About an hour and a half outside of Barcelona lies the captivating city of Gerona, whose old quarter was established by the Romans in the first century B.C.
In this walled enclosure, called La Força Vella, you will find the fortress-like Romanesque cathedral featuring an immense Gothic nave, which is the widest in Medieval European architecture.
Aside from this outstanding Catholic structure, Gerona is also home to wonderfully conserved Jewish and Arab quarters, as the three cultures lived here harmoniously for many years. Your guide will help you explore the intricate details of this history in depth.
Once you’ve finished your tour of Gerona, you will be off to discover the architecture and charm of three medieval towns. Indulge your senses with a lunch in the area before you move on to the Dalí museum. Here, you will take in the broadest range of works from Salvador Dalí’s artistic career, from his earliest artistic expressions and his surrealist creations on through works from his final years of life.