Located in Northwestern Spain, A Coruña is a millenary, Atlantic, and cosmopolitan city, in which the ocean has played a key role over its more than 2,000 years of history.
With a population of 400,000 in its metropolitan area, A Coruña is a service-focused city, centralising the socio-economic activity of North Galicia, where large companies, universities, and medical institutions have their headquarters.
It is a human-scale, very safe and peaceful city, which makes it possible to be in direct contact with the Atlantic Ocean by taking pleasant walks by the sea, where you will be able to visit the oldest operating lighthouse in the world.
The city has good flight connections, with 2 international airports less than 45 minutes from the city centre. Alvedro and Lavacolla airports, 15 and 45 minutes away from the city centre respectively, make it possible to reach the city from many Spanish and international locations.
A Coruña has excellent meeting venues. These include the modern PALEXCO Conference Hall, in the city centre, with capacity for more than 2,500 people. Also the EXPOCORUÑA trade fair venue, with more than 25,000 m2, which can be given multiple uses and has plenty of natural light.
The city has an extensive and varied hotel offering with more than 3,000 beds, focusing on the corporate and meeting segment, with services that are perfectly adapted to the needs of meeting organisers and participants.
A Coruña is one of the Galician cities with the largest cultural and leisure offering, which makes it possible to create interesting social schedules, visiting museums such as the Aquarium Finisterrae, La Domus, and the Hercules Tower. These spaces, together with the local Pazos (Galician country houses) and other singular spaces in the city, can host large gala dinners, cocktail parties, and product presentations.
It also offers many sport, active tourism, and outdoor activities. Some of the most spectacular landscapes in the Spanish coastline are near A Coruña.
In the many restaurants in the city, you will be able to enjoy our traditional gastronomy, where fish, seafood, meat, vegetables, and local wine play key roles, simply cooked or in elaborate dishes.
Participants in meetings will be able to find both traditional crafts and exclusive Galician fashion, which is successful all over the world, in lively shopping areas.
Pubs, casinos, discos, and night venues for every taste provide an intense, exciting night life, which will make your meeting in A Coruña different.
|City Name:||A Coruña|
|Organization:||Consorcio de Turismo y Congresos A Coruña|
|Address:||Casa Sol, C/ Sol s.n.|
|Phone:||(+34) 981 184 344|
|Total Number of Hotels:||19|
|Total Number of Rooms:||2144|
|Total Number of Beds:||3945|
|Largest Meeting Room Capacity (theater):||500|
|Largest Meeting Room Capacity (cocktail):||800|
Capacity of the largest meeting room