We'll do a tour of Girona during morning to know how is the daily life of its inhabitants. We are going to know the social, political, economical context of the city. Furtherore we are going to discover the history, legends, popular customs of Girona. From the meeting point we'll go to the Local Market, then "Jardins de la Infància", a place with a lot of history. Then we'll continue towards Catalonia Square. Then we'll go to the Rambla, another point where we will be able to know more history about Catalan culture. Afther that we will head towards "Plaça del Vi", where we can find the City Hall and we'll discover a legend about Girona. We'll continue until a curiosity in Girona, the smallest square in Europe. We'll go to visit the Jewish Quarter and there we'll know some anecdotes. Then we'll go to the Cathedral, the most visited place in Girona. Afther the Catherdral we'll go to the Arabic Baths, where we'll explain more curiosities about this place. Then we'll go Sant Felix Church, another emblematic place in Girona. We'll end in "Plaça Independència", where we'll explain more historical events. Now, it's time to have a beeer/soda in a local bar and chad with locals.
Hi! I am Dolors. I am passionate about the history, culture, politics and the local life of Girona. I live in Girona and I want to show you how Girona is in its daily life. I know the most magical corners and my work at the Girona City Council has allowed me to know the city thoroughly and details that are unknown to many people.
Local food market: local producers and proximity products Jardins de la Infància: a place with a lot of history. Catalonia Square: peak point of the center of Girona. The Rambla & Bridges: a point with history and Catalan culture. Plaça del Vi: where we can find the City Hall. The smallest square in Europe. Jewish quarter: the narrow streets. The Cathedral; Arabic Baths; Sant Felix Church and Plaça Independència: Symbols of Girona.
In case of heavy rain, the experience will be canceled.
Girona by morning with locals