A Coruña is famous for being a place where you can live well. To follow the customs of its inhabitants, all you have to do is sit on a terrace and discover its exciting history. You can also stroll through the Cantons and admire its famous modernist-style glass galleries. With beaches in the center and, presided over by the Tower of Hercules, a long promenade surrounds the city almost completely. Day and night, there is always atmosphere here. Come rain or shine.
Emilia Pardo Bazán House Museum
The Emilia Pardo Bazán House-Museum recreates the intimate intimate space of the author through furniture, works of art, books and other personal belongings of the artist. The space for discovery and literary creation deserves special attention in a home that is always open to dialogue and cultural initiatives.
The Finisterrae Aquarium is a public science center dedicated to environmental education and scientific dissemination of marine issues. Its objective is to promote knowledge of the ocean and educate caring attitudes towards the sea and marine life. It was created by the City Council in 1999. It has four exhibition halls, each with its own personality, and a biological collection made up of more than three hundred different species.
Palace of the Opera of La Coruña
Palacio de la Ópera is a unique building full of contrasts, which encloses modern facilities inside its peculiar silhouette, capable of adapting to the celebration of all kinds of events artistic, cultural, business and social. Perfect to escape and forget that the weather is bad with a good show.
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