Dalí's Figueres & Girona
- Children under 8: free
- Discounts for groups
Figueres, which is in the middle of the Empordà region, is the Surrealist city par excellence. Its most illustrious citizen, Salvador Dalí, had a museum constructed in the old municipal theatre building to allow visitors to fully immerse themselves in his world and enjoy an unforgettable experience. A short distance away is the provincial capital of Girona, which offers a trip through one of Europe’s best preserved Jewish quarters and a route through a medieval environment dominated by the river, where its colourful ‘hanging’ houses lend it an almost magical air.
|Durada||One day (8.30 am – 7.30 pm)|
|Winter season: from 11 November 2019 to 29 March 2020 | Summer season: from 30 March to 8 November 2020|
|Winter season: Tuesdays and Saturdays | Summer season: every day except Monday|
|Plaça de Catalunya, No. 14|
|Catalan | Spanish | English|
|Guided visit to Girona and its Jewish quarter | Priority entrance to the Dalí Theatre and Museum in Figueres and to the permanent exhibition Dalí Jewels|
Note: Please be at the meeting point 20 minutes before departure.
Figueres is the town where Salvador Dalí was born and where the Surrealist genius designed his unique museum. This route includes a visit to the Dalí Theatre and Museum and a stroll through the city of Girona, with a special emphasis on its Jewish quarter, which is one of the best preserved in Europe.
These are some of the attractions of the route, a day to fully enjoy culture!
- Guided visit to Girona and its Jewish quarter.
- Priority entrance to the Dalí Theatre and Museum in Figueres and to the permanent exhibition Dalí Jewels.
Multiple routes, multiple experiences!
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