Dialogue between old and new

Situated in the northeast of Catalonia, in a privileged position between the Pyrenees and the Costa Brava, the former Roman city of Girona looks back through two thousand years of history. Divided by the Riu Onyar into Old and New Town, Girona’s cityscape has undergone major refurbishment through a variety of contemporary architecture projects. One of the most emblematic examples of this development are the colourful houses along the river banks. Meanwhile, Girona’s picturesque old town, surrounded by almost completely preserved and partially accessible city walls, is known for its rich cultural and historical heritage.

Project Selection

Cases de l’Onyar | Fuses Viader Arquitectes
El Mercadal | Arriola Fiol Arquitectes
El Call – Jewish Quarter
Catedral de Santa Maria de Girona | Several architects
Banys Arabs | Emili Blanch Roig, Jeroni Martorell Terrats + Rafael Masó i Valentí | Lluís Bayona i Prats
Passeig Fora Muralla | Geroni Moner + Josep Zazurca
Les Aligues | Fuses Viader Arquitectes
Plaça de l’U d’Octubre del 2017 – Plaça de la Constitució | Elias Torres, José A. Martínez Lapeña, Juli Esteban, Antoni Font + Jon Montero

Duration: Full-day tour

Transport: Private bus

Service: Experienced architect as a guide, reservations

Languages: German, Spanish, Catalan, English, French, Italian, Dutch

Max participants: 25 pax/group