Holidays to Girona

Girona has all the charm of a large city but without the crowds; a very 'human-sized' city that will leave you walking around awestruck with your eyes wide open and your mouth agape at all it has to offer: its streets, festivals, cultural activities, restaurants, tourist services and events. Although …

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When to go to Girona

Typical Holiday Price

£723 per person

The average price of hotels and apartments in Girona varies according to the time of year. To help you plan when to go, we've looked at the hotels available on our site, then worked out the average price per night for the quietest and the busiest months.

Cheapest Month to Visit


Based on a typical 1 week holiday - adding together the cost of flights and accommodation - September is the cheapest month to go to Girona.

Where to stay in Girona

Whatever your travelling style, we can help find you the perfect place to stay. From luxurious hotels to practical apartments, these are our most popular places in Girona, according to other travellers.

Things to see and do in Girona

Z_dead | FlickrGirona Cathedral
Girona Cathedral
Travis Katz | Trip by Skyscanner Ruins of Empuries (Ruïnes d'Empúries)
Ruins of Empuries (Ruïnes d'Empúries)
Catalan Art & Architecture Gallery (Josep Bracons) | FlickrEiffel Bridge
Eiffel Bridge
Ingrid Katz | Trip by SkyscannerPasseig de la Muralla
Passeig de la Muralla
Elna DV | Trip by SkyscannerJewish Quarter
Jewish Quarter
Yen Phan | Trip by SkyscannerArab Baths (Banys Arabs)
Arab Baths (Banys Arabs)
xiffy | FlickrLake of Banyoles
Lake of Banyoles
Glen B | Trip by SkyscannerPlayas de Begur
Playas de Begur
manelzaera | FlickrMonestir de Sant Pere de Galligants
Monestir de Sant Pere de Galligants
Pepi | Trip by SkyscannerPont de Pedra
Pont de Pedra

Reviews of Girona

Tim Haigh
Tim Haigh

Girona is a great little city, it is extremely friendly and wonderfully compact but has a host of attractions well worth visiting, such as the fantastic little art gallery which has a great lounge to relax in . Loads of walks in the area which are pretty unspoilt and it’s easy to eat well with a selection of good restaurants. Hotels are not too pricey either, much better than Barcelona. The airport is just a short bus hop away from town, if the weather is good you could even walk it though the area is pretty urban and industrial it is a way to get the feel.

Anne Lowrey
Anne LowreySan Francisco

Girona is the main city in/near Costa Brava, and though it is often overshadowed by its sister city Barcelona just a little farther south, it is a wonderful (and much less touristy/crowded) city in its own right.

Claudia Tavani
Claudia TavaniCagliari

Most travelers from Europe land in Girona on their way to Barcelona, and don't visit this city - which actually is a real gem. Packed with history, incredible restaurants and with a fantastic local feel, Girona is the perfect size: big enough to have fun; small enough to be perfectly safe. In other world, the best place for solo female travelers.

Yuna Gena
Yuna GenaSamarinda

UNESCO listed city in Catalunya region of Spain that worth visiting. Located few hours ride from the popular Barcelona, Girona offers the more intense feel of Medieval era. The beautiful streets of the city are filled with various museums, well preserved impressive Medieval buildings. and also good local restaurants. A full one day tour to the city is one of the most well-spent tour I've ever had.

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