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A Coruna, Spain

 A Coruña, often referred to simply as Coruña, is a picturesque coastal city located in the region of Galicia in northwestern Spain. It is the largest city in the province of A Coruña and serves as an important cultural, economic, and historical center. Known for its maritime heritage, stunning beaches, historic architecture, and vibrant atmosphere, A Coruña is a captivating destination that offers a blend of tradition and modernity.


Ship Location

 It is located in the Port of A Coruña, near the city center. The exact address of the pier is:

Muelle de Transatlánticos, Puerto de A Coruña, 15003 A Coruña, Spain.


Getting Around

 A Coruña is a walkable city, especially in the central areas. Many of the major attractions, shopping areas, and restaurants are within reasonable walking distance of each other. Taxis are readily available in A Coruña and can be hailed on the street or found at taxi stands. They offer a convenient way to reach specific destinations, especially if you're traveling in a group or with heavy luggage.



 Tower of Hercules (Torre de Hércules): This ancient Roman lighthouse is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the oldest working lighthouses in the world. It offers stunning views of the city and the coastline. Old Town (Ciudad Vieja): Wander through the narrow streets of the historic old town, filled with traditional architecture, charming squares, and local shops. Plaza de María Pita is a central square with historical significance. San Anton Castle and Archaeological Museum: This medieval fortress-turned-museum offers insights into the history of A Coruña and its maritime past. Orzan and Riazor Beaches: A Coruña boasts two beautiful urban beaches. Playa de Riazor and Playa de Orzan are popular spots for sunbathing, swimming, and beachside activities. San Carlos Garden: A beautifully landscaped park overlooking the sea, offering a serene escape with walking paths, sculptures, and green spaces.