WAGs’ Guide to Girona
We asked Laura Fletcher, Amber Meier, Jordan Reijnen and Melissa Van Zyl for their top attractions, spots and tips for visitors to Girona.
I WAGs' Guide to Girona
- La Fabrica! DUH!
- The city wall walk.
- Stray cat park (This is the GIRLS Guide- and we know how much girls love kitties) Also this is actually called Park Migdia.
- Maison Marina: handmade clothesa must stop- she will tailor them to fit you whilst you wait, right in the old town.
- Desserts at Llevetaps.
- La Bomberia Gelato in Placa Independencia or La Racon Balesce (the weird frozen yogurt place).
- Train Bus. See photos below.
- The Green Way: the walkway from one end of spain
- Placa Independencia: the main square in town.
- Pont de Pedra: the cobbled Bridge
- The Milk Shop: do we know what its actually called? No.
- The Arab Baths.
- The Cathedral or any of the cathedrals. Minus the bells. The bells are a constant reminder of our sins, or of our lack of ability to sleep through them. one of the two.
- San Miguel Hike.
- Red Markets.
- Churros pace in the old town.
- Banyoles: A lake town. its also got the Haribo factory, for super discounted Haribo.
- Tossa de Mar: The beach. the best beach.
- Gnome World mini golf: The weirdest, most ghetto mini golf ever. They also have a high ropes course. I’ll give anyone 20 euros to risk it.
- Besalou: a medieval town about 30 minutes away.
- Vichy Catalan Spa: Its a spa where the bottled water comes from. I hope the bottled water isnt actually straight out of the hot tub. but who knows.