Weather in A Coruna. Actual conditions and forecast
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Map of wind conditions for A Coruna area
Map of A Coruna temperature forecast1. You can zoom in to A Coruna using the '+' button, or check temperatures around the globe by the '-' button.
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This temperature map is centered around A Coruna. The map is real-time and interactive.
Rain forecast for A Coruna area1. Using the control panel above this map, you can check the rain forecast for A Coruna for any period within next 10 days.
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This precipitation forecast map is centered around A Coruna. The map is also real-time and interactive.
Climate in Spain and weather forecast - best seasons for visitIf the purpose of the holiday is to get acquainted with historical and architectural monuments, it is best to go on tour in autumn, spring or early summer, when there is a moderate temperature, and you can comfortably spend time outdoors. The historical sights of Madrid, Leon, Catalonia, Andalusia, San Sebastian and other ancient cities are also open to tourists all year round. Every year in Spain, many different carnivals, festivals and costume parties are held and a visit to one of such events will afford you the opportunity of not only having a great time, but also getting acquainted with the originality of this nationality and their traditions. Many people go to Spain for the New Year holidays. The period of carnivals starts from February and lasts until the end of March. The most massive marches are held in Tarragona, Cadiz and in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. For shopping, it is necessary to go between mid-January and the end of July. It is at this time in Spain, that the season of sales starts. The ski season in the country does not last long. At the end of December, the snow on the mountain tops is not yet stable. It is therefore better to go from the middle of January because by the end of March, due to a sharp warming, the snow slopes become unsuitable and the season ends. … Open
Atmosphere of Spain: religion and languagesSpain can rightly be called one of the most multilingual countries in Europe. The dictatorial ways of governing by Francisco Franco, greatly influenced the formation of the state language. The majority of the ethnic population was therefore subjected to immense pressure. Their indigenous language was forbidden, and offenders caught trying to spread the language were put away and subsequently executed. But, despite this, the languages of the ethnic population of Spain still preserved and today they are gaining strength again and actively experiencing a renaissance. The ethnic strata of Spain are Catalans speaking Catalan, Galicians speaking Galician, Basques speaking Basque language, Asturians speaking Asturian language, Occitans speaking Occitan language, and Aragonese speaking Aragonese language. The latter on the list is the only language that is now on the verge of extinction. Catalan is spoken not only by the inhabitants of modern Catalonia, but also by residents of the Balearic Islands. … Open
Sights of A Coruna - photogallery
A Coruna guide chapters
Cultural excursion through A Coruna - things to see
A walk through the historical part of the city will give an opportunity to admire unique monuments of architecture. The Cornide Palace is the striking landmark of past centuries. Among religious buildings, Santa María del Campo Collegiate points out. The beautiful mansion, which belonged to the family of the writer Emily Pardo Bazan, has also managed to preserve in the historic part of the city. Today it is open to … Open
Attractions and active leisure
For those who visit the resort with their family, it would be interesting to see the Aquarium Finisterrae. Fantastic show with inhabitants of the deep sea will leave you impressed and will make a pleasant break to rest. The St. Charle’s Garden is the best place for outdoor recreation. Here you can walk along the winding paths and enjoy the splendor of nature, ride a bike or just relax on one of the benches in … Open
Cuisine and top restaurants
Seafood fans would enjoy the Mundina restaurant, where each dish is a true work of culinary art. Classic fish with vegetables and spices, soups with shellfish and marine cuts cooked on the grill – those are just a few of culinary delights that customers prefer to order. In the afternoon restaurant is quite, so it is perfect for business meetings. Among budget places the Carbonada restaurant should be mentioned. … Open
Traditions and mentality of A Coruna
Night of San Juan is an interesting holiday that celebrates the shortest night of the year. During the day, there are mass festivities on the main streets and squares, but the most important and crucial ritual events are held in the evening. As darkness fell on the coast, large bonfires are lit up and burn till the dawn. Most interesting events are traditionally held on Orzán and Riazor beaches. During the day you … Open
Travel guide to A Coruna
In La Coruna, vacationers with children will be interested to visit the Domus Museum. This interactive museum is devoted to human anatomy. Not only children, but also adults will be able to learn a lot of interesting things after its visit. In its walls, there are many amazing exhibits, for example, huge mock-ups of some genes. The museum is located in a beautiful modern building, which in itself is an outstanding … Open
A Coruna for children - what to visit
Near the aquarium is one of the most wonderful places in town - Parque de Punta Herminia. Besides a variety of opportunities for family recreation (walking, playgrounds, golf), it presents many attractions such as Rosa dos Ventos, Torre de Hércules, Menhires pola Paz, as well as a large number of interesting monuments. It's definitely worth walking through the park, and not least because of the incredibly … Open