Are you staying around for a few hours? Join us for a perfect day in A Coruña! An experience for Sybarites, discovering A Coruña`s most important spots as María Pita Square, The Old Quarter, the Gardens of San Carlos and the remains of Sir John Moore?
This tour will allow you to discover the history and cuisine of A Coruña by a certified guide. We will start the tour visiting one of the best markets of supplies of the city, where you will be able to see all the types of fish and seafood offered by the Galician estuaries. Then we will make a stop to recover strength at a local churrería, which offers one of the best chocolate with churros from all of Coruña. We will move through the old city, we will visit the port, the most modern part of the city and we will finish the visit in the beach of Riazor, in the Atlantic Ocean. You will not leave A Coruña without knowing the history of our heroine, María Pita, nor without seeing the magnificent view of the estuary from the viewpoint of the Jardín de San Carlos. On this tour you will discover the past and the present of the crystal city. We will say goodbye at a local restaurant, where you can enjoy a rich menu with local products.
This tour includes:
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We kindly ask you to book with at least 24 hours advance. If you wish to join us after please email us.
Dress standard: Comfortable clothes and walking shoes are recommended. We also recommend you bring a bottle of water, sunscreen, and a hat during the summer months. Winters are not cold but they are rainy so that a raincoat might be necessary!
And if you have some extra time…
Visit the best viewpoint of the city, located in Monte San Pedro. You will see the ships guided by the Torre de Hercules. Immense canyons, war machines that previously defended the city and now point to the horizon impress every visitor.
Plan a visit to the Aquarium Finisterrae, get your children to the Domus Museum, where they will find more than 200 interactive modules to have fun or visit the Casa de las Ciencias where the planetary will amaze you!