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Girona: Private 1-Way Transfer to/from Girona Airport (GRO)

1. Girona: Private 1-Way Transfer to/from Girona Airport (GRO)

Ensure your trip is hassle-free with a convenient private 1-way transfer between Girona Airport (GRO) and your accommodation in Girona. Choose from 2 vehicle options to best fit your needs. Tailor your private transfer experience by indicating what you need when you book. For groups of 3 passengers or fewer, choose from a sedan vehicle that can fit 3 standard-sized pieces of luggage. For groups of up to 7 passengers, choose the minivan option that can fit 7 standard-sized pieces of luggage. On the day of travel, enjoy a meet and greet service from your professional driver at the airport's arrivals hall. Get help with your luggage, board your vehicle, then sit back and enjoy the ride to your destination.

Girona: City Tour from Barcelona

2. Girona: City Tour from Barcelona

About ninety kilometers north of Barcelona reach the city of Girona. Its historical center or "barri vell" is one of the most evocative of Catalonia with monumental elements unique in Europe.  local guide you will pick you up with a car or private bus. Then be taken to Gerona either by the coastal road or the highway (your choice).  You will cross one of the bridges over the river Oñar and you will begin to walk the "Barri vell". Visit the church of Sant Feliu, the narrow streets, the Jewish quarter, the stunning cathedral of Santa Maria and enjoy the opportunity to do some shopping or eat at one of the restaurants.

Girona: Small Group Jewish History Tour of Girona and Besalú

3. Girona: Small Group Jewish History Tour of Girona and Besalú

Home to a historic Jewish quarter, Girona has steep steps and old world charm. Despite the expulsion of Jews in 1492 from the area, today the “call dels jueus” remains in the same location it has been since the Middle Ages. Enjoy a guided visit to the Museum of Jewish History located where the third and lasts Synagogue of Girona were located before the expulsion. Break for lunch and explore before continuing on to the small country village of Besalú. This town has housed a traditional mikveh and synagogue since the 13th-century. It remains one of the most important Jewish areas in Catalonia and in 1966 was declared a national historic and artistic site. Traces of ancient Jewish history continue to be discovered in Besalú and the town remains similar to how it was back when it was home to a rich Jewish population. Wander the irregular medieval streets and snap photos of the ancient steps, arches, stone houses and shops that still sell local handicrafts and goods. Don’t forget to pass over the striking Romanesque bridge that provides access to the town over the Fluvià river, one of the most memorable sights in town.

From Barcelona: Private Girona Tour with Personal Guide

4. From Barcelona: Private Girona Tour with Personal Guide

Discover one of the oldest cities of Spain on a private tour of Girona with your own personal guide. Take off from Barcelona in a private vehicle to explore the city’s history, monuments, squares, and more. See Sant Feliu Bridge, Girona Cathedral, the Church of St. Felix, and much more. First, your chauffeur will pick you from your hotel or place of choice, then relax during a 1.5-hour drive to Girona, where your private tour guide will be waiting for you. Once there, you will be ready to start your private tour. Your first stop in the city’s old quarter to see the Sant Feliu Bridge, one of Girona’s many bridges. Continue to Girona Cathedral, known for being one of the most important symbols of the city, featuring Gothic and Baroque styles. After visiting the Roman baths to see the Romanesque art, leave behind the old quarter and head to the Jewish quarter, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful areas in Girona. There, you’ll discover the labyrinthic Medieval streets. Next to the Jewish quarter, visit the Basilica of Sant Feliu (Church of St. Felix), known for being the first cathedral in the city. Get to know more about Girona’s roots, from the Iberians and later the Romans. To learn more about the city’s medieval treasures, you’ll continue the tour to the Rambla de la Llibertat (historic street with a market), the Masó House, the stairs of Sant Martí, and the Convent de Sant Domènec de Girona. When your guided tour is finished, enjoy some time of your own to discover more of Girona by yourself and try local food for another hour. After your free time, your chauffeur will take you back to Barcelona.

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