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Pont de Pedra

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Pont de Pedra

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Checking off the medieval city of Girona and villages of Costa Brava in a day from Barcelona is a big ask if you're doing it independently. This tour lets you scratch both off your list with no transportation worries—whisking you to Girona and two other historical towns you might otherwise easily miss. Plus, there’s a guide to bring the sights to life and an opportunity to swim at a Costa Brava cove.
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Chaitanya wrote a review Apr 2020
Cambridge, Canada754 contributions225 helpful votes
Its a nice bridge which gives you decent views of onyar river and is close to the tourism centre to help you get started with your visit in Girona.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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backpacker31 wrote a review Jan 2020
Boynton Beach, Florida5,373 contributions1,084 helpful votes
Beautiful old stone (pedra) bridge spanning Girona’s Onyar River. This centrally located bridge links the old and new towns. The bridge was lined with craft stalls during my visit - not sure if this is just on the weekend or during the week as well. Great photo opportunities from the bridge capturing the river and surrounding colorful buildings.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Kathie D wrote a review Nov 2019
Saint Louis, Missouri205 contributions112 helpful votes
Look for the giant carp. There are several pretty bridges along the river. We basked in the sun. Good picture spot,
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Date of experience: November 2019
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tellmetrue wrote a review Nov 2019
Ottawa, Canada81 contributions8 helpful votes
We visited Old Town Girona on a beautiful Sunday in November. It is truly a picturesque town and the old wall, the Jewish quarter and side streets make for a nice relaxing visit. Recommendation: don’t go on a Sunday ( shops are closed) and take the fast train unless you have lots of time. The slow train is a nice ride, but not very scenic.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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macedonboy wrote a review Jul 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom146,700 contributions100,630 helpful votes
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The Pont de Pedra means Bridge of Stone, which I guess aptly describes this bridge. It’s basically a triple arch stone bridge and one of the many bridges that span the River Onyar in Girona. The main reason to visit and cross the bridge is for the views of the river which is currently a sorry excuse of a river and for the colourful houses on either side of the riverfront. Though out of all the briges that span the River Onyar in the old town, this is probably the least photogenic bridge and the least useful for getting those photogenic pictures of the colourful riverfront houses. If you pressed for time and want photos of the houses, use either Pont de les Peixateries Velles or Pont d'en Gómez.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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