One of the most interesting in Catalonia, the historic city of Girona allows you to trace more than 2,000 years of history from two fortified enclosures, the Força Vella and the Medieval Eixample. The first corresponds to the Roman foundation and the second to the enlargement of the walls during the 14th and 15th centuries. 

Its old town is one of the most attractive historic centers in Catalonia with unique and exceptionally well preserved elements such as the Cathedral, St. Peter of Galligants and Saint Nicholas, the Arab Baths, the Basilica of Sant Feliu or the Jewish Quarter. 

The enlargement of the Roman walls in medieval times allows today to walk along the coastal path of the walls and follow the most extensive stretches of Carolingian wall in Europe. The different towers are true privileged viewpoints over the city and its surroundings. We recommend visiting the German Gardens.

Without a doubt, it is a pleasure to walk its streets and discover the corners with a special charm, such as the busy Plaza del Vi, the vaults of The Rambla Llibertat or the Plaza de la Independencia with numerous restaurants. 

Girona offers spectacular images of steep alleys, arcaded spaces and, above all, the facades of the houses on the Onyar, the river that crosses the city, painted in bright colors, which make up the most emblematic image of Girona. 

The city of Girona stands out for its great culinary dynamism, with an extensive range of restaurants and the best restaurant in the world, El Celler de Can Roca. It also offers cozy places to have a quiet drink in the middle of the afternoon, in breweries, terraces and music bars. 

If you are looking for peace and tranquillity you can stroll through the Parc de la Devesa, the green lung of the city or enter the Valley of Sant Daniel, one of the best preserved natural areas of the city, with shady landscapes and water fountains.