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Get your fix of ‘Game of Thrones’ fantasy drama on this Viator Exclusive tour of the season six filming sites in Girona. Much of the city’s Old Town was transformed into the streets and landmarks of King’s Landing and Braavos, two fictional towns from the HBO hit series. Learn about key filming sites and hear insider gossip about the show from a guide. You’ll also discover some of Girona’s striking landmarks including the Cathedral of Santa Maria.
Experience Girona’s history and culture on this small group walking excursion. After meeting up with your guide Plaça de Sant Feliu, spend a few hours exploring this Catalon city’s esplanades, old walls, bridges, and landmarks. Admire the history of the Jewish Quarter and marvel at Roman artifacts, winding streets, and an impressive artistic heritage while learning about the city from a knowledgeable guide.
Explore the life and creativity of Salvador Dalí on this full-day tour to the Spanish artist’s hometown of Figueres and other highlights of the Costa Brava. Visit the spectacular Theatre-Museum Dalí showcasing his drawings, paintings and jewels, and stroll around the bay of Port Lligat, where Dalí lived later in life. You’ll also visit the surreal landscape of Creus Cape Natural Park and indulge in tastings of wine, olive oil and other regional products. Group size is limited to 7 for a more personalized experience.
Soar above Catalonia’s ancient dormant volcanoes on a thrilling hot air balloon ride over the Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park. Soak up panoramic views that stretch as far as the Mediterranean and the Pyrenees on a clear day as the winds carry you up to 6,500 feet (1981 meters) in the air. Sip pink cava and enjoy the spectacular silence during the 1.5-hour flight. After landing, cap off the unforgettable morning with a traditional Catalonian hot breakfast.
Meet at 10 am in Plaça de Sant Feliu square to begin your guided tour through the Jewish neighbourhood of Girona, one of the best preserved in Europe.
This district, whose original appearance has been well preserved, is located in the heart of the city and is full of ancient remains from its
Roman and Medieval past. Known popularly as the "Call", this area was home to one thousand inhabitants during the Middle Ages, making it one of the most important Jewish communities in Spain's history.
As you explore the pretty narrow streets of the Jewish Quarter, the hometown of Nahmanides, the Medieval Kabbalistic philosopher, physician and Sephardic Rabbi, you'll visit the spots where the city's three synagogues were located.
During the guided tour you will find out all about the customs and traditions of the Jewish people who lived here, as well as the tools that they used, and the design of their houses. You'll also visit the Museum of Jewish History to learn about their way of life.
Your guide will then lead you around the labyrinthine streets while explaining the history of the Expulsion of the Jews in 1492, an act that ended 600 years of coexistence. After three hours exploring the "Call", your tour will come to an end, and you'll have newfound knowledge of the profound influence that the Jewish community left in Girona.
It will cover the entirety of the Old City, followed by a walk past the City Hall, through the Ramblas, across the Eiffel Bridge and finish in Plaza Independencia. During the tour, you will learn about the history and legends of Girona like a local. With your guide, a native english speaker,you will discover the historical and cultural significance of famous places and buildings, and even find hidden artifacts scattered throughout the city.
Why did HBO choose Girona to shoot the acclaimed series Game of Thrones? Come with us and discover the history of this old city while visiting the different locations that appeared in the show.
The adventures of Arya Stark while training to be a faceless woman, and the spectacular (SPOILER ALERT!) destruction of the Cathedral, are just some of the scenes that where filmed here.
Come dive with us into the Seven Kingdoms!
This guided walking tour takes in a stunning section of Camin de Ronda coastal path on the Costa Brava. The paths were originally created to allow remote villages to connect with each other, but it was also used by local authorities to protect the coastline against the illegal activities of smuggling and the black market in days gone by.
We will walk around 12km with stops for coffee and a swim, and finish with a fantastic lunch overlooking the bay of Calella de Palafrugell before being transferred back to Palamos by private mini-bus.
There will be plenty of opportunity to take photos and admire the beautiful views, scenery, flora and fauna that can be seen along the way.
Get the full Mediterranean coastal experience during this full-day, easily-customized, private tour of Spain’s Costa Brava. Feel like you’ve walked into a real-life postcard as you explore this laid-back region’s picturesque fishing villages, ancient settlements, eye-popping coastal walkways and charming medieval castles. Best of all, this flexible excursion can be designed to fit your specific interests and needs. A private guide and vehicle, refreshments and snacks and round-trip hotel transport are included.
Explore the city of Girona and see some of the filming locations from the popular TV show, Game of Thrones, on this half-day, private tour from Barcelona. Follow your guide around Girona which has represented three important cities in the show: Bravoos, King's Landing, and Antigua. Learn about the real medieval history of the city from your guide and see where famous scenes from the show were filmed.
Discover Catalonia’s Jewish heritage on a full-day tour of Girona and Besalú led by a private guide. Learn about the area’s rich history as you wander the winding streets and unique shops of Girona’s old Jewish quarter, visit the Museum of Jewish History, and explore Besalú’s unique cultural treasures including a Romanesque bridge, a 12th-century Mikveh, and the remains of a medieval synagogue.
Journey back in time to medieval Spain on this full-day tour to several of Costa Brava’s most charming villages. See a historic lighthouse in Llafranc, walk a coastal trail to the hillside cottages of Calella de Palafrugell and admire Begur’s imposing castle. In the inland towns of Pals and Peratallada, sample local cuisine and wander down cobblestone streets while learning about the area’s fascinating history from your guide. Numbers are limited to 7 for a more personalized small-group experience.
Focus on the life and times of Salvador Dalí during this full-day tour from Girona. With a guide in the lead, you'll follow a carefully-curated itinerary centered on the "Dalí Triangle": the House-Museum, the Gala-Dalí Castle, and the Dalí Museum. In addition to what you'll learn through exhibits at each stop, you'll have the benefit of engaging guided commentary and plenty of time to ask questions about this surrealist artist.
Discover the 2,000-year history of Girona on a half-day small-group walking tour. Learn about the city’s ancient Roman past and rich artistic heritage as you explore the Medieval Quarter with a local guide. Visit the Cathedral of Santa Maria in Girona, the Arab Baths, and the Jewish History Museum, and stroll through the narrow cobblestone streets of the old Jewish Quarter as you learn about some of the best places to dine and shop while in town.
Step back in time to an era of gallant knights, epic battles and majestic castles during this medieval tournament and flamenco show at Valltordera Castle. Celebrate two of Spain’s most traditional forms of entertainment as you dance along to an elegant flamenco performance and witness a jousting tournament, complete with suits of armor and sword battles. Round-trip transport from Costa Brava, plus one drink are also covered. If you’re feeling hungry, an upgrade for a medieval-style banquet is also available.
Wine and culture meet at this marvelous half-day trip from Girona! Join our small groups and come discover one of the most well preserved medieval towns in Catalonia: the beautiful Pals. Wonder through its narrow streets and then go enjoy local wines on a small cellar at the heart of the Empordà and the Costa Brava. Still hesitating?
The Empordà wine region produces some of Catalonia’s most interesting wines and this half-day small-group tasting tour from Girona is the ideal introduction. Visit two of the region’s small wineries or wine cellars; sample a selection of red, white, and rosé wines; and tuck into regional specialties including meats, cheeses, and desserts during a decadent brunch. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.
Visit Castellfollit de la Roca, Besalú, and Banyoles on a full-day Garrotxa tour from Girona that combines beautiful scenery with medieval villages. For travelers without independent transport, linking up the picture-perfect spots would mean a long series of bookings, but exploring with a guide takes care of logistics while unlocking the Garrotxa’s long history, from stone bridges to cliff-top houses and medieval architecture.
Avoid the crowds on land and enjoy unobstructed views of Menorca’s coastline on a boat trip to secluded beaches that are only accessible by water. Traveling with a guide means you’ll tick off natural attractions with ease, and maximize your chances of spotting marine life such as dolphins. Plus, included lunch and round-trip hotel transfers make for a seamless experience.
Get acquainted with the architectural wonders of Antoni Gaudí, the godfather of Catalan Modernism, on this guided day trip to Barcelona from the Costa Brava. Tour the capital's top Gaudí sights, including the UNESCO-listed Park Güell, Plaça de Catalunya and La Sagrada Familia, the jewel in Barcelona’s architectural crown. If you’ve opted for the afternoon departure, you’ll cap your full-day tour with a viewing of the Montjuic Magic Fountain light show.
The historic city of Girona has some of Spain’s best-preserved medieval architecture, but many of the city’s winding streets and narrow alleys are closed to vehicle traffic. Join a local guide for a walking tour of Girona that winds through the Jewish Quarter and Old City; you’ll discover some of Girona’s most magnificent highlights, find hidden squares, and learn about thousands of years of local history.
If you are nature lovers and you like to discover new areas, this is the best option for you!!
On this full day tour you will explore different areas, the first area with a lot of history where our guide will explain the medieval and Jewish heritage of Besalú and a second part of the day to enjoy the nature of the Natural Park of La Garrotxa, in the pre-Pyrenees area with more than 40 volcanoes none of them active for thousands of years. You will prove it with your own eyes visiting a Medieval hermitage located in the middle of the crater of one of them. Also you will visit Castellfollit de la Roca to take some photos of the Basaltic cliff and Santa Pau an small village sorrounded by volcanoes.
To finish this amazing day, you will have the opportunity to have a walk or to sail at the Banyoles lake , the largest lake in Catalonia.
We will come back to Girona city about 5/5.30pm depending on the traffic.
Immerse yourself in the medieval history of the Costa Brava on this multi-stop day trip. Round-trip transportation from Girona means you don't have to rent a car; you can focus on the scenery while someone else drives. Visit highlights such as Calella de Palafrugell, Begur, Pals, and Peratallada with your guide providing insightful commentary on the way. You'll learn much more about the Costa Brava's history and culture through guided commentary than you would simply exploring on your own.