Tryp Coruna

Avda. Ramon y Cajal 53, La Coruña, Galicia, 15006, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Avda. Ramon y Cajal 53, La Coruņa, is near Tower of Hercules (Torre de Hercules), Aquarium Finisterrae, and Palacio de la Opera de La Coruna.
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    Travel Blogs from La Coruņa

    A' Coruna

    A travel blog entry by greyo on Jul 30, 2014

    3 photos

    ... feed the industries. By mid morning we were in Coruna, vibrant and buzzing. A place that also solved the fish conundrum as I counted street after street of fish restaurants. There's a huge cove of white sand beach which was sparkling, not a drop of litter anywhere and it looked like the sands had been raked before anyone had set foot on them. The sea was a clear blue and looked inviting but given its Atlantic location was obviously just a little cold as there wasn't a ...

    Viana do Costello to a Coruna

    A travel blog entry by analegge on Jun 25, 2014

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    We went the longer slower coastal road to the border. Portugal colourless and depressing with grey cloud still hanging about limiting visibility. Building and houses desolate and lacking and appeal. Eventually crossed into Spain over a huge estuary and headed for Santiago do Compostela, the final call for pilgrims. I have never seen so many hobbling trampers with bandaged knees. It must be ...

    The San Juan festival

    A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Jun 24, 2014

    10 photos

    ... ve done for hundreds of years, though many simply walked to the waters edge to relieve full bladders so the swimming part didn’t appeal to us.

    After walking among the happy revellers and seeing, smelling and tasting the festival (which unlike alcohol fuelled events in Britain seemed to have no hints of violence or menace) we returned home in the early hours through still busy streets to sleep. The next day is a ...

    High winds and headlands

    A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Jun 19, 2014

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    ... The wind continued its tricksy game of disappearing on us before rushing back; we had the spinnaker up for an hour before the wind picked up too much to use it; another hour later even the spinnaker wouldn't stay up in 1-2 knots of wind and we were forced to use the engine again, but we got there eventually without any more drama.

    It was about an 11 hour journey, and definitely one of the weirder ones, but we got ourselves here and now we've got a good long ...

    To the end of the world

    A travel blog entry by startrailers on Jun 18, 2014

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    ... is a terrace restaurant looking out over the bay, but most of all it is the proximity to the beach and the view which is the main attraction!
    We set off to travel along the peninsula to our destination - Cape Finisterre/ Capo Fisterra. Galicia has Celtic roots and this area is clothed ...