The centre of the city of Girona is determined by the layout of the old quarter, which followed the borders of the ancient Roman city.
In this area, we find the old Benedictine monastery of Sant Pere de Galligants, the wall-top promenade, opened in 1985, the Sant Feliu church, and the Arab Baths, which date from the 12th century.
One of the city's most emblematic points is the recently refurbished Rambla de la Llibertat, a beautiful shop-lined promenade. A good number of the back streets and alleyways of Girona's old quarter run between the Rambla de la Llibertat and Ciutadans street.
Our selection of places that must be visited in Girona:
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