From restaurants to traditional taverns and wine bars. Mouth-watering ingredients painstakingly prepared to seduce even the most demanding gourmets.
A port with a dock especially for liners in the heart of the city, for those that travel by sea to this seafaring city where you can taste the salt in the air.
The Tower of Hercules was built by the Romans as a lighthouse in the 2nd century AD. There are several folktales pertaining to its construction.
Casa das Ciencias is Spain’s first interactive museum. Around a thousand square meters devoted to popular science.
Delightful leafy parks, gardens and small squares are the perfect spot for some quiet contemplation or recreation. Green spaces for strolling in, enjoying sports, learning or simply admiring the view …
One of Europe’s largest water leisure centres, A Coruña’s first thalassotherapy centre (with sea water) and the biggest in Galicia.
Today this former coastal defence point has become the finest viewpoint from which to admire magnificent panoramic views of A Coruña. You’ll be impressed by its imposing guns looking out to sea.
The National Museum of Science and Technology contributes to educating society in science and technology. Definitely not to be missed.
In 1809, the French and British armies met in Elviña in a battle for the control of the city. Leading the British troops was General Sir John Moore, whose remains are buried in the Garden of San Carlos.
A Coruña offers a host of leisure options for families, including museums with activities organised especially for children, walks, parks and gardens, shows and countless festivals and events.