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There are a hundred ways to start a vacation in Spain and you might not even think of going to La Coruña. Still, this city and municipality, which is also known as A Coruña, Corruna or The Groyne (archaic), is one busy port with attractions that rival those that are found in the best cities in the country. The city has recently turned to as one of the more popular destinations in the country as travellers flock the beaches for bathing in the sun and for surfing. Some of the most famous beaches here are As Lapas, San Amaro, Oza, Matadero, Riazor and Orzan. All the said beachers and recognised with blue flags, respectively.
The city is also the capital of the province it is located in, which has the same name. In La Coruña, one of the most famous festivals is called the Maria Pita Festival where there are free concerts, book fairs, folklore fairs and a celebration like the Oktoberfest in Germany.The city aiport named A Coruña Airport has flights to major European cities such as London, Lisbon, Amsterdam and Paris but mainly serves Spanish destinations. There are also subway stations that can take you to Madrid, Basque Country or Barcelona and intercity buses that connect to Andalusia and other Galician provinces as well as other European cities like Geneva or Munich.
Beaches and festivals are not all that La Coru
ña has. There are also buildings much like those which are found in the famous cities of Spain. The plazas, palaces and squares are beautiful and expansive with plenty opportunity to roam around and then learn about the city’s culture and history. Some notable attractions that are a must visit are the Maria Pita Square, the Mount of San Pedro Park, Paseo Maritimo and the Menhirs in A Coru
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