Something I did not tell you about the last end of the year, it is true that it is imagined that those dates are all gathered and eaten until you get burst, but when you are away from home things are changing … Of course, this end of 2016 was different, we were alone and we did not think about family absenteeism we decided not to have dinner but going to visit somewhere after thinking of multiple destinations, such as Madrid, Italy, Porto, Santiago … We dropped them for one and two reasons for economic reasons and for some other reason … The choice? It was Coruña for those who do not know it, the city and the municipality of Spain. Galicia's autonomous community and the capital of the province. Now I will share your experiences with you in this city, although the truth was only one day and a half. When we arrived at the site, we had a reservation at the Ibis Style hotel rated four stars, personally I think the quality was very optimistic, the facilities were very comfortable and clean, the room was spacious and comfortable but it is far away from the center of the city, that would be negative, though if you can replenish it, it is also true that the bus station that stretches across the city is very close (about 100 meters) and runs approximately every half an hour.
Expectations increased, so there were options on the tour, so we took the bus and our starting point was Plaza de Pontevedra to enter Calle Real which is a pedestrian street where you can find all types of shops and cafes. Best regards, it is an ideal tour of the center for a walk with all the quiet places.
Places you can not miss as a visitor
Of course, I will talk to you from the place I met, continuing the walk, although we did not know exactly where we are going, we ended up at Avenidi de la Marina .
which is one of the most emblematic areas of the city and is ideal for walking and taking something in one of the rooms that are there. Finally, it ends at the Plaza María Pita square which is virtually a safe place to visit because it is one of the starting points of visitors, surrounded by buildings and restaurants, one of the main points of the city. From here, our first "stopping" was Ciudad Vieja always in every place we visit, we love to visit the old town because each of them has something special and dares you a bit from the crowds and crowds of the new city. Walking down to the lower part of the city managed to reach Puerto Deportivo As Animas with Castillo de San Antón .