Campus de Montilivi

C Merce Rodoreda i Gurgui, num. 2, Girona, 17003, Spain

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Transportation

by KimTony

My family and i are going to Torroella De Montgri (El Delfin Verde) in the next week and due to time, we have not even thought about the transport from Girona Airport until this week. However, contacted the booking agent, who wish ti charge us in excess £300+ for travel which to me is extortionate. Is there public transport available e.g. coach/ train?

Re: Transportation

by dino335

No Train and no public buses I could find. You can book a private shuttle here

http://www.shuttledirect.com/en/php/airport_shuttle_direct.php?cod=YPK1211281919XAR

For about 25 Euro per person ONE WAY

Re: Transportation

by doodybee

try resorthoppa - may be cheaper
we used them up to pineda de mar last october

Re: Transportation

by freland

For public transport - you need to take the Sagales shuttle to G. city first and from there http://www.Ampsa.org bus to L'Estartit (don't know how far is the camping , may be taxi at the end?),
if timetables suit your flight times.

HiH

Re: Transportation

by beattiespain

No public transport. I pick up my clients for the houses I rent and I charge 55 euros from the airport to Torroella. How many of you are there, I could pick you up if you´re stuck.

Re: Transportation

by KimTony

well, there are 4 of us, 3 adults, 1 child

Travel Tips for Girona

The Cathedral

by Malecka

Visit the Cathedral… yes, there are many in western Europe, and yes once seen one, you basically have a pretty good idea of what to expect, but still it is worth it. At first glance it looks gothic, and the feeling that provokes when inside, certainly comes from a gothic cathedral – huge, in all its grandness making the “common human being” feel small. However, it also has baroque elements, on the outside. Nice combination.

AGENDA!

by prunila

If you would like to know what it is happening everyday in the city (market, conferences, music, …) here you have a good link.
I recommend the market tuesday and saturday in LA DEVESA. You can buy good fruits, clothes, music, … and taste a mediterranean way of life.

Barcelona - capital of Catalunya

by Raimix

Barcelona is one of the main towns in Spain, one of the most important ports in Meditarian sea region and Europe’s one of most touristic places.

Barcelona is probably the most known by modernistic Gaudi architecture, including main sight – Church of Holy Family (Sagrada Familia). Barcelona has nice old part with medieval Cathedral, active Rambla street, nice seaside port, Montjuic hill with parks and historical monuments.

Barcelona, if someday Catalunya will be fully free, could be a capital. Barcelona region is the most economically developed region in Spain.

Barcelona is about 100 kilometers from Girona.

For further information watch my Barcelona VirtualTourist page.

Buses to Girona airport from here.

by Dizzyhead

From the city they departure every hour and it is best that you check with the tourist office, because these things change soon much. But 2010 they leave from the Centralstation in Girona to the airport.

Best Catalan - Last chance before December 2004

by escuain about Can Geli

This is our best restaurant. It's in an old XVII century farm house, offering local specialties. The ambience is historical, not only the thick-walled stone farmhouse, but also the old forged farmer utensiles hanging over the walls.

The sad note is that there's a new highway planned, and they are going to level this "nuisance" in view of "progress"... We can thank our Catalan government, who supports La Caixa in keeping the toll motorway active, and throwing money away in useless parallel highways. What a waste :(

You must reserve hours before going, usually it's always full! Grilled meat (carn a la brasa) with allioli (thick oil and garlic emulsuion, to accompany grilled meat). Actually, it has the best allioli sauce around.

Don't forget the "porró", a wine decanter whith a small spout, you drink directly from it!

Remember, this historical restaurant closes end of December 2004.

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