Iconic Girona



3 hours


Max People



Nestled in the heart of Catalonia, Girona with its Medieval charm, winding cobblestone streets, and breathtaking views of the Onyar River, enchants visitors with its timeless beauty. Explore ancient fortresses, wander through picturesque squares, and savour the flavours of Catalan cuisine in this captivating city where history comes alive at every turn.


  • Plaça Independència
  • Houses over Onyar river
  • Sant Fèlix & Sant Nicolau churches
  • Monastery of Sant Pere de Galligants
  • Arab Baths (outside)
  • Cathedral (interior visit is optional)
  • Walk over the mediaeval walls (optional)
  • Jewish Quarter (Museum is optional)
  • Eiffel Bridge
  • Game of Thrones Locations

Meeting point

During the booking process we will provide you different options such as your Hotel/accommodation in Girona, train station if you come from Barcelona or in plaça independència.

End point

Girona city centre




Yes! The Cathedral of Girona is open to the public every day. If you are interested in visiting the Jewish History Museum it opens Sunday and Mondays from 10am to 2pm and from Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm.

If you are coming from Barcelona by high speed train, your guide will meet you at the train station. If you are staying in Girona and your accommodation is in the “Barri Vell” your guide will meet you at your accommodation. Otherwise a meeting point in “Plaça Independència” will be suggested.

Absolutely! Your tour guide will adapt the speech and tone to all the members of the family.

This is a 100% walking tour. Your tour guide will always adapt to your pace and needs.

Girona is not the best wheelchair friendly, but the tour guide knows how to get you to see the most important spots of the city and adapt it to you.

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