When I decided to go to Spain last year, I was sure I wanted to visit one of those Medieval Spanish cities. Then after some research, I found Girona, and for my surprise, this wasn’t any medieval city, THIS WAS THE CITY WHERE GAME OF THRONES WAS FILMED! Yep, all in caps so I make my message very clear. lol
If I’m not mistaken most of all season 6 was filmed there. You get scenes from Bravos, Oldtown and Kings Landing. It was fantastic to stroll through all the streets and lanes from this place and remember of scenes from the show. You can check here my Google Maps with the main spots, plus some extra historical sites that Girona has.
What we did then
Plaça de la Independència
Very pleasant space on your way to the Medieval city, with many restaurants and cafes around. Perfect for a quick coffee before you go and explore the city.
Pont de Sant Feliu
This beautiful bridge takes you to the entrance of the medieval city.
Basílica de Sant Feliu
A 17th-century church that truly deserves your attention.
Monestir de Sant Pere de Galligants
This is an area worth to stroll around. The city architecture is amazeballs, and in case you are a Game of Thrones fan, you will recognise many of these spots.
Tip: go via Carrer de la Barca, Carrer del Bellaire, and Carrer del Riu Galligants to reach my next spot.
Plaça dels Jurats
This was the Street Theather where Arya watched a play about her family and Joffrey’s death.
This outstanding site has a fee to enter, and it was one of the locations in Bravos, where Arya was staying.
Cathedral of Girona
Can you recognize this place? This is the Septo of baelor, where Cersei had to walk down naked.
To continue taking advantage of this tour, go via Carrer del Bisbe Josep Cartañà to reach my next spot.
Convent de Sant Domènec
This beautiful building is a convent founded in 1253. The streets around this place are breathless, and I really enjoyed walking around. Give yourself some time to get lost!
Pujada de Sant Domènec
This is another famous site where Game of Thrones was filmed. Can you guess which scene?
Muralles de Girona
Ok, this is not part of our Game of Thrones tour, however, I highly recommend you to go and visit Girona Walls. Once upon a time, this city was completely surrounded by these walls, and today you can not only see but also walk on them.
It also gives you an amazing view of the city!
Pont de les Peixateries Velles
To finish your day, leave the Medieval city through this beautifully designed bridge, built by Gustave Eiffel, the Eiffel tower creator.
Where to eat
Konig 2 • Girona
Great tapas and drinks, perfect for a quick lunch.
Rocambolesc Gelateria • Girona
Delicious gelato and perfect for Game Of Thrones fans visiting the city.