Until 1492 Girona was home to Catalonia's second-most important medieval Jewish community (after Barcelona), and its Jewish quarter, the...
Museu d’Història dels Jueus de Girona
Until 1492 Girona was home to Catalonia’s second-most important medieval Jewish community (after Barcelona), and one of the finest...
Museu d’Història de Girona
The engaging and well-presented city history museum does Girona’s long and impressive story justice, its displays covering everything...
This club is in the southern 'burbs of town. There are three dark spaces that pump out a mix of drum and bass, techno and hip hop. The...
Homemade burgers, quiches, cakes and enough tea to sate an Englishman go well with the wonderful river views and blue-and-white...
Plaça de l’Independència 10 · interesting places nearby
Popular with students and 30-somethings, this bar gets pretty rowdy whenever a big match is on. A good spot to alternate your beers and cocktails with tapas or even grab some breakfast.