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London La Coruna from £129

The flight between London and La Coruna in north west Spain lasts for around 2 hours. At the moment, the only direct flights are operated by budget carrier Vueling Airlines, and depart from London Heathrow. This makes a cheap flight available through online searching, although there are also options which involve a transfer via Barcelona. Iberia operate this route between London and La Coruna, departing from Gatwick. After the flight, the airport is only 8km from the city centre, and the route into town is served by two buses every hour, costing just over 1 Euro. Taxis into the city are slightly more expensive, and cost about 15 Euros depending on the hour of arrival.

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Sightseeing La Coruna 1 Take a stroll around the Ciudad Vieja

La Coruna's old town has been meticulously preserved with charming plazas and graceful churches as well as lanes stuffed full of vibrant bars serving local brews and pungent cider. The old town is also home to several fascinating museums, but the greatest pleasure is to be gained from simply exploring.

2 Tour one of the town's museums

Spanish artists have created some masterworks and the Museum of Fine Arts has plenty from virtuosos like Goya and Sorolla. There is also an engaging Archaeological Museum and a dazzling Museum of Sacred Art as well as a Museum showcasing the city's military past, with plenty to interest British visitors.

3 Head to the Aquarium

The Finisterre Aquarium reflects the region's strong identification with the sea. But it also provides a wonderful day out for the kids with a boisterous seal colony and abundant sharks. Guaranteed to be both thrilling and educational.

4 Dine on Galician delicacies

Galicia is famed for its cuisine, often focused on seafood, and with good reason. Don't miss Pulpo (octopus) or Gallego Sardines - just look for "Marisco" and start ordering. And why not wash it down with a locally produced coffee liquor?

5 Hit the beach!

This is Spain, after all. La Coruna itself has a 1.4km long beach and has a thriving surf culture (fed by the waves roaring in from the Atlantic). But more adventurous travellers will want to tour the beautiful Galician coast. Check out the lovely port town of O Grove for some truly spectacular beaches and seafront restaurants.

Required travel documents for Spain

Spain is on European time, so is one hour ahead of the UK. Being an EU member, arriving at Spanish airports should pose few problems and the people of Galicia are famed for their hospitality. Take a brolly or raincoat as the region receives quite a lot of rain, and any Portuguese speakers will find that the local dialect is often closer to that language than Castilian Spanish.
La Coruna itself is a bustling port with many wonderful beaches nearby and great nightlife, but staying in the city also opens up the beautiful rugged coastline of Galicia for exploration, including the stunning holy city of Compostela. Surprisingly cosmopolitan, the city is a charming mixture of history and contemporary energy a short hop from London.