Discover everything you can do and visit in this romantic city full of history and magic, and immerse yourself in its charming alleys, charming squares and picturesque bridges...
You cannot miss this medieval jewel on your visit to Catalonia!
Girona is a charming city in the Catalonia region of northeastern Spain, with a rich historical heritage, cobbled streets and a captivating medieval atmosphere.
The Old Quarter of Girona is a charming place full of history and beauty. Its cobbled streets, colorful houses along the Onyar River and flower-bedecked balconies create a picturesque image. In addition, it houses treasures such as El Call, the old Jewish quarter, the Arab Baths, the Wall and the Monastery of Sant Pere de Galligants.
Exploring this neighborhood is immersing yourself in a fascinating world where the past meets the beauty of the present. Girona and its Old Quarter are a must for lovers of history and culture.
Girona Cathedral, located in the heart of the city, is an impressive architectural masterpiece. Built over several centuries, it combines Gothic, Romanesque and Baroque elements.
This jewel houses many outstanding works. Among them is the impressive Tapestry of Creation , dating from the 11th-12th centuries, which tells the biblical story of the creation of the world. In addition, you can admire the paleochristian sarcophagi from the 4th century, the largest Gothic nave in the world, the precious Book of the Beatus from the 10th century, the altar altar and the Episcopal Chair from the 11th century.
It will captivate you with its splendor and majesty!
Temps de Flors (Flower season) is an annual event that transforms the city of Girona into a spectacular flower garden. During this festivity, the patios, squares and historical buildings are adorned with colorful and fragrant flowers, creating a magical atmosphere.
An experience that attracts people from all over the world to marvel at this explosion of colors and aromas. It is a celebration that feeds the soul and inspires you to appreciate human creativity and the abundance of nature.
Girona became an iconic setting for "Game of Thrones". The majestic Cathedral l became the Great Sept of Baelor, while the stone bridge represented the roads of Braavos. The medieval city, with its cobbled streets and ramparts, added a unique charm to the series. Girona became an essential destination for fans of the series, who enjoyed the magic and fantasy that enveloped the city during filming.
Let the magic of "Game of Thrones" come alive on your steps through Girona!