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View of Girona/Gerona, Catalonia
View of Girona/Gerona, Catalonia

Barcelona - Girona route

Travel by coach from Barcelona to Girona with ALSA for a quick, comfortable and pleasant journey. Only ALSA offers you the chance to travel from Barcelona to Girona by coach at the best rate guaranteed. And if you buy your tickets in advance at www.alsa.com you can avail of our cheapest deals.

Information on buses from Barcelona to Girona

Ticket price from: € 14.50
Frequency of buses: 1 daily
First bus leaves at: 07:40
Last bus leaves at: 07:40

Bus stations in Barcelona and Girona

Coaches travelling from Barcelona to Girona depart from either the Estació Nord bus station, located on Carrer Alí Bei, 80.

All stations are connected to the public transport network and have public parking. Your journey will end at the Estació d'Autobusos de Girona, located on Plaça d'Espanya, s/n.

What to see in Barcelona

In Barcelona you'll find a cosmopolitan atmosphere and a mild Mediterranean climate, perfect for taking a walk along its beaches or a pleasant stroll around the city centre. The Gothic Quarter is sure to amaze visitors. Las Ramblas offers a wide array of cultures to take in as you enjoy the displays put on by the many street performers that have made it their spot. Gaudí's impressive creations fill Barcelona's streets with beauty, such as the unfinished Sagrada Familia that has been under construction for over 100 years, not to mention the colourful Park Güell. For the best views, climb Montjuïc where you will also get to see the Olympic Ring and Stadium. There is always a fantastic offering of cultural and leisure activities in Barcelona, known as one of Europe's culture capitals.

What to see in Girona/Gerona

Gerona, known as Girona in Catalan, is located on the banks of the River Ter, boasing a wealth of artistic monuments, filling the streets with elegance and history. The city is perfect for visiting on foot to really become captivated by its charm. Don’t forget to visit the old walls that date back to the 9th century and the Late Middle Ages. The Cathedral of Santa María of Gerona and the old Jewish Quarter, at a crossroads of small winding streets, make up one of the most beautiful medieval towns of the peninsula, bringing us to the Júlia and Cornèlia towers and the Arab baths at the end of the Paseo Arqueológico (Archaeological Walk).