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When: Monday, Thursday & Saturday
Length: 11 hours
When: 1st Apr - 31 Oct : Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday
Length: 11 hours
OUR TIPS FOR GIRONA
If you’re looking for great weather, the best time to visit Girona is during the months of April, May, September, and October. Booking your Girona tour for these months will help you avoid both the heavy crowds and high heat of summer. During April and May, you’ll encounter clear, sunny days, and cool, crisp nights. October does bring the most rain in most years, but Girona’s rainfall remains quite low throughout the year. September is when the weather starts to become a little more mild. With that said, summer still remains the most popular time to take a Girona trip. The heat is at its highest, but it’s not entirely unbearable. And, surprisingly enough, you’ll find that humidity is at its lowest. However, you will have to stand in longer lines at the top Girona attractions. Many residents in the state of Catalonia consider the weekends to be the best time to visit Girona because it really only takes a couple of days to see most of what the city has to offer. So, if you are planning for a Girona day trip from Barcelona, then booking it for the weekend is one of the smartest things to do in Girona!
Getting to Girona is rather simple. As mentioned, you can easily fly into Girona Airport or ride the train from Barcelona and elsewhere. Additionally, if you book a guided Girona tour from Barcelona, then you’ll get shuttled comfortably between the two cities, as well as the most important Girona attractions. The real question is how to get around Girona if you’re touring the city on your own. Well, as a city of just over 100,000 people, Girona offers very little in terms of public transportation. You’ll find a very useful bus system that runs about 10 routes. Simply purchase a single ticket or travel card directly from the bus drive when you first board. Otherwise, you can find an occasional taxi to get you from Point A to Point B, but you’ll soon discover that this represents the most expensive way to get around the city. Finally, perhaps the best way to see Girona is by bicycle. The city is easily navigable by bike and a bike tour of Girona allows you to hear the sounds of the city, smell the food cooking at the local restaurants, and maybe even meet a local. It’s what to do in Girona if you want to take the time to stop and smell the roses.
Quick Trivia – Impress your friends and family with these Girona fun facts!
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