Europe, Spain

Weekend in La Coruña: Day 3

March 12-14, 2021

I checked out of my hostal around noon and walked along Avenida de la Marina to visit the San Anton Castle Archaeological and History Museum (Castelo de San Antón Museo Arqueolóxico e Histórico).

The ground floor has a variety of archaelogical artifacts, the second floor terrace overlooks the city, and there are internal exhibits with murals, religious art, and tributes to maritime journeys. It was only 2€ to get in, and I spent about an hour there.

Next, I walked back towards the beaches, Orzán and Riazor.

After I spent a little more time enjoying the beaches, I found a bus stop and headed back to the train station. Back to Pontevedra!

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