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It is said that the coastline is home to the most beautiful sound of the sea in the world. If just the mere sight of water relaxes you, get ready to discover the best thalassotherapy facilities and the most delicious seafood.

The sea as therapy

A walk through the Old Town is a journey through history, from the medieval to the Baroque, in one of the most fascinating cities in Europe. Climb the Monte de San Pedro and see the boats coming in and out of port past the Tower of Hercules, get your picture taken next to the oldest Roman lighthouse in the world, a World Heritage Site since 2009, and visit Castro de Elviña, the largest prehistoric site in Galicia: just a few of the sights you must see if you visit A Coruña on holiday. Another essential activity: eat well!

The official currency is the euro. There are exchange offices in hotels and airports. The city has a lot of ATMs where you can get cash.
The official languages are Spanish and Galician, which is common in the media and also in shops.
Internet access is very good and the vast majority of restaurants, bars and cafés have free Wi-Fi.
The weather is warm. The average annual temperature is 13⁰C. Winters are usually rainy and windy.

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