Some advice
in order to help
you plan your stay in
A Coruña Prepare your visit


Located in the heart of A Coruña, ITG is part of the city’s business fabric.

Here we offer you a series of tips to make your stay comfortable, practical and interesting. We also explain the easiest ways to get to our headquarters.

Location and access


Rúa Cantón Grande número 9,
Floor 315003 A Coruña · +34 981 173 206

Contact Táxi

(+34) 981 287 777
(+34) 981 243 333

Your stay in A Coruña

We recommend accommodation in the vicinity of our headquarters. These are hotels with which we often work and in which we trust both to accommodate our visitors and to organise events.

Eurostars Hotel

3′ walk 250 m from ITG

Hotel Zenit A Coruña

5′ walk 400m from ITG

Hotel Hesperia A Coruña

6′ walking distance 500m from ITG

Atlantic Landscape

Located in front of the sea, at the end of the Montealto neighbourhood, the Tower of Hercules is a World Heritage Site and the only functioning Roman lighthouse in the world, one of the jewels you can find on a peninsula full of history.

If you like walking, you’re in the right place: we have one of the longest urban promenades in Europe!

A wide cultural offer

A Coruña has a wide network of scientific museums, including the Domus, the National Museum of Science and Technology and the Casa de las Ciencias.

In the field of culture we have a multitude of museums and exhibition halls, but also cinemas, concerts, libraries… Within our own headquarters we recommend you visit the free exhibitions offered by the Barrié Foundation throughout the year.

Restaurants in Centre

The immediate vicinity of our offices offers a wide range of gastronomic options to suit all budgets: in Calle de la Estrella, Olmos and Barrera you will find some of the most iconic restaurants and bars in the city.

If you want to try a specific dish, we recommend that you ask our colleagues at ITG, they will surely know how to guide you.

About ITG

We are a National Technology Centre officially recognised since 2012 by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, Secretary of State for Research, Development and Innovation, and our raison d’être is to improve the competit ive capacity of companies, organisations and professionals through R+D+i and differential technology.