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Hola Spain: Coruna (9)

Chapter 9: Coruna

To the north-western side of the Spain is Corunna, a province worth a watch. It is an important city of Galicia enriched with diverse history, green sceneries, alluring Roman and Celtic heritage. 1,092 more words

Non Fiction

Camino By Sea / Camino Na Saile

February 19th sees the start of a new series on Irish TV called Camino na Saile (or Camino by Sea in English). It will be shown on our Irish language TV channel over the course of 3 weeks. 178 more words

Camino De Santiago

Hidden Gem

This next cafe is right in the center of Coruña but it´s tucked away, and you probably wouldn´t know about it unless someone told you. This was the case for me, when a friend of mine who used to live on Calle San Andres discovered it. 422 more words

Bakery

Just the Classics

On my next stop, I decided to check out a place right next to the Plaza of Maria Pita in the heart of Coruña. I had heard about… 359 more words

Bakery

The tower of Hercules and the true north

One of the most characteristic places in la Coruna is the Tower of Hercules, it is the oldest lighthouse still in use and it is 55 meters tall and was built in roman times. 213 more words

General

Plaza Maria Pita

One of the places I love the most in La Coruna is Maria Pita Square, it’s a very important location in the city and certainly the most important square in all the city, it takes its name from the heroine Maria Pita, that had a great role during Francis Drake’s attack to la Coruna in 1589. 251 more words

General

A Monte Alto Secret

There´s a place here in Monte Alto that I first heard about from a Facebook post by a fellow American girl living in Coruña. She said that there´s a place called… 506 more words

Bakery