Hotels in A Corunya
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A Corunya 501 yd from city centre
Hostal Mara is on one of La Coruña’s main shopping streets, 4 minutes’ walk from the Palexco Convention Centre. It offers...
A Corunya 532 yd from city centre
Situated in A Coruña, Hotel Sol offers beachfront accommodation 600 metres from Riazor Beach and features various facilities,...
Hostal Hotil Coruña Centro
A Corunya 404 yd from city centre
El Hostal Hotil está situado en pleno centro de la ciudad, a 50 metros de la Plaza María Pita, a 50 metros del Palacio...
Alda Puerta Coruña
A Corunya 2 mi from city centre
Situados en un punto clave de entrada y salida de la ciudad de La Coruña, (Zona Matogrande), pero con la ventaja de una...
A Corunya 1.2 mi from city centre
Location: on the promenade of La Coruña. Easy access to the main monuments and the beaches of Riazor and Orzán. Near the...
Pensión Las Rías
A Corunya 864 yd from city centre
Overlooking Santa Catalina Square, this guest house offers modern, functional rooms with free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV...
Apartamentos Attica21 Portazgo
A Corunya 3 mi from city centre
At the entrance of A Coruña, on the road to Santiago, the hotel is located at a strategic point 5 km from the centre of...
Book your cheap hotel in La Coruna
Located in the municipality of Galicia, La Coruna is the capital of the province that shares its name. With a population of 244,000, it is the seventeenth most populous city in Spain. The city boasts a rich and interesting history, having been the capital of the Kingdom of Galicia from the 16th to the 19th century.
As a busy port city on the Golfo Artabro, La Coruna is a bustling centre of both business and leisure, with more and more tourists flocking to the location each year to experience the culture and architecture.
Something that makes tourism even easier in La Coruna is the wide array of cheap and affordable hotel accommodation.
Neighbourhoods of La Coruna
The most interesting areas of the city for holidaymakers are:
- Medieval Quarter: As the name suggests, this is one of the oldest and most ornate areas of the city. You will find much of the amazing historic architecture and traditional charm within the medieval quarter.
- Promenade: The promenade area is always a big hit with visiting tourists. You are able to stroll along the length of the beautiful coast and take a seafront tram ride to get an even broader experience of the sea views.
- The Beaches: The town beach has blue flag status, runs alongside Orzan Bay for 2 kms and is divided into three areas by rocks and a small pier. The three areas are Riazor, Orzan, and Matadero. The stretch of golden sand is popular with sunbathers, swimmers, and surfers. There are also small beaches in coves along the coast if you seek a quieter place.
- Glass City: This is an ornate and eye-catching area of the town centre that boasts large amounts of buildings that heavily feature glass windows from top to bottom, in the style of classic galleria enclosed balconies.
What to see and do in La Coruna
La Coruna is a destination that boasts a large number of different sights and attractions. Some of the most popular suggestions to fill up a busy day include the Tower of Hercules which is one of the oldest Roman lighthouses that is still in use, the Museo Domus, a cutting edge interactive museum of the human body, Maria Pita Square which is anchored by the hugely impressive City Hall, and Mount of San Pedro Park.
What to eat in La Coruna
A Coruna boasts a number of dishes that are totally synonymous with the area. Some of the most popular recipes to try include pulpo a feira which is octopus with olive oil, paprika, and salt, tortilla de patatas which is an omelette that has an almost liquid centre, and arroz con carabineros which is rice with baby scallops and jumbo shrimp.
Typical events and festivals in La Coruna
La Coruna has a rich culture of hosting fun and interesting events. Some of the most popular among tourists and locals alike include the Fiesta del Queso which is a festival that celebrates local cheeses, Hogueras de San Juan which is a two day beach party in June that celebrates local seafood, and the Pimientos de Herbon which celebrates the famous local Padron pepper!
How to move around in La Coruna
The absolute best way to get around La Coruna across both the week and the weekend is via the local bus network. It is a regular running and well maintained service that offers 23 lines during the day. There is a late night bus service that operates on a single line on Friday and Saturday nights. It is also worth mentioning that the central areas of the resort are easily navigable on foot.
The climate in La Coruna
La Coruna experiences a fairly mild climate all year round. The average annual temperature is always around 14 degrees, with the summer months understandably being the warmest with an average temperature of 22 degrees. Compared to some other locations in Spain, La Coruna boasts more mild, ocean dictated weather, but the months of June to September still attract a lot of visitors for the warm and pleasant weather.