We cross the neighbourhood following the straight line of Magdalena Street, with fine examples of civil architecture from the period, such as the Ateneo Ferrolán, and numerous buildings with galleries. We continue along Méndez Núñez Street, which leads into the Amboaxe Square, which has best conserved its original layout. We then walk down Real Street until reaching the Port Authority building, which contains the Herrera gardens, the Churruca obelisk and the neoclassic church of San Francisco. From here we are offered one of the finest views over the city and the ría or estuary. Visiting this district at night is particularly recommended, as a result of its excellent lighting, picking out the most important buildings in its straight streets, with the resulting effect producing an atmosphere that takes us back to former times. All that remains is to walk back to Ferrol Vello and end our visit at the Fortress of San Xoán, set in the remains of the old city walls, offering us a new and truly delightful view over the port and the ría or estuary of Ferrol.