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ΤΟΥ A CORUÑA
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A Coruña, also known as “City of Glass” for the galleries adorning the buildings facing the harbour, is a unique little peninsula surrounded by the sea on almost four sides. The welcoming character of its people, the octopus á feira and one of the longest promenades in Europe (no less than 113 kilometres) make this city a place you won’t want to leave. It is also home to the oldest working Roman lighthouse, the Torre de Hércules, from where you can admire the beauty of the Atlantic ocean and watch the waves break on the enormous cliffs.
A Coruña is a delight for the senses.
San Pedro Mountain, take in the fresh air and have fun
A Coruña is home to a must-visit location if you want to disconnect from the rest of the world and take in the fresh Atlantic Ocean air. You can run, jump, eat, relax on the grass, take great photos, see the best views of the cit…
What to do in A Coruña if it rains
In Galicia it rains, a lot. That’s a fact. It’s one of the regions of the world with the most rainy days a year, so even if the weather reports predict that it will stay dry, you could still feel a few drops when you least expect…
A charming route through modernist A Coruña
A Coruña breathes in history and breathes out culture. Serving as a balcony looking out onto the Atlantic, the Glass City showcases the stunning architectural wealth of its façades and buildings to the sea and locals. Its streets…