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Jewish neighborhood considered the home of the Kabbalah, Judaic mysticism.
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C/ de la Forca, 8, 17004 Girona, Spain
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Reviewed June 11, 2018 via mobile

We were charmed by these medieval romantic small twisting streets and lots of stairs. All around speciality shops, cafes and restaurants. Plan to enjoy yourselves

Thank 11KarenS
Reviewed May 27, 2018

The so called Call of Girona is a urban group of streets that took part of the former jews quartier.Still you can notice hat just taking a round by there, which is a pleasure from the all poin0ts of views. Narrow and dark streets that...More

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Reviewed May 22, 2018

If you like antiquity this is the place to visit. Charming area, old buildings, narrow streets - you won't be disappointed

Thank Doctor G
Reviewed May 6, 2018

We enjoyed walking around the whole of Girona which is full of narrow streets and lots of steps. We were rather restricted by time but could easily have spent much longer exploring this medieval city because there is so much to see. town.

Thank Michael C
Reviewed October 20, 2017

Where to begin? I wish we had more time. We came after Figureros and Dali musuem (and lunch there - mistake to stay in Figueros ffor lunch when Girona was next on our stop (local friends took us around for the day from Barcelona). Stay...More

1  Thank lajolla1
Reviewed October 18, 2017

In one word, wonderful! A lot of walking, but great. Amazing history. People are very nice. A lot of cafes, restaurants and shopping.

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Reviewed October 14, 2017

All part of the medieval and romantic part of Girona with its twisting cobbled streets. Great place to wander and relax. Loads of cafes and restaurants plus individual shops both upmarket and more for tourists.

Thank Freddie0405
Reviewed September 6, 2017

Amazing place, amazing city, very lovely people, price is very wise, cafés, shopping stores, and outstanding historical sites. A must!

Thank Ismaël M
Reviewed May 9, 2017

The entire "casco antiguo" is lovely. Nice restaurants with well restored buildings. The evening is perfect for wandering with the locals. The feel is much more local people rather than tourist.

1  Thank dayhiker3458
Reviewed April 5, 2017

This was one of the highlights for me, when visiting Girona. Really worth it to take your time wandering the streets here as there will be A LOT of great photo opportunities. It is one of the places where it is historically and visually interesting,...More

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Marilynn S
April 12, 2015|
Response from CarlesiEva | Reviewed this property |
Hi Marilynn, You have to think that Girona's city centre is in a low hill. So you can go with a wheelchair in some areas but you should be strong or have someone to push you a little bit strongly... There are ups and down... More
February 24, 2015|
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Response from CharlesY245 |
If you are over 60, you can get the Golden Ticket or Tarjeta Dorada. It would be a long walk! Especially if you qualify for ticket , which is good for a year. Saved a bunch last time. Sometimes the discount is only 25%. Try... More