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Jewish Quarter

Calle de la Forca, Girona, Spain
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“old town” (27 reviews)
Calle de la Forca, Girona, Spain
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Reviewed 23 October 2016

Worth to visit. Part of the old city with a lot of interesting buildings. One never expect to see such an interesting quarter in a catalan city. Some historical knowledge was required to appreciate this part of the town.

Thank atesakinci
Reviewed 22 October 2016

We stayed in an apartment on the Ramblas in the Jewish Quarter. Very atmospheric and colourful. We found some excellent places to eat (the best "Le Bistro" on some old steps - when anyone arrived a member of staff rushed out with table and chairs...More

1  Thank GailR057
Reviewed 22 October 2016 via mobile

I visited Girona on a small private tour. Our guide took us through the old Gothic and Roman areas and explained many things about its history. This is an extremely interesting place to visit if you have time. It can be combined with a Dali...More

Thank Jack H
Reviewed 22 October 2016

I loved Girona. It is a mini Barcelona. The people are very friendly. It is a wonderful town to recover from the time difference. We stayed here prior to a cruise out of Barcelona.

Thank nhlbd
Reviewed 22 October 2016

Jews settled in Girona between the X and XIV centuries in the streets adjacent to the Cathedral. The neighborhood centre was the present street named "carrer de la Força". The economic standing of the Jews was very prominent, as can be seen at the Museum...More

2  Thank imma s
Reviewed 21 October 2016 via mobile

Nice walk around and some charming little shops and restaurants! Definitely worth a visit if youre in Girona 👌🏼

1  Thank Mette B
Reviewed 21 October 2016

the jewish quarter in jerona is a unique place' old building and you can make a nice walk across. there is a shop of jewish things there

Thank jafar99
Reviewed 16 October 2016 via mobile

The cobbled streets and the history of this quarter make thus a very unique palace to visit, when in this area.

Thank Danny S
Reviewed 16 October 2016 via mobile

Our guide took time to explain the significance of the Jewish Quarter to the town of Girona. The fact that we were viewing buildings from the medieval era was fantastic. Great place to visit.

Thank Fred W
Reviewed 15 October 2016

One, if not the best, medieval quarter in Spain, or possibly in Europe. Mysterious in winter, relaxing in the summer. A photographer's paradise. Add to that the food on offer in the many restaurants and bars and you have a fascinating trip assured. Flower week...More

Thank ian s
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We plan to visit Girona from Barcelona on Feb 3 arriving in Girona at the train station about 0900-1000. We would like an english speaking guide for a one half day tour of Jewish Girona.
2 January 2017|
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Response from Bobby1505 | Reviewed this property |
We didn't use a guide person, we went along to the information Centre. They ere very helpful with maps and informations so you and did walks yourself. I am sure you will be able to get a guide though. That is where I would... More
Sonia E
Can we walk from Girona train station to see this?
27 September 2016|
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Response from lisha1320 | Reviewed this property |
hell yes about 20 minute walk very easy to find
How easy / expensive is to find parking in Girona? Thanks for the information. Any recomendation of parking
17 August 2016|
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Response from ANDREW F | Reviewed this property |
There is a very big free carpark on the Carrer Berenguer Carnicer. It is 5 minutes walk from the Old quarter (via the foot bridge) 41.9871608,2.8219937,17z
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