Destination GironaDestination Girona

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The houses on the Onyar

If you take the city bridges over the Onyar, you can see pastel-coloured houses that were built in the Middle Ages on the site of the old city walls. Pont de Ferro offers a beautiful view and the iron bridge was built by Gustave Eiffel, who is famous for his legendary tower in Paris.

The Cathedral

This baroque cathedral, built in 1680, has the widest Gothic nave in the world and conceals a Roman cloister. Make sure that you do not miss the 11th century “Tapestry of the Creation” in the cathedral museum.
Price: € 4, free on Sundays
Address: Plaça de la Catedral
Tel.: +34 972 214 426
www.lacatedraldegirona.com

The Jewish quarter

The Jewish ghetto – El Call – is one of the best preserved in Europe and is a major tourist attraction. Walk through the old district with staired alleyways that border the Carrer de la Força. The roots of the old Jewish community can be studied in the Jewish History Museum, which was built on the site of the 15th century synagogue.
Centre Bonastruc ça Porta
Address: Carrer de la Força 8
Tel.: +34 972 216 761
www.ajuntament.gi/call

The Arabic Baths

Despite the name and the presence of Moorish architecture, this is a Roman building dating from 1100 that was inspired by the Roman public baths.
Price: €1.60
Address: Carrer Ferran el Católic, s/n
Tel.: +34 972 213 262
www.banysarabs.org

The Agullana Mansion

For the most photogenic place in Girona, you should go to the Pujada Sant Domènec to see the arch of the baroque Palua dels Agualla, one of the most popular views in the city.

Passeig de la Muralla

This walking route passes by the remains of the old town walls, which remained intact until 1892. In recent years, the remains of the eastern city walls have been re-built and from the wall, you will have a wonderful view of the sites of Girona.

The Film Museum

This fascinating museum has just opened and is the only film museum of its type in Spain. It has over 25,000 works of art and a library containing literature about film. Closed on Mondays.
Price: €4
Address: Sèquia 1
Tel.: +34 972 412 777
www.museudelcinema.org

Teatre-Museu Dalí

Figueres, the birth place of the famous Catalonian artist Salvado Dalí, where the unusual and beautiful Teatre-Museu Dalí is now housed, is definitely worth a visit.
Price: €10
Address: Plaça Gala Salvador-Dalí 5
Transport: A half-hour train ride from Girona.
Tel.: +34 972 677 500
www.salvador-dali.org

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