About La Coruna, Spain
The Tower of Hercules, a Roman lighthouse, shone over the sea and city of La Coruna for the first time over 2,000 years ago. Since then, it has guided thousands of vessels to the safety of the port - a rich melting pot of culture and that of the many visitors. Today, the city of La Coruna is one of Europe's main ports. By sea, road or air, the city welcomes you with its classic friendliness like it welcomes thousands of people who, every year come to visit the city and contemplate the oldest lighthouse of the world which is still working.
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The Beach was just a 15 minute walk. Herkules tower 30 mins walk. Lovely place to walk around. Just got off the ship and had a lovely day. Had a few parks for children nearby.
This was our 1st ever port & what a delightful place it was, would love to return & spend more time there. We did a Tapas Trail walking tour which was lovely.
Not a favourite of mine, shops are always closed and doesn’t come across as a very friendly place. I wouldn’t rush back...
Great walking port.
Visited: Oct 06, 2017