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A Coruña travel tips
1) Try the local cuisine in the Coruna style with various tapas
Spain is the land of tapas — snacks, canapés, or small plates. However, in Galicia, they are not small, and you will be surprised with their generous portions. Rúa Estrella and Rúa Galera, located in the old city, are great places to begin your tapas adventure.
2) Try one of the best tartas in Coruna at de Santiago at Cafe Hispano
Do like locals do and grab a coffee at one of the city’s many cafés. You will not regret it if you try a Galician speciality: tarta de Santiago at Cafe Hispano. To find it, head to Rúa Galera, 32-34. It’s an almond cake, which is typically dusted with powdered sugar in the shape of Santiago’s cross.
3) Watch opera at Teatro Rosalía de Castro in Coruna
Teatro Rosalia is an ancient 19th-century theatre by the Marina. It hosts some of the city’s prestigious cultural events and the schedule on regular days is filled with operas, musicals, and classical Spanish plays, such as Divinas Palabras (Divine Words) by Valle Inclán. Tickets are around €6.50.
Spain COVID-19 travel restrictions
Latest COVID-19 restrictions
- Travel is allowed
- No proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test result is required
- No quarantine is required
Most travelers from Ireland can enter Spain, but there are restrictions.
Information is provided as guidance only and accurate at the time of publishing. Always check government websites and airline materials before booking and traveling.
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