Girona is probably one of the most beautiful and least known cities in Spain but it sure has a lot to tell, offer and share with its visitors.
With more than 2,000 years of history, we still preserve parts of the Roman, Carolingian and Medieval walls, and nowadays it is even possible to walk on the top of them to enjoy the city from a bird’s eye view!
We also preserve the original layout of the Roman Via Augusta (the busiest and the longest Roman road built in Spain), a medieval Jewish Quarter considered one of the best preserved of the Middle Ages in Europe, a bridge built by Gustave Eiffel, labyrinthine streets that will transport you to other times, arcaded squares, monuments such as the Cathedral with the widest Gothic nave in the world, the Arab Baths, the "Cul de la LLeona", the Basilica of Sant Feliu, the convent of Sant Pere de Galligans ...
With this Free tour on History and Legends of Girona you will enjoy a complete tour of the area Monumental and medieval of Girona, the Jewish District (Call) where I will also share with you the most interesting legends, or some curiosities about the area!
I’m hoping to see you in Girona very soon!