Girona es una ciudad a escala humana que tiene, sin embargo, el atractivo de las grandes ciudades.
Se puede pasear tranquilamente por la ciudad histórica y visitar los monumentos y museos, y se puede curiosear cómodamente por las calles y plazas disfrutando de los servicios turísticos, la oferta cultural, los festivales, los restaurantes ...
What to do in Girona?
Points of Interest
One of the most emblematic areas of the Força Vella is the Call or Jewish Quarter, formed by a labyrinth of narrow alleyways and courtyards that maintain the aura of medieval times. It is one of the best-preserved Jewish quarters in the world and a clear example of the importance of Jewish culture in Girona.
Santa Maria Cathedral
A symbol of the city, Girona Cathedral is an imposing building, located at the highest point of the city and with a unique feature: its single nave is the second largest in the world (only surpassed by St. Peter's in the Vatican).
Girona's Roman wall is the city's best viewpoint. From the wall you can see not only the rooftops, but also the Cathedral and even the Pyrenees in the background. The route inside the wall gives you a different view of the city.
Girona's Devesa Park is the largest urban park in the Principality. With more than 2,500 hundred-year-old trees, the city's main lung is a recreational area where nature can be seen in all its splendour.
The Arab baths
This is one of the most surprising places in Girona and a visit to it is a must. With more than 9 centuries of history, the Arab Baths are one of the clearest examples of the multiculturalism that has always existed in the city.