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A Coruña

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La Coruña: Guided Tour at MEGA - Mundo Estrella Galicia

1. La Coruña: Guided Tour at MEGA - Mundo Estrella Galicia

MEGA is a way of understanding, perceiving and observing the world, based on our origins, tradition and identity, forged from a history dating back more than a century. MEGA is a different world. The Estrella Galicia world. And to discover it, you have to learn to appreciate beer on the MEGA level. That’s the reason why we have created a unique space in which to touch, smell, see and experience it like never before. This is Spain’s first and only museum dedicated to the culture of beer. A museum inside a working Estrella Galicia brewery in A Coruña. MEGA is a museum that is out of the ordinary: an experience-based museum offering much more than just exhibits. At MEGA, you will have the chance to understand, taste and discover all about the culture of beer – its history, how it’s made, the ingredients, our loving care and expertise, the evolution of the Estrella Galicia brand…In short, a beer lovers’ paradise in which to experience and sense your passion for beer to the full. Not sure yet how to pull the perfect pint? We’ll let you in on that secret too.

From A Coruña: Costa da Morte & Cape Finisterre Day Tour

2. From A Coruña: Costa da Morte & Cape Finisterre Day Tour

Tour Costa da Morte and Cape Finisterre on this day trip from Coruña. Follow a route storied with lighthouses, shipwrecks, and legends. Learn about the region's history and be charmed by the Galician coast. Depart from A Coruña and head to one of the most special places on Costa da Morte, Cabo Vilan. Listen to your guide as they talk about the lighthouse's mystical traits characterized by its steep cape and the shipwrecks that have taken place there. Afterward, head to the Sanctuary of the Virgen de la Barca in Muxía. This sanctuary is intimately linked with Galician culture, the sailors and people of the sea, as well as the Celts. Spend time getting to know the sanctuary as you tour its grounds. From Virgen de la Barca continue on to Finisterre, also referred to as the end of the world. See why the Celts, Romans, and pilgrims came to this place for thousands of years. Hear its legends, stories, and naval battles before breaking for lunch. Go into the town of Finisterre to enjoy the local cuisine at one of its various restaurants. After lunch, head to Ézaro Waterfall, a place of natural, scenic beauty. As your last stop on this day trip, visit one of the most characteristic monuments of Galicia, the Horreo de Carnota, and learn more about Galician culture.

MEGA Mundo Estrella Galicia Ticket

3. MEGA Mundo Estrella Galicia Ticket

Explore the history of beer on a self-guided visit to MEGA Mundo Estrella Galicia, an active brewery and the first beer museum in Spain. Wander through the exhibitions in 8 different sections to learn about the production processes and culture of beer around the world. Discover the origins of beer, different beer styles, the raw materials used, and the processes of making Estrella beers. See the boiler room and access the factory viewpoint to look at the packaging area. Learn about beer labels and the evolution of advertising and sponsorships throughout the years. Finish your experience at the tasting area, where you can try one of the delicious beers produced at the brewery.

Spain/Europe: 5G eSim Mobile Data Plan

4. Spain/Europe: 5G eSim Mobile Data Plan

Make your trip to Spain hassle-free with your convenient eSIM. Stay connected on your travels with high-speed coverage in Spain and another 43 European regions (full list below). Purchase and install your eSIM anytime and anywhere, and choose from a variety of data packages, validity options, and coverage in additional countries. Simply scan the eSIM QR code to access all your essential apps on your trip. Avoid the trouble of managing multiple SIMs with this zero-waste solution. Get one eSIM per device and top up by simply buying and activating additional eSIM plans as you go. Once activated, your coverage will begin according to your selected duration. Most devices released after 2019 are compatible with eSIM (e.g. iPhone XR, XS of models beyond, Google Pixel 4, and beyond). If you are unsure, please check the compatibility guideline photos to confirm eligibility. Network coverage: Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece (including Cyclades), Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy (including Vatican, San Marino, Sardinia), Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal (including Azores and Madeira), Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain (including Canary Islands and Balearic Islands), Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, and Uzbekistan.

Full-Day Excursion to Santiago from A Coruña- Cruisers Only

5. Full-Day Excursion to Santiago from A Coruña- Cruisers Only

The city of Santiago de Compostela traces its origins to the shrine of Saint James the Great, now embodied in the city's cathedral. Embark with us on a full-day tour from La Coruna to this significant destination. We are a certified local company working with official guides and with years of experience. Our journey commences with a scenic drive by bus through the picturesque Galician countryside en route to Santiago de Compostela, aptly named "Field of Stars." Upon arrival, we delve into a comprehensive guided walking tour of the meticulously preserved historic town. We'll also suggest a quintessential spot for lunch and allocate time for you to explore the Cathedral at your own pace before we return to the ship, ensuring timely departure. **The departure time of the activity is approximate; the start of the tour depends on the arrival time of the boat at the port. For this reason, the day before, we will write to you to arrange the pick-up time by the guide.

From A Coruña: Rías Baixas Day Trip

6. From A Coruña: Rías Baixas Day Trip

Visit the region of Rías Baixas on this day trip from A Coruña. Take a guided tour in the historic center of Pontevedra, visit the fishing village of Combarro, and see the natural landscapes of Illa da Toxa. Also, enjoy a boat trip with a tasting of mussels and wine. The first stop of your day trip is in Pontevedra, where you will have a walking tour of its historic center. Wander through the city's pedestrian-friendly streets and see the Church of the Pilgrim Virgin, the Ruins of San Domingo, and many more important sites. After your tour head to Combarro. Arrive at the fishing village of Combarro and be charmed as you tour its cobbled streets and see the facades of its buildings. After your tour, leave Combarro and head to Illa da Toxa. Illa da Toxa is a popular travel destination, known for the Chapel of the Shells, the soap factory, and its natural landscapes. Take another guided tour and then take a boat trip through the Ría de Arousa. During your boat trip see the mussel rafts and enjoy a tasting of local quality wine and mussels. Make a stop in O Grove and have the opportunity to taste local dishes during your free time for lunch. Afterward, head to Cambados, the capital of Albariño, and one of the most important points of the Rías Baixas. Finish your day with a visit to an Albariño wine cellar, where you will taste 3 different varieties of wine. Learn the entire process of wine elaboration, labeling, and production.

A Coruña: Essential Walking Tour of the city's Landmarks

7. A Coruña: Essential Walking Tour of the city's Landmarks

"A Coruña is much more than a city, it is a destination that invites you to get lost in its history, its landscapes and its flavours. Discover the authentic Galician essence in every corner of this marvellous Atlantic city" Designed to immerse a group of up to 6-8 people, this shared experience will take you to explore the history, culture and beauty of this Galician gem. Our initial proposal focuses on exploring three distinctive areas of the city with its most representative landmarks: * Plaza de María Pita: the heart of the city, located in the historic centre. It is characterised by its impressive architecture and its historical and cultural importance. In the centre of the square is the monument to María Pita, a local heroine who played a crucial role during the English siege in the 16th century. The square is surrounded by emblematic buildings, such as the Town Hall of A Coruña and the Church of Santiago. In addition, the area offers a wide variety of shops, restaurants and cafés, making it a lively meeting point for residents and visitors alike. The Plaza de María Pita is also the scene of cultural events, celebrations and public activities throughout the year. *Old Town: we will immerse ourselves in the unique atmosphere of this old part of the city, full of charm and tradition where we will find some of the most emblematic places of the city such as the Church of Santiago Apostle, the Gardens of San Carlos, the Convent of Santa Barbara, the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria del Campo or the Plaza de Azcarraga, among others. *Pescadería area: the Pescadería neighbourhood is a historic and traditional area located in the old part of the city. This fishing quarter has played a crucial role in the maritime and commercial life of A Coruña over the years. Its streets, many of which bear names related to fishing and the sea, reflect the city's rich maritime history. This neighbourhood has historically been home to fishermen and merchants engaged in fishing activities. Details and Flexibility: This tour stands out for its meticulous attention to detail and its ability to adjust to your tastes. The guide will be able to modify the route according to the interests of the group, guaranteeing a personalised and memorable experience. Flexibility and individualised attention are fundamental pillars of this tour through the charms of A Coruña. Customer experience: We want every moment to be special. From the first greeting to the farewell, we make sure that every detail is taken care of. Our guide will be there to answer questions, provide additional information and guarantee the satisfaction of every member of the group. ️ #TourCoruña

From Santiago de Compostela: La Coruña and Betanzos

8. From Santiago de Compostela: La Coruña and Betanzos

Get ready to live an unforgettable adventure in beautiful Galicia! Our excursion starts at Plaza de Galicia, in the heart of Santiago de Compostela. From there, we'll head to the beautiful coastal city of La Coruña, where incredible views and a fascinating history await us. Our first stop will be the Tower of Hercules, the oldest Roman lighthouse in the world, offering stunning views of the majestic Atlantic Ocean! You can climb up to its viewpoint and feel like a true Roman explorer. Next, we'll embark on an exciting walking tour through La Coruña, discovering its most iconic monuments and charming streets. The Church of San Jorge, the Church of Santiago, the Mirador, the Jardin de San Carlos, and the Riazor Beach are just some of the places we'll visit on this thrilling adventure. But the fun doesn't end here! We'll head towards Betanzos, an impressive medieval city, known as the "Betanzos of the Knights". It was one of the seven provincial capitals of the former Kingdom of Galicia, and its old town is declared a Historic-Artistic Site. The city is famous for its Gothic architecture and for being the birthplace of "The Best Spanish Omelet". It's a unique opportunity to taste this delicious dish, which is contested every year in a competition featuring expert chefs from all over Spain. Don't miss the chance to experience a unique adventure in Galicia. Book now and discover the beauty, history, and delicious cuisine of these two impressive cities!

A Coruña: Private Walking Tour with Local Guide

9. A Coruña: Private Walking Tour with Local Guide

After meeting at Maria Pita Square, this two-hour walking tour will take you to visit the most famous monuments of the city and to experience the local flavor of its neighborhoods. Visit Real Street, old town, local markets, and much more. On this guided walk, you'll see Saint Carlos Gardens (Giardini San Carlos), a lovely garden with a view down the hill to the harbor. Then, you'll visit Calle Real (Real Street), the main downtown street of the city, lined with shops and little restaurants. The most important part of the tour will be your visit to the streets of the old town and the local markets of Lugo Square. You'll discover who Maria Pita was, the link between Pablo Picasso and A Coruña, and the story behind the oldest lighthouse in the world, the Hercules Tower. Your local tour guide will keep it entertaining and enjoyable with commentary as you explore. Of course, your guide will give you the best advice about where to go to get the best food, do some shopping, or more places to explore in the beautiful city of A Coruña.

Coruña: Galician Tapas Walking Tour to La Pescadería

10. Coruña: Galician Tapas Walking Tour to La Pescadería

Located on the Atlantic coast, you can enjoy Galician cuisine with different and varied tapas. You will be able to visit the old neighborhood of La Pescadería, where the fishing port used to be and which has now become the leisure and culture center of the city. The tour consists of walking down Calle Galera y Barrera going to the most famous taverns and bars where the locals usually go to find some good tapas. NOTE: Not suitable for vegetarians or vegans (in Coruña it is very difficult to find a variety of tapas that do not include some type of meat, but you can write to us without problem so that we can recommend veggie places).

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Our most recommended things to do in A Coruña

La Coruña: Guided Tour at MEGA - Mundo Estrella Galicia

La Coruña: Guided Tour at MEGA - Mundo Estrella Galicia

MEGA is a way of understanding, perceiving and observing the world, based on our origins, tradition and identity, forged from a history dating back more than a century. MEGA is a different world. The Estrella Galicia world. And to discover it, you have to learn to appreciate beer on the MEGA level. That’s the reason why we have created a unique space in which to touch, smell, see and experience it like never before. This is Spain’s first and only museum dedicated to the culture of beer. A museum inside a working Estrella Galicia brewery in A Coruña. MEGA is a museum that is out of the ordinary: an experience-based museum offering much more than just exhibits. At MEGA, you will have the chance to understand, taste and discover all about the culture of beer – its history, how it’s made, the ingredients, our loving care and expertise, the evolution of the Estrella Galicia brand…In short, a beer lovers’ paradise in which to experience and sense your passion for beer to the full. Not sure yet how to pull the perfect pint? We’ll let you in on that secret too.

From A Coruña: Costa da Morte & Cape Finisterre Day Tour

From A Coruña: Costa da Morte & Cape Finisterre Day Tour

Tour Costa da Morte and Cape Finisterre on this day trip from Coruña. Follow a route storied with lighthouses, shipwrecks, and legends. Learn about the region's history and be charmed by the Galician coast. Depart from A Coruña and head to one of the most special places on Costa da Morte, Cabo Vilan. Listen to your guide as they talk about the lighthouse's mystical traits characterized by its steep cape and the shipwrecks that have taken place there. Afterward, head to the Sanctuary of the Virgen de la Barca in Muxía. This sanctuary is intimately linked with Galician culture, the sailors and people of the sea, as well as the Celts. Spend time getting to know the sanctuary as you tour its grounds. From Virgen de la Barca continue on to Finisterre, also referred to as the end of the world. See why the Celts, Romans, and pilgrims came to this place for thousands of years. Hear its legends, stories, and naval battles before breaking for lunch. Go into the town of Finisterre to enjoy the local cuisine at one of its various restaurants. After lunch, head to Ézaro Waterfall, a place of natural, scenic beauty. As your last stop on this day trip, visit one of the most characteristic monuments of Galicia, the Horreo de Carnota, and learn more about Galician culture.

MEGA Mundo Estrella Galicia Ticket

MEGA Mundo Estrella Galicia Ticket

Explore the history of beer on a self-guided visit to MEGA Mundo Estrella Galicia, an active brewery and the first beer museum in Spain. Wander through the exhibitions in 8 different sections to learn about the production processes and culture of beer around the world. Discover the origins of beer, different beer styles, the raw materials used, and the processes of making Estrella beers. See the boiler room and access the factory viewpoint to look at the packaging area. Learn about beer labels and the evolution of advertising and sponsorships throughout the years. Finish your experience at the tasting area, where you can try one of the delicious beers produced at the brewery.

Spain/Europe: 5G eSim Mobile Data Plan

Spain/Europe: 5G eSim Mobile Data Plan

Make your trip to Spain hassle-free with your convenient eSIM. Stay connected on your travels with high-speed coverage in Spain and another 43 European regions (full list below). Purchase and install your eSIM anytime and anywhere, and choose from a variety of data packages, validity options, and coverage in additional countries. Simply scan the eSIM QR code to access all your essential apps on your trip. Avoid the trouble of managing multiple SIMs with this zero-waste solution. Get one eSIM per device and top up by simply buying and activating additional eSIM plans as you go. Once activated, your coverage will begin according to your selected duration. Most devices released after 2019 are compatible with eSIM (e.g. iPhone XR, XS of models beyond, Google Pixel 4, and beyond). If you are unsure, please check the compatibility guideline photos to confirm eligibility. Network coverage: Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece (including Cyclades), Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy (including Vatican, San Marino, Sardinia), Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal (including Azores and Madeira), Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain (including Canary Islands and Balearic Islands), Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, and Uzbekistan.

Full-Day Excursion to Santiago from A Coruña- Cruisers Only

Full-Day Excursion to Santiago from A Coruña- Cruisers Only

The city of Santiago de Compostela traces its origins to the shrine of Saint James the Great, now embodied in the city's cathedral. Embark with us on a full-day tour from La Coruna to this significant destination. We are a certified local company working with official guides and with years of experience. Our journey commences with a scenic drive by bus through the picturesque Galician countryside en route to Santiago de Compostela, aptly named "Field of Stars." Upon arrival, we delve into a comprehensive guided walking tour of the meticulously preserved historic town. We'll also suggest a quintessential spot for lunch and allocate time for you to explore the Cathedral at your own pace before we return to the ship, ensuring timely departure. **The departure time of the activity is approximate; the start of the tour depends on the arrival time of the boat at the port. For this reason, the day before, we will write to you to arrange the pick-up time by the guide.

From A Coruña: Rías Baixas Day Trip

From A Coruña: Rías Baixas Day Trip

Visit the region of Rías Baixas on this day trip from A Coruña. Take a guided tour in the historic center of Pontevedra, visit the fishing village of Combarro, and see the natural landscapes of Illa da Toxa. Also, enjoy a boat trip with a tasting of mussels and wine. The first stop of your day trip is in Pontevedra, where you will have a walking tour of its historic center. Wander through the city's pedestrian-friendly streets and see the Church of the Pilgrim Virgin, the Ruins of San Domingo, and many more important sites. After your tour head to Combarro. Arrive at the fishing village of Combarro and be charmed as you tour its cobbled streets and see the facades of its buildings. After your tour, leave Combarro and head to Illa da Toxa. Illa da Toxa is a popular travel destination, known for the Chapel of the Shells, the soap factory, and its natural landscapes. Take another guided tour and then take a boat trip through the Ría de Arousa. During your boat trip see the mussel rafts and enjoy a tasting of local quality wine and mussels. Make a stop in O Grove and have the opportunity to taste local dishes during your free time for lunch. Afterward, head to Cambados, the capital of Albariño, and one of the most important points of the Rías Baixas. Finish your day with a visit to an Albariño wine cellar, where you will taste 3 different varieties of wine. Learn the entire process of wine elaboration, labeling, and production.

A Coruña: Essential Walking Tour of the city's Landmarks

A Coruña: Essential Walking Tour of the city's Landmarks

"A Coruña is much more than a city, it is a destination that invites you to get lost in its history, its landscapes and its flavours. Discover the authentic Galician essence in every corner of this marvellous Atlantic city" Designed to immerse a group of up to 6-8 people, this shared experience will take you to explore the history, culture and beauty of this Galician gem. Our initial proposal focuses on exploring three distinctive areas of the city with its most representative landmarks: * Plaza de María Pita: the heart of the city, located in the historic centre. It is characterised by its impressive architecture and its historical and cultural importance. In the centre of the square is the monument to María Pita, a local heroine who played a crucial role during the English siege in the 16th century. The square is surrounded by emblematic buildings, such as the Town Hall of A Coruña and the Church of Santiago. In addition, the area offers a wide variety of shops, restaurants and cafés, making it a lively meeting point for residents and visitors alike. The Plaza de María Pita is also the scene of cultural events, celebrations and public activities throughout the year. *Old Town: we will immerse ourselves in the unique atmosphere of this old part of the city, full of charm and tradition where we will find some of the most emblematic places of the city such as the Church of Santiago Apostle, the Gardens of San Carlos, the Convent of Santa Barbara, the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria del Campo or the Plaza de Azcarraga, among others. *Pescadería area: the Pescadería neighbourhood is a historic and traditional area located in the old part of the city. This fishing quarter has played a crucial role in the maritime and commercial life of A Coruña over the years. Its streets, many of which bear names related to fishing and the sea, reflect the city's rich maritime history. This neighbourhood has historically been home to fishermen and merchants engaged in fishing activities. Details and Flexibility: This tour stands out for its meticulous attention to detail and its ability to adjust to your tastes. The guide will be able to modify the route according to the interests of the group, guaranteeing a personalised and memorable experience. Flexibility and individualised attention are fundamental pillars of this tour through the charms of A Coruña. Customer experience: We want every moment to be special. From the first greeting to the farewell, we make sure that every detail is taken care of. Our guide will be there to answer questions, provide additional information and guarantee the satisfaction of every member of the group. ️ #TourCoruña

From Santiago de Compostela: La Coruña and Betanzos

From Santiago de Compostela: La Coruña and Betanzos

Get ready to live an unforgettable adventure in beautiful Galicia! Our excursion starts at Plaza de Galicia, in the heart of Santiago de Compostela. From there, we'll head to the beautiful coastal city of La Coruña, where incredible views and a fascinating history await us. Our first stop will be the Tower of Hercules, the oldest Roman lighthouse in the world, offering stunning views of the majestic Atlantic Ocean! You can climb up to its viewpoint and feel like a true Roman explorer. Next, we'll embark on an exciting walking tour through La Coruña, discovering its most iconic monuments and charming streets. The Church of San Jorge, the Church of Santiago, the Mirador, the Jardin de San Carlos, and the Riazor Beach are just some of the places we'll visit on this thrilling adventure. But the fun doesn't end here! We'll head towards Betanzos, an impressive medieval city, known as the "Betanzos of the Knights". It was one of the seven provincial capitals of the former Kingdom of Galicia, and its old town is declared a Historic-Artistic Site. The city is famous for its Gothic architecture and for being the birthplace of "The Best Spanish Omelet". It's a unique opportunity to taste this delicious dish, which is contested every year in a competition featuring expert chefs from all over Spain. Don't miss the chance to experience a unique adventure in Galicia. Book now and discover the beauty, history, and delicious cuisine of these two impressive cities!

A Coruña: Private Walking Tour with Local Guide

A Coruña: Private Walking Tour with Local Guide

After meeting at Maria Pita Square, this two-hour walking tour will take you to visit the most famous monuments of the city and to experience the local flavor of its neighborhoods. Visit Real Street, old town, local markets, and much more. On this guided walk, you'll see Saint Carlos Gardens (Giardini San Carlos), a lovely garden with a view down the hill to the harbor. Then, you'll visit Calle Real (Real Street), the main downtown street of the city, lined with shops and little restaurants. The most important part of the tour will be your visit to the streets of the old town and the local markets of Lugo Square. You'll discover who Maria Pita was, the link between Pablo Picasso and A Coruña, and the story behind the oldest lighthouse in the world, the Hercules Tower. Your local tour guide will keep it entertaining and enjoyable with commentary as you explore. Of course, your guide will give you the best advice about where to go to get the best food, do some shopping, or more places to explore in the beautiful city of A Coruña.

Coruña: Galician Tapas Walking Tour to La Pescadería

Coruña: Galician Tapas Walking Tour to La Pescadería

Located on the Atlantic coast, you can enjoy Galician cuisine with different and varied tapas. You will be able to visit the old neighborhood of La Pescadería, where the fishing port used to be and which has now become the leisure and culture center of the city. The tour consists of walking down Calle Galera y Barrera going to the most famous taverns and bars where the locals usually go to find some good tapas. NOTE: Not suitable for vegetarians or vegans (in Coruña it is very difficult to find a variety of tapas that do not include some type of meat, but you can write to us without problem so that we can recommend veggie places).

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What people are saying about A Coruña

Overall rating

4.5
(74 reviews)

We had a lovely tour of La Coruna old town. We had previously visited but had not known the old town existed. The tour has given us an understanding of the statues, monuments and buildings that we would have otherwise just passed by. It has given us a better understanding and appreciation of the town. It was always a favourite place. Now, more so.

A highly recommended experience! We have seen wonderful places and with Ana's explanation everything has been very very beautiful. The only advice I would give would be a bus with a bathroom to make the trip even more comfortable. For the rest, everything is perfect. We are very satisfied :D

A great experience, led by a fantastic guide who informed us in a super educational way about the entire history of the lighthouse. Highly recommended!

Everything is well distributed. The guide sounds good and the tour can easily be done in an hour.

Very cool and interesting tour, there is a lot to try and touch. Highly recommended!