Amazing place, amazing city, very lovely people, price is very wise, cafés, shopping stores, and outstanding historical sites. A must!
About Patronat Call de Girona
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The entire "casco antiguo" is lovely. Nice restaurants with well restored buildings. The evening is perfect for wandering with the locals. The feel is much more local people rather than tourist.
This was one of the highlights for me, when visiting Girona. Really worth it to take your time wandering the streets here as there will be A LOT of great photo opportunities. It is one of the places where it is historically and visually interesting,...More
This is a very good old town to take a stroll and take in the historical buildings which are very well preserved. Certain scenes in Game of Throne was shot here. There are also cafes and souvenir shops to keep one occupied.
While the Jewish museum in Girona has fewer bells and whistles than other Jewish museums in southern Europe, compared to the others I have visited, this one is unique in that it is more of an archaeological museum. When the Jewish community in Gerona was...More
While none of the Synagogues remain, the winding cobblestone labyrinth which is the Jewish Quarter is an amazing place to spend an hour or four. There are many stories linked to it's streets. Must see.
Exploring the museum in the heart of the Jewish quarter was interesting. Seeing the artifacts from the 1400's in the place where the old Jewish quarter existed had more impact then just observing them in a museum in the US.
A hilly area of cobbled streets, which can be difficult to negotiate. However, it is worth some effort, as it full of character. The narrow lanes and alleys take you through history, through the large ancient city walls.