Situated on the riverwalk, this residence is in the same region as Parque do Mino, Praza Maior, and Museo Provincial. Regional attractions also include Estatua de Antonio Gandoy and Porta de San Pedro.
Situated in Lugo, this hotel is 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from Parque do Mino and within 6 mi (10 km) of Praza Maior and Museo Provincial. Lugo Roman Baths and Lugo Roman Bridge are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Situated in Sarria, this hostel is 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Sarria Plaza and 7.9 mi (12.8 km) from Samos Monastery. Vilasouto Lake and Church of San Nicolao of Portomarin are also within 16 mi (25 km).
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O Corgo is 260 miles northwest of Madrid, the national capital.
Two of the best local beaches are Luarca Beach and Playa de Los Campos. The first is 60 miles to the northeast and the second is 50 miles to the northeast.
Marvel at the unique natural spaces of this region at Vilasouto Lake. It's approximately 18 miles away from O Corgo and is an ideal place to do some exploring.
If you go 4 miles to the northwest of O Corgo you will arrive at Recimil. Some time here gives you the opportunity to experience Praza Maior and Museo Provincial. Nadela is another great option. It's 4 miles out of O Corgo. Take a look around town and drop into Lugo Cathedral and Parque Rosalia de Castro.
Bocamaos is 12 miles to the northwest of O Corgo. This regional center is known for Lugo Roman Baths, Lugo Roman Bridge and Lugo Congress and Exhibiton Center. Manuel Maria House Museum and Marcelle Natureza are also good options if you have time for more.
More often than not, a region's true character can be discovered in its simmering pots and pans.
Make sure you ask about the most frequently used regional ingredients, such as potatoes and cheeese.
Some staple dishes worth trying are empanadas and lacon con grelos (pork with parsnips).
Ask for some tarta de castanas (chestnut tart) for a dreamy end to your meal. This scrumptious dessert is impossible to say no to.
You can't leave without tasting aguardiente. This local liquor is ideal for those that are fond of a stiff drink.
Language is a simple way to understand a different culture, so memorize some useful Spanish expressions and greetings before you depart. ¿Querría bailar conmigo? is the Spanish way to say would you like to dance. Cheers/good health! is another nice one to be familiar with, so practice pronouncing ¡Salud.
If you're planning to visit on the 12th of October, you better get ready to party. Every year on this day, the entire country comes together to celebrate National Day.
You've had plenty of laughs, made lots of new friends and no doubt given your camera a good workout. When it finally comes time to get rid of your final euros and say "Adiós" to Lugo, chances are you'll already be planning another trip!
If you're trying to locate the closest airport, it is 50 miles away.