christopher Columbus which is actually a museum dedicated to him. Triana, on the other hand, is the commercial soul of Las Palmas, especially from the moment it was made a pedestrian zone. For shopping it is certainly the most suitable place, ranging from small shops to those of big international fashion brands. Of significant importance in the area, you can visit the Perez Galdos Theater and the Church of San Francesci d'Assisi, rebuilt in 1700 after being completely destroyed by a pirate attack.