Girona is a first-class cultural, gastronomic and tourist capital. Its size and the small streets in the old centre contrast with the vitality and dynamics of the large city. You can enjoy walks to visit the museums and monuments, the porticoed squares and steep narrow streets and the Jewish quarters in the historic centre (Call Jueu), or enjoy the tourist services, the cultural offer, its festivals and its restaurants. The attractive houses overlooking the Onyar -the river that runs through the city- are painted in bright colours which, with the Cathedral and the Church of Sant Feliu in the background, constitute the emblematic image of Girona.
A tourist train runs through the city, and there is a tourist guide for visiting Girona with children, you could also take a guided Segway route, and the city has museums such as the Museu del Cinema (Cinema Museum) and events of international prestige such as the Girona Temps de Flors (Flower Festival), as well as endless cultural and leisure time offers in what has been called a “city of festivals".