25 Nov 2019 - 26 Nov 2019
2 adults - 1 room
Gerona is northern Catalonia’s largest city and is north of Barcelona. This medieval city is known for its cobblestone streets and medieval walls, and it has two main neighbourhoods to explore. Most visitors stay in Old Town and the Jewish Quarter. You can find hotels near the airport, and many accommodations can be found in the city centre as well. There is a wide variety of hotels in Gerona no matter your budget or itinerary.
Gerona’s Old Town is the city’s centre and sits on the River Onyar. Old Town is easily spotted by the city’s fortress, the Forca Vella. It is a constant point of reference for locals and visitors. Staying in this area lets you easily explore the many attractions in Gerona.
1. Pensio Viladomat
Pensio Viladomat is one of the small cheap hotels in Gerona located in southern Old Town. The hotel features simple rooms with modern furnishings and free Wi-Fi.
2. Hotel Margarit
Hotel Margarit is a boutique hotel in Gerona on the River Onyar, next to the start of the Old Town wall. The hotel comes with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV, and is walking distance from the Arab Baths. A daily breakfast buffet also features gluten-free and lactose-free options.
3. Hotel Historic
Hotel Historic is a grand boutique hotel in Gerona situated in the heart of Old Town. The building dates back to the 9th-century and includes a Roman wall and aqueduct from the 3rd Century. The large rooms, modern furnishings, onsite restaurant, and free Wi-Fi make this the perfect hotel for families or groups.
Most international travellers to the Catalonia region will arrive at Barcelona-El Prat Airport. Travellers have the option of booking last-minute hotels in Gerona’s bus and train station or staying at one of the hotels near Barcelona-El Prat Airport.
1. BAH Barcelona Airport Hotel
BAH Barcelona Airport Hotel is one of the cheap hotels in Gerona located five minutes outside of the airport. There is a free shuttle service every 30 minutes and a taxi stand just outside of the hotel.
2. The Air Rooms Barcelona Airport
The Air Rooms Barcelona Airport is a modern mid-range hotel conveniently next to Terminal One. The hotel features continental breakfast, a business centre, and free Wi-Fi.
3. Salles Hotel Ciutat del Prat
Salles Hotel Ciutat del Prat is a boutique hotel halfway between the airport and Barcelona’s downtown. The hotel is situated in a quiet area close to a train station and offers a free airport shuttle.
Travellers looking for a spa hotel in Gerona will need to venture outside of the city and toward the coast. You will most likely find spa facilities in Tossa de Mar or Roses.
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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.
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.