Comme to Girona and join this FREE tour with all of us and discover the history and the essential corners of this wonderful city.
What is a Free Tour?
It is about a walking visit with a qualified guides for free. Once the tour is finished, you can put a price according to your level of satisfaction.
Things to do Historic Girona Free Walking Tour
Join this FREE tour with all of us and discover the history and the essential corners of this wonderful city.
We will start the tour at Plaça Catalunya, where we will introduce you to the city of Girona. We will enter the old town and talk about its history, legends and lifestyle in the past and now.
We will continue walking north, through the Jewish Quarter and to the Cathedral. We will leave the Wall of the Old Force there and turn south to the newer parts of the Barri Vell. We will cross the river on one of the most emblematic bridges and walk through the most modern Mercadal district before finishing the tour in Plaça Independència.
What will we see?
Plaça Catalunya - Call jueu - Carrer de la Força - Pujada de Sant Domènec - Cathedral - Basilica of Sant Feliu - Mercadal neighborhood - Plaça de la Independència - Bridges of Pedra and Eiffel - Rambla - Plaça del Vi - City Hall.
Highlights to see in Historic Girona Free Walking Tour
Basilica of Sant Feliu
Bridges of Pedra and Eiffel
Guide in Spanish and English
Availability and starting time
11:00 - Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
When to book?
You can reserve up to before the activity
English spoken guide
Food and beverage
Next to Gioconda's ice cream shop
How to book?
Limited availability. Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability. Choose date and fill in the required fields. Secure and protected payment. You will immediately receive your booking confirmation.
Super safe route! COVID-19 efforts
Our route takes the recommendations and key considerations of security and protection against Coronavirus.
Is the interior of the monuments visited?
Only the exterior of the named sites
Is the tour adapted for people with reduced mobility?