Good travel is the result of good planning. That applies to any trip you take, but it’s especially true when you’re heading to a foreign country. It can be tempting to book a ticket and start fantasizing about your getaway, but there’s work to be done. In addition to the planning any trip requires—lodging, restaurants, activities, and so on—international travel calls for extra steps and research to ensure a stress-free experience. Fortunately, Girona is an easy-going destinantion plus we’ve broken it all down into plan that will help make your upcomming getaway a success.
1. The Basics
Ensure that you have all the necessary documentation to travel: passport or national ID card, Visa, flight or train tickets and schedule....
Girona is a very safe city and we have hardly seen incidents with tourists. However you've heard it before because it's true: better safe than sorry.
A simple and usefull tip: keep your money in separeted places, for instance in your wallet and in your suitcase. Would be convenient as well, that you follow the same strategy with other essential documentation such as your personal identification or banks cards just in case.
During your stay at Hotels Ultonia, you can enjoy our free WiFi service. Despite we have recently seen very good news regarding roaming fees (only for EU SIM-cards), we suggest our digital guests to doble check their phone provider conditions when travelling overseas.
On daily business, you can often heard locals communicate in Catalan language. However as a bilingual society, we would be delighted to move to Cervantes language to ease your experience. Please do not hesitate to ask at anytime your local advisor if would be possible to swap into Spanish whether not feeling confortable in Catalan.
If any help is needed regarding this issue, Hotels Ultonia's team will be pleased to assist you.
2. Locate Yourself on the Map
Girona is not a very large city, yet in fact is the total way around. You can ask our customer service team for a free map. From Hotels Ultonia, located in the heart Girona, you can walk down all the city with ease and reach all the key spots of Girona by foot. Ask for a map, free of charge, to our team
3. Identifying Girona's Main Places of Interest
Girona is charming, authentic and a world away from the country's touristy coastal resorts. It is full of historical interest yet has a contemporary buzz with a lots of things to do. Here are just a few examples of the most popular attractions:
- Sant Pere de Galligans romanic church, Sant Feliu church and the Girona Cathedral.
- The Archaeological gardens, The old walls and the Sant Domènec University.
- The Jewish Quarter, the smallest square in Europe and La rambla.
- The Girona bridges and the Onyar river.
We recommend that you always checking official museum websites or scheduled visits to ensure whether requires any pre-reservation or opening hours.
4. Find out Cultural Activities and Ongoing Festivals
The City produces dozens of events, inclusive cultural programs and celebrations to highlight the vibrancy and diversity of Girona, attract tourism and promote local and national artists. Our site features City-produced events alongside hundreds of events created by the community:
5. Relax and Enjoy or in other words, The Freedom of Choice
When we think of travel, we tend to think of months of planning, drooling over Google maps, and poring over guidebooks to map out the best possible route. Making a plan before you travel can be a great way to maximise your time and understand exactly what you are getting into (no freaking out at the airport when you realize you didn't apply for the right visa). But sometimes, traveling without a plan is the best plan. Being spontaneous opens the doors to all kinds of possibilities and a experience you can learn from.
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