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A gazebo AND a carousel? La Coruna outdid itself, this is one pleasant stretch of walkway amidst superb greenery. Along our walk, we passed many fountains and a quirky building with an exhibit dedicated to comic endeavors.
The show runs the month of August and...More
Not the typical inner city garden, here you can find beautiful statues, small rose gardens, plenty of places to sit, and open plaza area, a calendar that is updated every day (trimmed flowers and bushes shaping the date), a classic carousel and a couple of...More
Right by the busy main road in the centre. A lovely floral clock to view and yes it tells the right time. There's also an unusual and clever 'vegetable calendar' patch next to it that has its contents changed daily to keep up with the...More
Fair enough these guys have got to sleep somewhere but the urinating behind bushes isn't really on with a young family with you. A lot of the seats were covered in bird mess, yes, they are under trees, but it looked like it'd been there...More
This substantial park is filled with numerous types of flora, set amidst tranquil walking pathways. There is an interesting statue of John Lennon here as well. Unfortunately, the park itself seemed a little bare and rough around the edges. Perhaps it was the time of...More
Although these gardens are way better than San Carlos Gardens, they are still rather small for a city this size. Centrally located right by the cruise port and promenade they are a welcome cool shady pleasant retreat from the city.
The Jardines are really nice. You can sit there or go for a walk. You definitely won't miss it while visiting Coruña. The thing that I like the most is the calendar from plants! I love the idea! It changes date every day. And right...More
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The park itself doesn't continue to Raizor. If you are in the park and want to go to the beach(Raizor), you can cut through the city center along Rua Juana de Vega. This will get you to Praza Pontevedra. From here it is a... More
The park itself doesn't continue to Raizor. If you are in the park and want to go to the beach(Raizor), you can cut through the city center along Rua Juana de Vega. This will get you to Praza Pontevedra. From here it is a block to the beach. A brisk walking pace should take no more than 15 minutes.