GIRONA & DALÍ TOUR FULL DAY
Tour Duration: 8 Hours
Maximum Number of People: 9
Tour Type: Transport Based
Tour Price: Please ask for an updated price
Tour Inclusions: A great private tour for 8 hours and skipping the waiting lines in the sites.
Tour Exclusions: Transportation and entrance fees are not included in the tour price. Transportation is needed for this outing. Renting a chauffeured vehicle would be a good idea, although train and bullet-train trips are also feasible from Barcelona.
Visit the splendid medieval Jewish Call in Girona and the surrealistic Dalí museum in Figueres.
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Strolling through Girona‘s El Call, one of the best preserved medieval Jewish quarters in Western Europe, is a treat for your eyes and soul. Home to numerous philosophers, medicine doctors and poets, this community saw the birth of medieval Kabalah, together with Narbonne and Barcelona.
Enter the romanesque public baths, with their frigidarium, tepidarium and caldarium and feel the sober atmosphere of such remote times.
The gothic cathedral, boasting a 22.98 m. broad central nave, has a small museum with a unique peace: the millennium old Creation tapestry, showing among others Jewish citizens and Jerusalem in the priceless embroidery.
The Jewish heritage Museum, located in a very well preserved complex of medieval buildings, patios and gardens, allows you to discover the 6 centuries long, deep track that the Jewish community left in the making and consolidation of medieval Catalonia and the Crown of Aragon.
Teatre-Museu Dalí in Figueres.
This is the largest and most impressive surrealistic art centre in the world. Salvador Dalí transformed the 19th century Municipal theatre hall, bombarded by a Mussolini air raid, into his most meaningful museum and a life-long representative theatrical unique peace of art.
Two different areas and 3 floors encompass the wide artistic progress of the painter: from his earliest youth works of impressionism to futurism, cubism and
finally surrealism and his last works of art.
A special set of his works scattered around the building, which is crowned by a monumental geodesic glass volt, make up a surreal atmosphere embracing the