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Points of interest

Torre de Hércules
World Heritage. At the northern end of the peninsula of A Coruña, about 1,600 meters from the center of the city. It is the oldest working lighthouse in the world, with more than nineteen hundred years of history. A tower already described by Alfonso X the Wise, visited by Julio Cesar and painted by Pablo Picasso. There are 239 steps of history.
El Paseo Marítimo de La Coruña
The promenade of La Coruña has almost 16 km of travel around the city, along the coastal area, runs from the Castillo de San Antón to Portiño, enveloping the city. 1. 200 enamels by the artist Julia Ares, winner of several prizes, including the Chairman Award of the Ueno Royal Museum in Tokyo.
Fuente de los Surfistas (Paseo Marítimo)
Source tribute to the many surfers that hosts the Orzán beach at all times of the year. Located on the promenade.
Parque Escultórico de La Torre
A walk between monuments and sculptures, a journey between myths and legends. An open-air museum, without entrances, without queues, without waiting, and a perfect environment, that of the Tower of Hercules. More than 15 works in a large natural space.
Castillo de San Antón (Plaza de Carlos I)
Important fortress of the late sixteenth century, with later reforms of the seventeenth century. In the past it was an islet so you had to go by boat..
Domus
Domus is the first interactive museum in the world dedicated to the human being. The building is the work of the Japanese architect Arata Isozaki eIgor Peraza Curiel (Son of Marta Curiel) has more than 200 interactive modules to have fun and reflect on the characteristics of the human species. Forbidden not to touch..
Acuarium Finisterrae (Paseo Marítimo s/n)
Its facilities, located on the shores of the Atlantic and in the vicinity of the historic lighthouse of the Tower of Hercules, comprise a building whose exhibition halls house aquariums, interactive modules, and other museum resources that deal with the ocean with a multidisciplinary approach. Scenarios that invite fantasy as the "Marine Paradise" or "The Nautilus Room"..
Casa De Las Ciencias
Permanent exhibition of the principles of science, technology and the natural world, highlighting the Planetarium..
Galerías de la Marina
Its glazed houses, where the lights of the sea reverberate, form a spectacular architectural ensemble that is, possibly, the most characteristic image and gave La Coruña the nickname of "Crystal City"..
Monte de San Pedro
The special union of La Coruña with the sea that surrounds it is clearly seen in one of the latest additions to the catalog of parks and gardens in the city, Mount San Pedro. The place occupied by the coastal batteries is now a privileged space for the leisure of the Coruñeses..
Milennium (Paseo Marítimo)
Photo Symbol of the end of an era and the beginning of a new century. 50 meters of glazed monolith, 13 meters of history showing the most important feats of the city..
Palacio Municipal
In the Plaza de Maria Pita, with its characteristic galleries and arcades. Spacious and elegant building from the beginning of the century, with a historiated facade and finished with three domed towers. Artistic Hall of Sessions. Plaza de María Pita Dedicated to the heroine of La Coruña, its bars and restaurants make it one of the most frequented places in the city. One of its flanks is occupied by the impressive Municipal Palace..
Fundación Luis Seoane
Center of contemporary art and culture that, in addition to permanent exhibition of the work of Luis Seoane. (Oils, engravings, drawings.)..
Iglesia de Santiago Apóstol
In the Plaza de Maria Pita, with its characteristic galleries and arcades. Spacious and elegant building from the beginning of the century, with a historiated facade and finished with three domed towers. Artistic Hall of Sessions. Plaza de María Pita Dedicated to the heroine of La Coruña, its bars and restaurants make it one of the most frequented places in the city. One of its flanks is occupied by the impressive Municipal Palace..
Plaza de Azcárraga (Calle Tabernas Nº 11)
In the street Tabernas noble house of the XVIII century, where he lived is a writer from A Coruña, literary figure of the Spanish nineteenth century. Headquarters of the Royal Galician Academy..
Iglesia de Santo Domingo
After the burning by Francis Drake of the first Dominican convent, Felipe II encouraged the construction of this baroque Gallego temple of the 18th century. Airy oblique tower to the axis of the church, the highest of the old city. Chapel of Our Lady the Virgin of the Rosary, patron of A Coruña..
Jardín de San Carlos
Charming square where the branches of the acacias rub the walls of the Convent of the Poor Clares, built on a hermitage of the fifteenth century that retains two remarkable medieval reliefs..
Jardín de San Carlos
Dating from 1843 located in the old bastion, in the center of the garden and under the shade of centenary elms is the tomb of a romantic hero, the English general Sir John Moore, who was mortally wounded in the battle that took place in Elviña on January 16, 1809..
Jardines de Méndez Núñez
This extensive and well-tended garden offers multiple attractions to walkers, from the famous vegetable calendar, which is renewed every day, to the Kiosco Alfonso, a graceful modernist building converted into an Exhibition Palace..
Parque de Santa Margarita
This extensive and well-tended garden offers multiple attractions to walkers, from the famous vegetable calendar, which is renewed every day, to the Kiosco Alfonso, a graceful modernist building converted into an Exhibition Palace..
Museo de los Relojes (Plaza de Maria Pita Nº 1)
It is located inside the Municipal Palace, majestic halls house a collection of clocks from the 16th to the 20th centuries. Next to them, period furniture and art gallery..
Museo Eléctrico Unión Fenosa (Avenida de Arteixo 171)
Interesting and curious museum that brings together the pieces and materials that made the first steps of electricity possible from the old hydraulic mills to the generators..
Museo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (MUNCYT)
The National Museum of Science and Technology (MUNCYT) is a Spanish museum network dedicated to scientific and technological dissemination and conservation. It has a collection of over 15,000 scientific instruments dating from the sixteenth century to the present. 2 It depends on the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, through the Secretary of State for Research, Development and Innovation, and is managed by the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology..
Museo de Bellas Artes
The Museum of Fine Arts of La Coruña (officially and in Galician Museum of Belas Artes da Coruña) is a museum of Fine Arts located in the city of La Coruña that has its headquarters in a modern building that recovers part of the old convent of the Capuchins ..
Museo Militar Regional
Armament and military material from the eighteenth century, large collection of weapons, uniforms, flags, models and furniture. More than 1,600 objects.
Museo de Arte Contemporáneo (Avenida de Arteixo 171)
One of the most significant exhibition platforms in Galicia for the latest trends in the plastic arts.
Casa Museo Emilia Pardo Bazán
The House, donated by the writer's family to the Real Academia Galega, takes the visitor to the rooms where the author lived and where personal memories of Pardo Bazán are kept in a work of contextualization of one of intellectuals who became protagonist, social and literary, of the time that he had to live..
Museo de Arte Sacro de la Colexiata (Calle Puerta de Aires Nº 23)
Monographic museum with more than 100 pieces of religious goldsmithing from the fifteenth to the twentieth centuries belonging to the most important schools in the country..
Casa Museo Picasso (Calle Payo Gómez)
In this house recreates the atmosphere of an era that marked the beginnings of the most influential artist of the twentieth century..
Casa Museo María Pita (Calle Santa Maria Nº 1)
Free access.
Ground floor: Recreation of Maria Pita's house, the old one: in this room we can contemplate the reconstruction of two of the rooms of the house, the store that was on the ground floor and the master bedroom, as well as a brief description of the experiences of María Pita.
Room 1: The Kingdom of Galicia in the XVI-XVII centuries: this room has an introductory character, designed to offer visitors a series of basic information about the situation of Galicia in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and some of the changes experienced at that time .
Room 2: The urban morphology of A Coruña in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries: this room describes the urban, economic and social distribution of the city at that time.
Room 3: The Spanish-English confrontation: this room analyzes the relations between Spain and England and the factors that ended up leading to the attack on the city of A Coruña in 1. 589.
Parque de Bens
The Bens Park is living proof of the city's commitment to sustainable development. The old garbage dump gives way to a park where neighbors and visitors to the city can enjoy views of the city and the sea unknown until very recently.
El Parque Europa
This English-style park is a modern terraced garden with fountains, sculptures and large open spaces for walking and play. In the center of this park is the Metropolitan Forum, an obligatory meeting point for lovers of leisure and culture.
Santa Maria del Campo
The temple is of late Romanesque origin, with a basilical plan of three naves, and an apse in the head. It also has some later Gothic influences. The main portal and its tympanum are of great importance. Built in the 12th century.
Iglesia de las Capuchinas (Calle Panaderas Nº 56)
On the street bakeries. Baroque Compostela façade of the early eighteenth century.
Plaza y Convento de Santa Bárbara
Charming square where the branches of the acacias rub the walls of the Convent of the Poor Clares, built on a hermitage of the fifteenth century that retains two remarkable medieval reliefs.
Castro de Elviña
Fortified town characteristic of the castreña culture of the peninsular northwest probably inhabited between the 2nd century BC. C. and II d. C. Among its buildings include the monumental entrance of the acropolis, the fountain-cistern and different circular and square houses. In him the famous Treasure of Elviña was found.
Palacio de Congresos y de la Opera (Glorieta de América)
Monumental building that has an auditorium for 1,800 and a secondary for 500 people, has been conceived to host conferences, exhibitions and all kinds of musical performances.

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