Catalonia is a region full of resources and scenarios, from mountains to virgin beaches, from large cities to medieval cities. A tour starting from Girona and ending in Figueras. I love this region a lot, it’s been my home for 7 years and I think there are few regions in the world that are so complete from every point of view.


Barcelona is my city, I know her better than my hometown, I love it and I think it’s the best city to live in. I will explain to you, where to eat, what to see, where to sleep etc. Maybe are you planning to stay in Barcelona for more than 3 days, in any case, this guide is about all you an found in this beautiful city.

The Gothic and Raval neighborhoods are the essences of Barcelona. Both are part of Ciutat Vella, in fact, the Gothic is the oldest neighborhood of the city and includes the remains of the city’s Roman wall and several notable medieval landmarks. However, despite its name, a number of landmarks Gothic buildings in the neighborhood do not date to the Middle Ages. The Barri Gòtic retains a labyrinthine street plan, with many small streets opening out into squares. Most of the quarter is closed to regular traffic. We can start with the Free walking tour of Barcelona.


Girona, the second most visited and populated city of Catalonia. Famous for the Jewish quarter, the Rambla and Gothic style architecture so close to Barcelona but so different. In 2016, the city received the European award to those municipalities that have made significant efforts to promote the ideal of European unity. It was the second Spanish city to get the prize, after Santiago de Compostela.


The Costa Brava is one of the most beautiful and wild places in Catalonia, we visit the coast of Begur. Very close to medieval towns like Pals or Peratallada perfect for half a day. This country is characterized by its tranquility and relaxation that distinguishes them, perfect for families and couples with breathtaking sea view hotels.