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Today Girona is synonymous with the Michelin-starred Celler de Can Roca restaurant but there’s lot more to see and do in Girona. Architecture fans will want a tour of the Jewish quarter and a walkabout Girona’s city walls.
The Jewish Quarter is where many Jewish families from nearby Besalu migrated. You can visit the Bonastruc Ca Porta Centre, which recreates Jewish life through art exhibits, musical events and food tastings. The city walls are also pretty impressive and no visit to the city is complete without a walk alongside the river to admire the colourful facades of the Onyar houses.
If you like ice-cream, check out the parlour called Rocambolesc run by Jordi Roca, of Celler de Can Roca fame – keep an eye out for Jordi who has been known to serve his ices himself from behind the counter! The annual Flower Festival held every May is a great time to visit Girona. You’ll find wonderful plenty of squares to explore Spanish life and lots to see and do.
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