Travel Information

If you’re traveling to A Coruña for the 2018 International WFTDA Playoffs, this page offers information about the venue, transportation, hotels, and more. You can find more detailed information in the hospitality guide.

Tournament Venue

Georgia International Convention Center

Calle Manuel Murguía s/n, Bj. 15011 A Coruña
A Coruña, Galicia, Spain 15011

Getting to A Coruña

By Air: There are two nearby airports: A Coruña Airport and Santiago de Compostela Airport. You can access real-time flight information for both at the AENA website.

By Bus:

Intercity bus:
A Coruña’s intercity bus station is very close to the city centre.

Estación de Autobuses Coruña
Calle de los Caballeros, 21 15009 A Coruña
Tel.: 981184335

Local bus:
You can check times at the web page or on Google Maps.

By Train: The Renfe train station is right across from the bus station. It has shops, a post office, ATMs, and a car rental service.

Joaquín Planells Riera, s/n – 15008 A Coruña
Tel.: 902 320 320

By Car: A Coruña is connected to the rest of Spain and Portugal by two main highways: Autovía del Noroeste highway (also known as the A-6) and the Autopista AP-9. You can see current traffic information at .

By Boat: You can also visit us by boat. Our seaport is in the city center and has pilots, tugs, moorers, refrigerators, storage, a fruit terminal, a fish terminal, and a collector terminal.

By Foot: Many are the pilgrims that include A Coruña in their itinerary when completing the Camino de Santiago or Way of Saint James, a pilgrimage route that ends at the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral.

Those traveling to Galicia by sea from Scandinavia, Flanders, England, Scotland, and Ireland historically completed the Camino Inglés (English Way). This variant of the Way of Saint James is 46 miles from A Coruña to Santiago and can be carried out in three stages. Travelers can start their pilgrimage on foot from A Coruña’s port, led by the light of the Roman lighthouse known as the Tower of Hercules. After reaching Cambre, the route crosses Abegondo and continues until Hospital de Bruma, where it connects with an alternative English Way that starts in Ferrol. From here we reach Ordes, and then Sigüeiro, the last town before reaching Santiago.

Where to Stay

NH Hotel A Coruña Centro

Rúa Juan Flórez, 16, 15004 A Coruña

From the venue: Take bus 3A from Rúa Juan Flórez, 16 to Avda. Habana, estadio (two stops)

Tel.: +34 981 010300
Reservation Phone: +34 91 6008146
Online Booking Link:


  • Free wifi
  • Off-site parking
  • Breakfast buffet
  • Room service
  • Gym

Check-in: 3 p.m.
Check-out: Noon (“Lazy Sunday” check-out available for an added cost)

Hotel Zenit Coruña

Rúa Comandante Fontanes, 19, 15003, A Coruña

From the venue: 11 minutes by foot

Tel.: From the EU: +1 469-610-3608; from the US: 888-205-7322; from the UK: 0808 145-3778
Online Booking Link:


  • Breakfast
  • Room service
  • Free wifi
  • Guest parking
  • Laundry service

Check-in: 1 p.m.
Check-out: Noon. Late check out (2 p.m.) provided on request and subject to availability free of charge.

Hotel Plaza

Calle Santiago Rey Fernández Latorre, 45, 15006 La Coruña

From the venue: Take the number 4 bus from Concepción Arenal, 21 to Plaza de Pontevedra, 11 (five stops).

Reservation Phone: +34 981 29 01 11
Online Booking Link:


  • Free wifi
  • Parking
  • Library
  • Video game area
  • Spa
  • Restaurants
  • Gym

Check-in:  1 p.m.
Check-out: Noon

Sercotel Blue Coruña

Rúa Juana de Vega, 7, 15004 A Coruña

From the venue: 12 minutes by foot.

Reservation Phone: 881 888 555
Online Booking Link:


  • Free wifi
  • Parking
  • Lounge with free drinks
  • Breakfast buffet
  • Free gym

Check-in:  3 p.m.
Check-out: Noon

Each hotel has a taxi stand and there is also a bike rental service in the city.


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