Girona, a medieval city in northeast Catalonia in Spain, is located on the River Onyar. Well known for its colourful buildings, the city still shows traces of its Iberian, Roman, Moorish, and Visigoth occupations of the past, while offering modern facilities. With hot summers and cool winters, the city is a popular visit year round. A hotel in Girona puts you close to several excellent restaurants and cafes offering Catalonian and international cuisine, ideal for a relaxing business lunch or casual meeting.
What can I do outside of work hours in Girona?
Explore the fascinating history of this medieval city on foot or by bicycle. Girona’s many museums offer a range of interests, including archaeology, art, and cinema. Experience the live culture of the city through its many performing arts and music events. Girona is a shopping mecca, with artisanal shops through to designer boutiques and delicatessens. Should your hotel Girona not offer a pool, head to the local gyms to enjoy their facilities. Girona offers many nightlife options, including trendy bars and discotheques.
What can Girona offer my business?
The CINC Business Center in Girona offers a range of business services, including virtual offices and conference rooms to suit all types of events. The Girona Conference Centre, located close to the historic quarter of the city, also offers a wide range of services. The University of Girona performs research in tourism and sustainability, as well as water science and management. The city’s Girona-Costa Brava airport is 10km south of the city centre and the city's high-speed train service is a 10-minute walk from the historic quarter.
What are the best locations for me to visit from my hotel in Girona?
In the historic quarter, explore the Força Vella, the city walls, and the medieval quarter, where much of the city’s history is preserved. A visit to the old Jewish quarter offers attractive buildings and pretty squares. Step out of your Girona hotel and head to the main shopping district, which spreads from Carrer de la Barca in the historic centre through to Carrer Emili Grahit in the modern section of the city. In the Mercadal neighbourhood, visit the Cinema Museum, which exhibits a valuable collection of objects from the era of the first moving pictures to today’s cinema.