Hotel Ibis Girona Nord

1 out of 5 stars1 Star

C/ Frencesc Ferrer 16-18, Girona, 17006, Spain
Ibis Girona Costa Brava
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  • Families78
  • Couples75
  • Solo50
  • Business70

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Forum Posts

Walking tour of Girona

by ramot418

According to their web site, the local tourist bureau offers a 2-3 hour walking tour of the town (in English) for about 10 euros per person. Actually, I prefer to do it myself with appropriate literature, but I can't find anything on the Internet with enough detail. Also, the time of the tour isn't very convenient for me. I don't mind paying the money and working out something with the inconvenient hour - if it's worth it. Does anyone have any experience with this tour and its quality? I thank you very much.

Re: Walking tour of Girona

by dino335

try www.spain.com. Girona old town is not that big, a few major sites, and you can walk around it on the walls, you don't need a guided tour.

Re: Walking tour of Girona

by Bada-Ran

I'd say take the guided tour. Usually guides have quite much more information than any guide, and sometimes curisities, traditions, gossip, and so on. The old town of Giron is small, but with lot of history, enough to fill up 3 hours. I once did a guided tour in a cathedral (you see, much smaller than a gothic quarter) and the amount of information and the "passion" pf the guide were really worth. In a way, it's like seeing a museum on your own, or guided. You'll see what you prefer.

Travel Tips for Girona

Feel medieval

by Raimix

Girona looked the most medieval comparing it to other visited places in Catalunya (Barcelona, Tarragona, Montserrat).

The most medieval part of town is former Jewish quarter (El Call). It is full of narrow wawing streets, ups and downs. Jewish here lived from the second half of 10th century till 1492. It is the most preserved Jewish quarter in Europe.

Old town is also a home for some Romanesque – Gothic medieval churches, not too much changed for a long time.

Catalan

by Mahieu

Girona is part of Catalunya. The main language is Catalan, but they also speak Spanish (Castillano). Catalan is a sort of mix between French and Spanish. If you speak one of these languages, you'll understand most of the written language. Some restaurant menu's are only in Catalan though, which makes it kind of hard.
Catalan people are very proud of their identitiy! We were in 1 place, where we ordered in Spanish and the waiter didn't want to answer in Spanish, he kept speaking Catalan and when we told him that we didn't understand, he changed into English!
A bit a shame that tourists are thrown into this political twist as well.
But this was only once, most people were very friendly and answered us in Spanish.

VII Girona FESTIVAL OF WORLD SACRED MUSIC

by prunila

Don't miss it!!!
every summer we enjoy this festival, it is unique. Not many tourist go there, mainly locals.
Unique festival and market of food from the world.
If you don't like the programm try at least to eat at the market (evenings). It is a lot of atmosphere, you eat outside at the Catedral square.

30.06.06-9.07.06

Tickets:
- Servicaixa de la Caixa: Terminals de Servicaixa, www.servicaixa.com o Tel. 902 332 211
- El Corte Inglés: www.elcorteingles.es o al Tel. 902 400 222
- Oficina de Turisme: Rambla de la Llibertat, 1
- Taquilles en el recinte del Festival: Plaça dels Apòstols, de 6 de la tarda a 12 de la nit, a Sant Lluc, de 5 de la tarda a 12 de la nit (els dies 4, 10, 11 i 13 de juliol) i a Sant Domènec, de 8 de la tarda a 12 de la nit (el dia 29 de juny).

Toot Toot Train

by scottishvisitor

We did think about taking the little train which trudles through Girona's hot spots. Unfortunately the train had been hijacked by a load of School kids. The happy children waved and shouted their Hola to anyone insight! Well maybe it wasn't our turn this time but the kids and the train had us laughing!!

My Favourite restaurant in...

by teresopinha

My Favourite restaurant in playa de aro is Pizzaria Sant LLuis...
There you can eat all kinds of pizzas and traditional food of the region, such as seafood, and the famous 'gaspacho'!! It's delicious!!!!

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