Girona is a city located in Catalonia, in the north-east of Spain, next to the Onyar.
It is famous for its medieval architecture, its Old Quarter surrounded by walls (Barri Vell) and the Roman ruins of the fortress of Força Vella.
Surrounded by landscaped gardens, Passeig Arqueològic is set along the medieval walls of the Old Quarter, which feature observation towers with unobstructed views.
It is said that Girona (Gironès in Catalan), would be the first city of Spain for its quality of life.
The old neighborhoods on the right bank of the Onyar are beautiful.
The Roman Gerunda became Djerunda under the Moorish occupation, in the 18th century, before being taken over by the Franks of Charlemagne, who make it a Christian city, catholic and apostolic ...
Girona deserves its nickname "city of a thousand seats" because it was besieged thirteen times from 1295 to 1809.
Later, he was given the title of "three times immortal" for having resisted Napoleon's troops three times.
Capital of northern Catalonia, Girona is a city on a human scale, pleasant to visit, full of surprises and riches.