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Nearby cities

Take advantage of your holiday in Calella to visit these nearby cities and provincial capitals where you will find a variety of neighbourhoods, buildings, monuments and other very interesting attractions: Barcelona and Girona.

Barcelona, a big city full of places of interest

The distance between Calella and Barcelona is about 1 hour by train and 40 minutes by car on the motorway.

Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and the city with the second highest population in Spain. It is a cosmopolitan and modern city that became known worldwide for the 1992 Olympics, which completely transformed and modernized it. It is also known for the works of the famous architect Antoni Gaudí, and his masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia Basilica, begun in 1882 and still under construction. He was the maximum exponent of Catalan modernist architecture.

If you are wondering what else to visit in Barcelona during your holidays, we recommend the following:

  • Park Güell
  • Casa Batlló
  • La Pedrera
  • Las Ramblas
  • Plaza Cataluña
  • El Portal del Ángel
  • Olympic Harbour
  • Maremagnum
  • Tibidabo
  • Torre de Collserola
  • Barcelona Football Club Stadium and Museum
  • Barceloneta quarter and beach
  • Gothic Quarter
  • The Cathedral

As you can see, Barcelona offers endless interesting places to visit!


Girona, a charming city

The Girona-Calella route is 1 hour by train and 50 minutes by car by national road.

Girona is a city built on the interaction of different cultures. This small city has a special charm thanks to its old town, where it is worth getting lost and discovering hidden corners.

There are many things to see in Girona but we recommend Santa María Cathedral, which has the widest Gothic nave in the world, the Jewish Quarter, the old city centre, the streets that have not changed in recent centuries, the Arabic Baths, and the Onyar houses, characteristic of the old quarter and overlooking the Onyar River as it passes through the city. All their riverside façades are painted with a chromatic palette made by Enric Ansesa. 

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