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SIGHTS. Museo De Bellas Artes. Museo de Bellas Artes is home to an eclectic mix of paintings by mainly Spanish, Canarian and Flemish artists, including Ribera, Sorolla and Brueghel. There's also sculpture, including a Rodin, and temporary exhibitions.
SHOPPING. Rastro. This flea market is held along two parallel streets leading from the covered market to the coast. It's the usual mix, including pirated CDs, cut-price underwear and handmade jewellery but is bustling and fun. Keep your money out of sight.
Tenerife, Spain Largest and most touristed of the Islas Canarias. Package tour crowds flock to southwestern beaches, cheap condos, British pubs and Euro discos. Escape the masses at the El Teide volcano.
SIGHTS. Plaza Iglesia. The formerly seedy Plaza Iglesia has been tarted up and is now home to a couple of fashionable bars and brightly painted buildings. Look for the striking bell tower of the city's oldest church, the Iglesia de Nuestra Seora de la Concepcin
Three blocks southwest of Calle Castillo is the Teatro Guimer, fronted by a suitably theatrical giant mask sculpture. The sumptuous interior is reminiscent of Madrid's Teatro Real, with semicircular balconied seating and plenty of