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"Salvador Dali Museum
"Salvador Dali Museum Figueres and Cadaques Small Group Day Trip from Barcelona""Depart Barcelona and set out for Figueres the birthplace of Dalí and home to the world famous Dalí Museum-Theatre. Explore where he was born on Monturiol Street and also visit the famous museum. Step inside the surreal world of Salvador Dalí and find a museum like none other. Dalí wanted visitor and for this reason he wanted no catalogues and refused to have his works placed in chronological or subject order. Inside is a world of fantasy mixed with architecture mixed with paintings and sculptures. It’s a complete surrealistic experience. The tou narrow shady streets and sandy bay
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Private Salvador Dali Day Trip to Figueres and the Costa Brava from Barcelona
"Depart Barcelona and set out for Figueres the birthplace of Dalí and home to the world-famous Dalí Theatre-Museum. See where he was born on Monturiol Street and step inside his surreal world in the museum like none other. Inside the museum you’ll find a world of fantasy mixed with architecture paintings and sculptures. From Figueres your tour itinerary varies depending on season.September 16 - June 30 (Winter):Head to the beautiful coastal village of Cadaqués. Famous for its white-washed Mediterranean houses narrow shady streets and sandy bay Cadaques is one of the most picturesque villages on the Costa Brava. The dramatic drive there
From EUR110.00
 
Private Tour: Medieval Towns and Dali Landscapes Day Trip from Barcelona
"Get picked up at your hotel in Barcelona and head for Calella de Palafrugell. This day trip is private so you’ll enjoy undivided attention from your knowledgeable guide throughout. During the 90-minute drive to Costa Brava learn about the life of Salvador Dalí and his connection to this part of Catalonia. Once in the village stroll the streets and walk along the gorgeous coastline. Linger for a while in Cala El Golfet a secluded cove just outside of the village and even consider going for a swim in the sea.From there enjoy the 20-minute drive in the comfortable van to Peratallada one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Catalonia. Walk the streets and learn about its history as you pass by the soaring 13th-century Romanesque church as well as the castle that dominates the center of town. Cap your visit with a leisurely lunch ( head to the Dalí-Gala Castle Museum-House (Castell de Pubol)
From EUR117.00

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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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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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Museu del Cinema

We weren´t sure, should we visit it, but then it happened to be free museum day (maybe it is every first sunday of the month?) and we went. Nothing to loose then. We were glad we did. Maybe it wasn´t...
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Passeig de la Muralla

Built between 9th and 15th Century, these Medieval walls surround a big part of the Girona Historic centre. Accesible at quite a few points, you can go up and walk along it, enjoying the spectacular...
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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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River Onyar

The river Onyar devides Girona into two parts: the old and the new part. Most of modern Girona lies on the west side of the river, whereas the old city is right across the river. And that is where the...
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