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A Coruna has some nice beaches and museums, and a decent number of travelers making their way through Spain stop by A Coruna to check them out. The most popular attraction in A Coruna is the Torre de Hércules. Take some time to explore this A Coruna travel guide to find out more about what to see and do, as it could be worth a visit.
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Que puedo decir de mi ciudad natal? Es una preciosidad de ciudad, con forma de peninsula y abierta al atlantico, cosa que la hace bastante fria en invierno, pero con un excelente clima veraniego.Hay una gran cantidad de museos para visitar, asi como un gran n umero de iglesias romanicas, todas ellas en la llamada ciudad vieja. No dejeis de visitar la Plaza de Maria Pita y, ademas de ver el impresionante edificio consistorial, podeis sentaros y tomar una cervecita fresca en cualquiera d elas muchas cafeterias/terraza que en ella hay. Despues pasear por la calle Real, repleta de tiendas y cafeterias. Castillo de San Anton, Casa de las ciencias, Casa de los peces, Mirador de San Pedro, Museo Bellas Artes...Visitas que no se pueden perder...Amareis La Coruña
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This is a quiet city on the side of the Atlantic, with a large fine-grain sand beach surrounded by peaceful hills. Excellent for a relaxed vacation and a fine taste of seafood. Not much to do or see, though, so bring books, company, and a taste for loneliness.
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A Coruna is the best if you want to spent your time with friendly people, realy close to the tru wild nature. Buetiful gardens, great restaurant with fresh "frutii di mare".
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