Girona and Barcelona belong to Catalunya. The locals speak catalan which is very close to spanish. Catalan in all its variants is spoken over an area with a population of 10 million people.
Catalunya has its own flag called Senyera. It shows four red bars alternating with five yellow ones, all of the same width.
Since 1980 september 11th is declared as the Catalan national holiday.
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lower old town
bulk of the streets in old quarter are pedestrian .. easy to stroll and behold the local architecture. so many nooks and corners provide many alleys to loose while you discover the city
Sit down and have a beer
I like the "beer atmosphere", and in Girona you can breeth it. Lot of people sit down and have a beer or something else in the bars, talk, smoke a cigarette, aren't in hurry...
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