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Exit the A Coruna cruise terminal and you will stand in front of this building. This indoor shopping mall offers lots of shops and free wi-fi.
Av. do Porto, 3, 15003 A Coruña, La Coruña, Spain
This city beach is about a 10 minute walk from the ship. When you are here in the winter months it is a great beach for a stroll and in the summer months it transforms into the busiest part of town. Mind you there are no facilities at this beach.
Praia de Riazor, A Coruna
This is a must see in A Coruna. At about 3,5 km from the ship you will find this unusual structure. It is a 55 meter tall lighthouse with 2000 years of history. It is the only standing Roman lighthouse in the world and the oldest working lighthouse in Europe. It is without doubt the most famous site of A Coruna. Visit the surrounding parks and works of art of go inside and learn more about its origin and value.
Av. Navarra, s/n, 15002 A Coruña, La Coruña, Spain
Just a few hundred meters from the ship you will find the shopping street of A Coruna. Find all kinds of boutiques and commercial shops side by side.
Rua Real, A Coruna
Rent a bicycle because A Coruna is perhaps best explored by bicycle. There are plenty of places where you can rent bicycles. One of these locations is Eco-logica. This is about a 10 minute walk from the ship.
Rúa Cantábrico, 2, 15002 A Coruña, Spain
This traditional Spanish Galician dish is something you have to try. This is not for everybody but for the foodies amongst us this is a must try. Boiled octopus with sweet paprika.
Typical for A Coruna’s architecture are the galerias. These are the balconies enclosed in a glass frame. It protects the houses from the Galicia cold winters and making it usable all year round.
Avenida Marina, A Coruna
This is the main square of A Coruna. Make sure to have this on your list when you plan on walking through the city. This square has lots of bars and restaurants on it that all serve local specialties.
Praza de María Pita, 15001 A Coruña, Spain
Like many Spanish cities also A Coruna has an old town and although it is not the best you will probably come across on your itinerary it is worth a small detour. It is close to the ship and a leisurely stroll through this area of town always makes for great pictures.
Rúa de Santa María, 1, 15001 A Coruña, Spain
This is the A Coruna cruise dock. It is called the Muelle de Trasatlánticos. It located right in front of the city center of A Coruna. From here it is a short walk to the old town. Read all about the cruise facilities in the full A Coruna cruise port guide.
Peirao de Trasantlantico, A Coruna
Paseo Maritimo is also known as Waterfront Boulevard. It skirts the entire city. It is the longest promenade in Europe. By following this promenade you will pass most of A Coruna’s important sites, such as the Castle of San Anton and the tower of Hercules.
Paseo Maritimo, A Coruna
On the main square called Maria Pita stands the statue Maria Pita. This clever and courageous lady defeated Sir Franci Drink in the 16th century. For this she is considered to be Spanish Hero and therefore here statue stands here ever so proudly in A Coruna.
maria pita, A Coruna