How to get, where to sleep and what to do during the day in Girona
HOM TO GET THERE
The city of Girona, only 65 km from the border with France (100 km from Perpignan) and 100 km from Barcelona, is the best starting place for exploring the wealth and variety of landscapes in this region. This area boasts the Costa Brava – the coastline that stands out as one of the best-known hallmarks of the Girona region – and the Pyrenees, the perfect destination for enjoying snow and mountain sports.
WHERE TO STAY
This is a list of accommodation in the city and its environs: hotels, apartments, pensions, hostels, campsites and rural accommodation. You will find what you are looking for whether travelling in a group, with your family, for work or business…
WACOM EXPERIENCE INFORMATION POINT
Entrance gate to FIMG, where you will find all the information about the festival and the App’s voting system, as well as cultural and touristic information of the region of Girona: all things necessary to enjoy a weekend full of light!
During the festival nights, from 22h until 1h, professional illustrators will draw the structure with their art, creating new atmospheres full of light and colour. Between the artists’ interventions, the public will have the chance to test the tools offered by Wacom and draw on the structure walls.
The collaborator artists are: Marisa Martínez, Zequi Roig, Maria Roca, Carol Bertran and Nirvana Jiménez.
Besides, Wacom Experience, with the support of Adobe and iCreatia, offers you the latest professional news about the digital art sector.
WHAT TO DO DURING THE DAY?
The city of Girona is surrounded by a unique natural environment. From the city, at less than one hour by car, is possible to visit lots of famous gorgeous landscapes. The territory has also renowned places like the Banyoles lake or the Fageda d’en Jordà, that have influenced a lot of artists.
Girona, an offer fo every tourist. Receiving millions of tourists every year, Girona has developed a big offer of leisure activities to satisfy every expectation.
In Girona, talk about gastronomy is talk about excellence. Girona has a lot of restaurants awarded internationally, between them the best of the world; the Celler de Can Roca. This land also inspired the fantastic cuisine of Ferran Adrià. A land used to produce food to delight every palate. In Girona, talk about gastronomy is talk about excellence.
Girona is centuries of history and a big patrimonial legacy. Prehistoric caves, medieval villages, old Jewries, modernists buildings… A history and a culture that have grown thanks to the artists of the territory. ¿Do you know Salvador Dalí? Here you find his roots.