Girona is the capital of the province of the
same name and one of major Catalan cities.
A city that has undergone twenty-five sieges
and been captured seven times, it´s a city full
of history and cultural influences.
A guided tour and walk of this most fascinating
of medieval cities, with a walk along the
ancient wall and a visit to the Jewish Museum.
The refugee’s trail
The refugee´s trail is a chance to learn about
the exodus from Catalonia at the end of the
Spanish Civil War (1939) through a walk down
the trail from the French border and a visit to
the exile´s museum in Camprodon.
Greco-Roman City of Empuries
Ampurias, a town on the Catalan comarca of
Alt Empordà, is a town full of history where
its ruins can be visited.
It was founded in 575BC by Greek colonists
from Phocaea and occupied later on by the
The ruins can be visited and they are one of
the most important Greek remains in Spain.
History Museum of Catalonia
The History Musem of Catalonia offers a
stroll through the crucial stages of the War
of Succession in Barcelona, the conflict that
brought about the abolition of the constitution
and government institutions belonging
to the Principality, involve large changes in
Along the tour, the group will visit the places
where there was the siege, which lasted for
months and climaxed September, 1714 with
the storming of the Bourbon troops commanded
by Philip V.