Girona is one of the wealthiest cities in Spain. It has its own International Airport offering regular flights to more than 50 cities around Europe. Girona is a stop on the high-speed train that link Barcelona and Paris. It is a gorgeous place to visit, with medieval walls, narrow winding city streets, and one of the best preserved Jewish Quarters in Europe. Girona is well known to professional and amateur golfers. Only 22 kilometres from the city is the PGA Catalunya Resort, which since its opening in 1999 has quickly gained an impeccable international reputation and is currently ranked 2nd in Spain, 3rd in continental Europe and, most recently, among the 100 best golf courses in the world.
One of the top choice attractions in Girona is the Museu d’Història dels Jueus. It is a museum with Jewish history exhibits ranging from the religion's origin to cultur, they also have a gift shop. One of the experience you could try is to walk along Girona’s majestic medieval walls, Muralles de Girona, it is a wonderful way to soak up the city landscape. If you want to have a view over Girona, climb to the top of the old stone tower, Torre Gironella. It is the oldest fortification in Girona, and the tallest point on what's left of the city's Roman wall.