If there ever was a seafaring city, La Coruña is it. It's been a port and gateway to world travellers for over 2,000 years. From almost any spot, you can witness spectacular panoramic views of the ocean. La Coruña can be visited on one of our many Europe cruisesFind Cruises Sailing to This Port
Take a tour of the city of Betanzos, a relic of the Old Galician Kingdom. It was declared a historical and artistic monument in 1970. Walk through its narrow streets and visit the Gothic 14th century Church of San Francisco.
While exploring La Coruña, don't miss the main shopping areas of Calles Real, San Andres and Canzones. You'll find everything from antiques to beautiful handmade leather goods.
|Visit the magnificent Tower of Hercules, the city's landmark since the 2nd century.|
|Explore the fishermen's houses' galleries, the reason why La Coruña is called The City of Glass.|
The Galician coast is famous for its dishes of freshly caught fish. You might also want to try tapas, light snacks that can range from olives and cheese to elaborately prepared hot dishes.
Spain's official currency is the euro (EUR). Credit cards are accepted.
Learn more about this port city with these tourist information guides.