Quiet, atmospheric streets make Girona's medieval old city a pleasant place to soak up some atmosphere. Unlike nearby Barcelona, Girona's gothic quarter has not yet been swamped by mass tourism, and you are likely to hear Catalan spoken all around you. A little over an hour by train from Barcelona, it merits at least a day-trip.
Girona's churches are magnificent, and a great deal remains from the city's centuries-long Jewish presence as well. Beyond that, there is a bustling university in the heart of the old town, so if you decide to spend the night, you might be surprised by how lively this quiet medieval town can get!
Girona has a relaxed feel of a small Spanish town. If you want to see a quiet side of Catalonia then Girona is a good place to start.
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