The discos are outside the city. Inside the city there are lots of pubs, many kinds of them, you will always find one that you like. They are located in the center, around Plaza del Humor and el Orzán. Most people go from pub to pub as there aren't any entrance fees. They are always packed. Many young people also bring their drinks (el botellón) and drink them in Plaza del Humor and also on the beach or the gardens. If you plan to do el botellón please behave yourself, don't yell and clean up your mess. El botellón is a big issue in Spain and the police is starting to arrest some people.
The nightlife goes off in Coruna, and I can't really say where to go as there are many places.
The best this is to head down town, and just pic what seems to be the best that night.
Just keep in mind, that the places won't get buzzing until after 1am, before that they will be empty
Although Matthews Bar was touted as the best Irish bar in the city, we landed on St Patricks day, and ok, so maybe he didnt appreciate the tirade of Man U songs (he closed!) but we still felt the Limerick Bar on the Orzan beach front was the better.
The bar behind is a local brothel!
I rate big rock as the best bar in Santa Christina, due to good music and a good selection of beers also has some exelent Tapas which i would recomend.
At the time i was there they had the best looking barmaids.
Also Open the latest, we were there till past 4 in the morning.
Dress Code: Very relaxed.