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Girona is the perfect example of a Catalan city. Moreover, it is a place where ancient grandeur blends in with the region’s contemporary style. This is a thoroughly modern city with a large student population, a thriving art scene, hip bars and chic shops. It is no wonder that for years running, Girona has been voted the best place to live in Spain.
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The River Onyar, lined by buildings in red and ochre, divides the old city from the new, and though it rarely amounts to much more than a trickle these days, is a good place to start a stroll. Girona is also an excellent base for travellers who wish to explore the Costa Brava.
The Houses on the River Onyar
By crossing the city bridges over the Onyar River, you can see the pastel-coloured houses that were built in the Middle Ages on the site of the old city walls. Pont de Ferro offers beautiful views and its iron bridge built by Gustave Eiffel, more famous for that legendary tower in Paris.
The Cathedral
The 1680 Baroque façade has the widest Gothic nave in the world and hides a Romanesque cloister. Be sure to see the 11th-century ‘Tapestry of the Creation’ in the cathedral museum.
The Jewish Quarter
The Jewish ghetto – El Call – is one of the best preserved in Europe and is a major tourist attraction. Take a walk around the old quarter with alleyways of stairs bordering Carrer de la Força. The roots of the old Jewish community can be explored at the Museum of the History of the Jews, built on the site of a 15th-century synagogue.
The Arab Baths
Despite the name and the presence of Moorish architecture, this is a Romanesque building from the 1100’s inspired by Roman public baths.
The Agullana Mansion
To catch Girona’s best photogenic spot, head for Pujada Sant Domènec to see the arch of the Baroque Agullana Mansion, one of the most popular images of the city.
Passeig De La Muralla
This tourist walking route runs along what is now left of the old city walls, which stayed intact until 1892. In recent years, the remaining parts of the eastern city walls have been reconstructed and magnificent views of Girona’s attractions can be seen from the wall.
The Cinema Museum
This intriguing museum was only opened recently and is the only film museum of its kind in Spain. It features more than 25,000 artifacts and is also home to a library with film-related publications.
Teatre-museu Dalí
Teatre-museu Dalí is definitely worth visiting. Figueres was the birthplace of famous Catalan artist Salvador Dalí, and home to the weird and wonderful Teatre-Museu Dalí, which is designed by the artist himself.
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Girona Airport
The Girona Airport is located 12 kilometres from Girona. There is no public transport to Girona, but a Ryan Air bus goes to the Girona bus station every 1/2 hour from the airport and on the hour from the city. Taxis can be found just outside the arrivals terminal and a 15-20 minutes trip to Girona. Avis, Europa, Eurocar and Hertz all rent cars at the airports, however, booking in advance is recommended.
Public Transport
Girona is a relatively modest size city and the entire historical centre can easily be covered on foot. For visiting the surrounding area and the neighbouring towns, Girona is a hub for a well-connected transport system of trains and busses. Both the bus and the train station are located on Plaça Espanya where there are regular links to Barcelona, Figueres and the Costa Brava.
Stamps are also sold in estancos, or tobacconist’s shops, recognised by the "T" sign. Post Office:
For a 24 hour pharmacy, go to the nearest pharmacy and look at the rotation schedule with addresses printed on the door or see online.
Country Code: +34 Area Code: 981
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