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Saheli Banerjee
Day 2 can be spent touring the famous Costa Brava. Leave early so that you can catch many water sports and rides at the tip of Costa Brava. We were late, hence were able to catch just the sunset. If you are Game of Thrones fan, stop by the old town of Girona! Here are few scenic pictures from the places!
saptami ghosh
Trip to Girona, the dream destination of Every Foodie
Amy Copadis
Full of museums, religious monuments, and ancient history, Girona is a wonderful tribute to Catalonia and its people.What to See/Do- Museums: Girona is home to a tragic and beautiful history, as shown out in its museums. See the Museu d’Historia dels Jueus for an overview of the Jewish community that once inhabited this town, or the Museu d’Historia de Girona set in 18th century cloisters to see the city from its Roman times until now. There is also an art museum with over 8500 pieces, and a Cinema Museum.- Banys Arabs: These Arabic bathhouses are a lovely testament to the early Muslim influence on Spain, and a great place to relax.Where to Eat- There are two restaurants with Michelin stars here, El Celler de Can Roca, and Massana.- Another local favorite is Divinum, full of delicious Catalan cuisine and local wines.10. AlpujarrasThis mountain range in the south is home to white-washed villages soaking up the ever-present sun. They offer wonderful places to unwind, relax, and get in touch with nature.What to See/Do
Sayantan Saha
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