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Girona Airport is one of the most important airports within the city area of Barcelona serving the nearby destinations with direct domestic and international flights to and from the city of Girona and more. The airport is located about twelve kilometres away from the city centre. It serves flights to and from major European destinations like Brussels, Prague, London, Bristol and Amsterdam, to mention a few.
The city, which is a several thousands of years old, is the gateway to the beautiful city of Barcelona and Catalonia. However, it’s not all there is. The city presents a whole year of different festivals like a Mardi Gras and The Parade of Three Kings in December. Its beautiful streets are laden with historic gems and wonders like castles, churches and Roman buildings.
Dive in to the the city’s rich history and culture through the lovely museums that houses diverse collections with antique artefacts and modern artwork. Open the stories of the medieval Jewish inhabitants in the Museum of Jewish HIstory, or to the where it all began in the Girona History Museum. You can also visit other beautiful museums such as the Archaeology Museum of Catalonia, Cathedral Treasury Museum, Art Museum and the Casa Maso.
One of the many festivals that is celebrated in Girona is the Girona Gastronomy Festival and for good reason. Food in the city is a marriage of old and new flavours and dishes. There are various restaurants that serve traditional Catalan and Mediterranean cuisines with acclaimed recipes to whet every kind of appetite. Some must-tries are Xuixo pastries, sausages and cured meats, Emporda wine and chocolates.
Take your campervan for a self-drive in Girona now.
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