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All reviews crystal city gleaming white great place for a walk historic district glass windows bars and restaurants beautiful architecture maria pita tapas nice walk cruise ship old town avenue balconies galerias glassed boats
The avenue leads into the marina and wraps around as a lead-up to Old town. Along the way, the views of gleaming white metal and glass multi-floor buildings line the pedestrian friendly promenade. Here in the marina, the children's playground made this feel so family-oriented....More
All along this harbour side road the facades of the buildings consist of white painted wood and glass windows facing out to sea. It’s dazzling. Some houses have lovely art nouveau features as well, with some particularly nice ceramic tiles. Ironically, these are the backs...More
Not very sparkling, glamorous, but interesting to see a waterfront, cafes waking up, with locals sipping coffee . People weren't smiling, but it was early. This place is a slice of a Northern Spanish harbour, with a long history, not wealthy, but interesting to walk...More
Love this crescent shaped Atlantic Beach aka A Coruña. And what’s not to love? It’s got a swagger all it’s own. Though there may be quicker ways to get to the Old City this Avenida reminds us while it’s all here to begin with. Watching...More
This is a very nice seaside (or rather portside) area of the old town which has a lot of charm. I would certainly recommend it to any visiting the city. The area is very clean and contains some very good restaurants and tapas bars. The...More
Wonderful “square” over the city harbour filled with bars and restaurants and the charming Club Nautico
The building overlooking the area are charming and with a lot of character
It is a place where you want to go back again bcse of the happiness it...More
So this street runs someone in front of the historic district. It is wide open area with some playgrounds for kids and is also next to a Marina. Which would seem obvious. You may well wander down it if you are going through the historic...More
This place is known for it’s specific buildings with glass covered balconies. The Marina itself is also nice to see. Are the buildings nice? Depends on your taste, but it’s nice to see and as said: did not see this in such a number before.