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A Coruna Nightlife, Spain

A Coruña Nightlife is a hip one. At dusk, tourists can have dinner at one of the restaurants. After a satisfying meal, they can head towards the bars and clubs or a theatre. This spells how spectacular evenings are in this Spanish city and may have the same offers as t Zaragoza Nightlife.

A Coruña Nightlife – Restaurants

The best way to start the night in this city is to have a gratifying dinner. Tourists will surely satisfy their cravings for delectable Spanish cuisine with these venues.

Adega o Bebedeiro. This restaurant serves authentic Spanish cuisine. What sets it apart from the others is that it has quality food at more affordable prices. The ambience is rustic and depicts a local farmhouse. The interior is made of stone with furniture made of pine. Tourists should be aware that the place does not serve dinner on Sundays.

Casa Pardo. This restaurant is located near the port. It has a double-decker dining room. It has a coolly lit interior with wood furniture. A must-try is the Rape a la Cazuela. Casa Pardo is closed on Sundays.

La Penela. The place has a contemporary feel with a bottle-green interior. This restaurant specializes in seafood dishes. The bestseller is the crab or mussel with béchamel. The restaurant is closed on Sundays and from January 10 until January 25 each year.

A Coruña Nightlife – Theatres and Clubs

Tourists who want to have a subtle way of spending their night can proceed to a theatre after dinner. Another A Coruña Nightlife option for people who enjoy drinks and music is a club or a bar in the city.

Picasso. This is one of the best clubs in the city. Tourists who want to mingle with the locals can come here. It plays house music. Picasso is open from 12am until 4am.

Disco Playa Club. This club has the hippest music. Aside from this, it also has one of the most dazzling views. It is located on an oceanfront terrace. The place is open only from Thursdays to Saturdays. Disco Playa Club starts business from 11pm until the wee hours of the morning.

Sol Piramide. This is another place to check out if you want to dance until you drop. This club is one of the best clubs in the city. It has an up-to-date music and the crowd is really friendly.

Rosalia de Castro Theater. The theatre is settled on the place where the San Jose Church once stood. It was built in 1841. In 1867, it was destroyed by fire but was rebuilt in 1869. The Rosalia de Castro Theatre began film screening in 1910. It can seat around 700 people.

Nightlife in this city is pleasant. If you are dying to explore more about Spain, you may read Bilbao Nightlife.

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