A must see, during the day and with the lights in the night. On Sundays the entrance is for free but it's open for viewing untill 14:00.
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We were there by accident ( I will tell you why),and spent about 2 hours around cathedral,Esglesia sant fliu, Jewish quarter. We visited inside of cathedral for free.Me and my wife really enjoyed for walking in this area.It is like a old town , with...More
This was one of the highlights of the trip! I was awestruck by the architecture and history of this monument. The windy, narrow streets of Girona take you to a medieval time and leads you to this grandiose cathedral. We were lucky to happen to...More
With 3 children and 3 hours to kill, we parked behind the fort and walked around the fort and down to the stunning cathedral. Challenging with a buggy in places but workable with many slopes to avoid steps. Kids can play in areas of the...More
My girlfriend and I loved visiting this cathedral. A very beautiful building with a nice view of the square below and the roofs of Girona can be seen from the front entrance. Although it was a bit busy due it being the high season for...More
Marvel at amazing inner space, with no supporting columns in the main area of this amazing building, it is a marvelous testimony to the craftsmen that made it, it was even paused while they worked out if it was possible. The stained glass is a...More
Beautiful building, especially the outside. Inside is darker than other cathedrals I've been in but this emphasizes the bright colours of the stained glass windows - beautiful. The audio tour is worth doing - just the right amount of detail and the information provided enhances...More
Impressive building, calm and peaceful inside. Audio commentary is very interesting and easy to follow. Not many people on our visit so there was time to sit and reflect.
I enjoyed touring the outside of the Cathedral grounds more than the inside. While the interior was grand and impressive for its size, it was a bit dark and not as ornate as some churches I have seen. It is worth touring the gardens and...More