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How to Find the Best Girona Airport Hotels with Venere

Whether you're in Girona for a business trip, or to check out the city's rich Catalan history, Venere can help you find the best places to stay. No matter what your price range, Venere is there to find the best fit for you across all of our partner Girona Airport hotels. Venere provides ratings from past guests to make sure that you find a hotel in Girona that you can be comfortable with. We also provide photos of sample rooms so you can visualize your stay, as well as local maps to help you find a location that's close to where you want to go. With Venere, all the information you need to choose the right hotels in Girona is at your fingertips. Booking accommodations in Girona doesn't have to be a hassle at all - let Venere do the work for you so you can enjoy your stay!

What's Girona Like?

Located a short train ride away from Barcelona, Girona offers a host of local history, culture, and flavor. The Cathedral of Saint Mary of Girona is world-renowned, and the Plaza de la Independencia memorializes the War of Spanish Independence. The Jewish Quarter offers fine architecture and rich history and is home to a museum dedicated to Jewish history in Catalonia. For those of a more artistic bent, the Museu del Cinema offers a fascinating look at the early development of motion pictures. Relax and enjoy coffee or some nice tapas at La Rambla de la Libertat, which features a host of shops and small cafes. Girona-Costa Brava Airport is now a major European hub so it's easy to visit this wonderful Catalan city.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Girona

A popular tourist destination, Girona has plenty going on, and Venere can help you get the most out of your stay at any of our partner Girona Airport Hotels. Girona is easily walkable, although the summers are quite warm, so be prepared if you go sightseeing during that time of year. The cafes and clubs of Girona are popular hangouts for both locals and visitors alike, and are a great place to meet and talk to people. Spanish will get you by quite nicely, but remember that Girona - like much of Catalonia - has its own unique dialect and there is a thriving Basque community (and restaurant scene) in the city. Many cafes are closed during the late afternoon and do not reopen until the evening, so plan your itinerary with this in mind. Use Venere to help you find the best Girona hotels.