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When is the best time to fly to La Coruna?

Peak Season

La Coruna's peak tourism season lasts from July to September, with temperatures averaging around 22°C (72°F). Flights to La Coruna, as well as hotel costs, will be at their highest during this season, however there will also be plenty of events and festivals on offer during this time. If travelling during this season, it is best to book rooms and tickets well ahead of time. Tourists can enjoy the Fiesta Patronales de San Roque as well as Nosa Senora da Barca festivals, which includes outdoor celebrations and plenty of feasting and music.

Off Season

January to March are the typical off season, as the low temperatures turn off most tourists who seek summer sun type holidays. Hotel and flight costs are at their lowest, and there are still plenty of sightseeing opportunities available.

Shoulder Season

The few months before summer experiences rising temperatures and the beginning of the festival period. Tourists can enjoy the Hogueras de San Juan (Bonfires of Saint John) festival, which is a two day celebration which occurs at night. The celebrations see many of the local population heading to the beaches to host barbeques, enjoy music, and light bonfires.

Why visit La Coruna, Spain?

The Spanish port city of La Coruna is located in the north west of the country. La Coruna was originally founded as a Celtic settlement called Cidade Vella (Old City), and was renamed Brigantium during the Roman occupation. Many cultural and historical landmarks surround the city, and many tourists enjoy the modern attractions such as bars, restaurants, and clubs.

Sightseers will have much to enjoy in La Coruna, including the Tower of Hercules, Plaza de Maria Pita, and Regional Military Museum, which showcase the local culture and history of the region. All of the family will enjoy Aquarium Finisterrae, which is home to many tropical species of aquatic life.

Many fine restaurants, bars, and nightclubs can be found throughout the city, with many seafood restaurants along the sea front. After hours, there are plenty of barbeques held on the beach, and the thriving nightlife fills out the bars and jazz clubs, offering an authentic look at Spain after dark.

Getting around La Coruna

Many of the points of interest in La Coruna are within a short walking distance of each other, however a railway and intercity bus network connects to the surrounding areas of Ferrol and Lugo. Local taxi companies, a public bus service, and bicycle rentals provide cost effective ways of getting around the city.

Getting from the Airport to the City

The closest airport to the city is A Coruña Airport (LCG), a mere 7 km (4 miles) away. Car rentals, taxi services, and a shuttle bus travel directly to the city. Intercity bus service 443 operates between the city and airport for a small flat rate.

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  • Beaches such as the likes of sandy Orzan and Riazor are within easy reach via the city’s seafront promenade.
  • Much of the city’s bubbling nightlife centres on the bars and clubs of Calle Orzan, near the beachfront promenade.
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  • Home to an impressive array of marine life, the Aquarium Finisterrae’s largest chamber also doubles as a ballroom.
  • Located in the centre of town, the pretty Mendez Nunez Gardens are among the city’s oldest and contain many monuments.
  • Lofty Mount San Pedro offers spectacular views of the city and has a park at its summit featuring a hedge maze and café.
  • The Tower of Hercules, a national monument and UNESCO World Heritage Site, is said to be the world’s oldest lighthouse.
  • If visiting in June, be sure not to miss the Night of San Juan, whose festivities culminate in bonfires and fireworks.
  • A charming Galician port city, La Coruna is an superb destination for a relaxing beach break in sunny Spain.
  • Devised as a coastal fortification, the Castle of San Anton now houses La Coruna’s Museum of Archaeology and History

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