This facility is very small and boasts only 5 positions and 1 telephone kiosk - however it also seems to be a very busy photocopy business with builders, students and others always using the facilities.
It seems that it is open 7 days per week and has quite long hours even on a Sunday.
located at 19 Calle del Angel in one of the side streets of the older city centre - situated between Calle de la Florida and San Nicolas - leading towards Plaza de Maria Pita.
Like so many cities and towns - La Coruna has a tourist discount and access card. The card is valid for 48 hours and there are two types of card - the individual card or the family card.
The card includes admission to the city's museums as well as a number of discounts offered at a range of stores and leisure outlets. You can also receive a 40% discount on car hire rates at Europcar (00 34 981 14 35 36)
00 34 981 18 43 44
I was lucky that it didn't rained during the week I stayed there. But it uses to rain quite a lot, light rain. So don't forget your umbrella.
Fondest memory: The think I miss the most is the sea, though in Barcelona I have it. But was really amazing walking along the cliffs watching the dark blue see and feeling the wind and the sound of the waves breaking.
You must visit the Museum of the Human Kind, the Electricity Museum the Torre de Hercules and, of course if you are afootball fan, Riazor stadium when Deportivo La Coruna - especially a Champions League game or a Primera Division game against Real Madrid or Celta Vigo.
If talking about shopping, visit 'El Corte Ingles' and 'Carrefour'.
The Picasso quarter is nice as well
Fondest memory: Walking aside the large street from the Torre de Hercules to the Harbour or aside Riazor beach.
The Museum of the Human Kind.
Visit the TAPAS bars in the evening and try some of these delicious typical spanish 'bar snacks'
The beaches of RIAZOR and EL ORZAN are a must if you are staying in the town and if you like Football you must catch a DEPORTIVO game at the RIAZOR STADIUM.
Fondest memory: My first visit with Kisha in 2000, we had 5 days of fun which led to us realising our true feelings for each other.
Fondest memory: I have no picture for showing you this tower from the romans. It has been used as headlight to help ships to go to the port during years, and you can get up, see the round area of La Coruña and the rests of the romans inside the tower.
It seems that there are now a few more places to check emails and surf the web.
This particular internet cafe is located on Calle de Zalaeta and across the street from the Museo de la Belas Artes.
Favorite thing: Here you can travel along the longest promenade in Europe...Almost 8 kilometres,on foot,by bike or by tram.