Spain Destinations: The Ultimate Guide To A Coruña

Plan the Perfect Trip To A Coruña, Spain

Located beside the Atlantic Ocean, A Coruña is a historic city with many buildings and monuments of architectural interest. It is also a modern metropolis with a huge cruise terminal that attracts thousands of international tourists year-round.

Must-Do Activities

  • Visit The Tower of Hercules
  • Enjoy the architecture of the City Hall
  • Walk around the best seafood markets: Plaza de Lugo and Plaza de San Nicolas
  • Visit the Port of A Coruña
  • Learn some history at San Anton Castle Museum
  • Admire the architecture in the Old District
  • Go up to Mount San Pedro to experience the best views of the city
  • Grab your bathing suit and relax at the Riazor and Orzan in-city beaches

When To Go

A Coruña‘s weather is mild year round. Summers are comfortable but winters are long, wet, and windy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 44°F to 75°F and is rarely below 35°F or above 82°F. So, the best time to visit is either spring or summer to take advantage of clear skies and milder temperatures.

Where To Eat

Top 5 Seafood Restaurants: Pablo Gallego (average 30€), Pescaderia de Freddy (average 20€), Alborada (average 75€), Lois (average 40€), Rios (average 30€)

Typical Galician Food: Rodicio Steak House (average 25€), A Portela (average 25€), The Wolf (average 20€),San Pedro (average 30€)

Here is a link to the best restaurants ($$$):

Where To Stay

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