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Girona City and County Guided Private Day Trip From Barcelona
"Start your day by being picked up at either your centrally located hotel or port. Journey to the historic city of Girona in an air-conditioned Mercedes van with your English-speaking guide. Discover more than 2000 years of history preserved inside the city walls on your ten hour private tour. Visit the old Jewish Quarter the Collegiate Church of Sant Feliu and the11th century Cathedral of Saint Mary. Travel to the town of Peratallada an historic-artistic monument. Discover the beauty of the carved stoned city known for the beauty of it's old stone buildings rutted stone streets and passageways. See the imposing Castle of Peratallada in the center of town and the 13th-century Romanesque church dedicated to St. Stephen
From EUR69.00
 
Girona and Besalu Jewish History Tour Private
"Your 7-hour private adventure begins when a friendly professional guide picks you up at your hotel and begins the journey to the city of Girona. Home to a historic Jewish quarter Girona has steep steps old streets and barri vellshops to charm and delight the visitor. Despite the expulsion of Jews in 1492 from the area today the ‘call dels jueus’ remains in the same location it has been since the Middle Ages. Break for lunch and chose to buy something in town or just wander the streets before continuing on to the small country village of Besalú. This town has b arches stone houses and shops that still sell local handicrafts and goods. Don’t forget to pass over the striking Romanesque bridge that provides access to the town over the Fluvià river
From EUR275.00
 
Viator Exclusive: 'Game Of Thrones' Walking Tour of Girona
"The tour will start in one of the most famous stairs of Girona the stairs of the Church of Sant Martí s'Acosta in the Pujada de Sant Domenech. Head deeper into the narrow and winding alleys of the Jewish quarter (Call Jueu) street of Claveria Sant Llorenç street Cúndaro street. Then pass the Cathedral of Santa Maria to reach Cartanyà Bisbe Street in the neighborhood near the Casserna dels Alemanys (German Headquarters). Return to the cathedral to admire its baroque façade and see the large stairs that lead down to square. From there
From EUR67.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Girona

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Salvador Dali

If you really want to make this trip unfforgetable, don't miss Salvador Dali's museum. It's located in a small village called Figueres, and it's an amazing museum and the village is very lovely!!Don't...
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Barcelona - capital of Catalunya

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...
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Serra de Montserrat - mountains and monastery

Montserrat is an escape to quite unusual Spanish mountains and monastery. Montserrat means “Teeth Mountains”, actually mountains look like teeth. The research showed that such form mountains were...
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Fantastic Acoustics

The gorgeous deconsecrated church of Sant Pere des Galligants (now an archeological museum) has splendid acoustics for a capella medieval music. If you're there all by yourself (as we were), practice...
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Trip to Figueres

If you are into surrealistic art, you should visit the city of Figueres (Capital of the Emporda region). Figueres is birthplace of Salvador Dali and home to the famous Dali Museum. After the Prado...
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Best pastries in Girona

I adore this bakery. First of, they offer the most fantastic bread in Girona, called Florentina. Not the cheapest bread but hey... worth it. Second, they offer fantastic pizzas, muffins, pies,...
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Celrà - LA FABRICA ****

INDUSTRIAL ARCHITECTUREIf you have a car and you plan to visit Ampurdan (road to La Bisbal) you can stop at Celrà where it is a nice factory restored.They use the building for a dance school.Inside it...
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VII Girona FESTIVAL OF WORLD SACRED MUSIC

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...
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... the surrounding of Girona...

... If you happen to travel by car and are able to move around... try visiting Santa Coloma... it is a small town, close to Girona. There is a place called Castanyet, a tavern with a very rustical...
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Visit the cells where dead monks were mummified

Close to the museum are the cells where the dead monks were taken to be mummified. Their habits were sewn up at their feet, sleeves and hood and they were then sat upright in a cubicle. The fluids...
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Parc de la Devesa

On the opposite side of the Church San Feliu, crossing the river, you can find this large park. I've seen prettier parks, but like everywhere in Spain, the quiet pace of life, combined with the...
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Passeig de la Muralla

Ok, I was told that you can walk around the old town walls and do the tour of almost all the city like that, but somehow I kept getting lost halfway :-)))Nevertheless, I saw some nice views,...
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Trip along the Costa Brava

If you have a car you should drive along the scenic Costa Brava coastline which is situated to the east of Girona. The magnificient coastal area has a rocky coastline with sheltered coves and...
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AMPURIAS (Catalan Empuries) -...

AMPURIAS (Catalan Empuries) - the name derives from the Greek for 'trading station'. It's the oldest Greek (6 c BC) and then Roman (2c BC) settlement on the Iberian Peninsula. All that remains today...
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Top Hotels in Girona

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Gran Via de Jaume I, 22, 17001 Girona, Spain
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Amsterdam, S/n, 17480
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Pujada Polvorins 1, Girona, Catalonia, 17004, Spain
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Platja St. Pol s/n, S'Agaro, Costa Brava, 17248, Spain
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Carrer Nou 3 / Avda Sant Francesc 6, Girona, Catalonia, 17001, Spain
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Avenida de Francia 61, Girona, Catalonia, 17007, Spain
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Top Things to Do in Girona

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City Walls

The city wall or Stone Route is high with steps so you need to be fit.The wall is well maintained with modern brick topping.The start of the wall by the river Onyar is at Placa de Catalunya. The views...
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Arab Baths

We thought it would be much bigger, since there was quite a lot photos from it. It was actually quite a small place, and it took about 15 to 10 min for us to visit it, even if I took lots of photos....
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Old Town

The old town of Girona (Barri Vell) is the main reason to visit Girona anyway. I guess noone comes here for the Eixample (the modern part) that has a lot of shops, restaurants etc but nothing unique...
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El Call - Jewish Quarter

The part of the old town which is the old Jewish quarters is called the Call. During the medieval time this is were the Jewish community lived and here they had the synagogue, the butcher selling...
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City Cathedral

The cathedral or to give it its proper name, The cathedral church of St Mary of Girona. is up the hill and loads of steps, inside is the worlds widest gothic nave. Worth the climb. A wide nave...
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Church of Sant Feliu

The collegiate church of St Feliu. 14th century.in Gothic style with bell tower. Named after St Feliu a Catalan saint and martyr in Girona,died 304 AD The church is open to visitors ,but closed in the...
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"Girona – medieval splendour of Catalonia"
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