The main tourist office in Santa Cruz de Tenerife is in the Plaza of Spain, under one of the Vertical Gardens of Patrick Blanc (whose roof is a real garden). You can request information about the city and the whole island there. It closes at noon and reopens after 5:00 pm.
The tourist office of Girona is found in a historic building in one of the most important streets in the city: La Rambla de la Llibertat, a tree-lined promenade which leads to the city centre. It's the perfect location for visitors. In this office, there's plenty of information not just about Girona capital, but about the rest of the province, too. There are two other tourist information points in the city.
In this tourist office, as soon as we walked in the front, we found ourselves in front of the person you were going to ask the question to, and before we could even open our mouths she started to tell us where the famous monuments were that we could visit. What I mean is that you probably think everyone who comes into the tourist office wants to know the same thing, and it's not the case. We were actually going to ask for an interpretation that was going to be held that evening, instead of letting us ask, she just started talking. They should listen first and let you ask your question.
The fish are small swamp buildings located along the shore of Lake Banyoles. They were built in the early twentieth century and during that time wealthy families came to take baths or to use it as a spot to store their fishing gear. These days they are mostly small homes that allow boats and barges to stay there. Some of them have been restored and still serve their original function, while others show a certain state of neglect. The tourist office is in one of the fishing villages.
This tourist office can provide you with different information about many places in the region. They even project audiovisual information and offer specialized brochures in order to suit the needs of every traveler. They can, during season, tell you about the views of the old town of Ainsa, this beautiful little town that you can get to in just over an hour.
Located in the centre of town, in the marina, this office is open to the public every day of the week in the summer months, and from Tuesday to Saturday in winter. You'll find a showroom (with free entry) dedicated to paintings and sculptures, mostly by Galician artists.
From Cangas de Onis, take the N-620 that goes to Puerto del Ponton through Beyos gorge and reach the village of Tornín. A little further down, we discovered a bar to park the car and take a path which was a very easy trail. It can be done with children of any age and it runs through alder, poplar, hazel, ash, chestnut, oak, holly, at the end we arrived at the San Vicente at a full clean pool. Sometimes you can easily see the trout in the water. on the path we can also find a medieval bridge XIII that facilitated communications between the plateau and Cangas de Onis.