Free walking tours in BesalĂș

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Book for free any of these guruwalks. When the tour ends you will be able to pay the guru whatever you consider fair. Some will pay €10, others $50. It's up to you!

The best guruwalks in BesalĂș (1)




The best tour of BesalĂș! Jewish BesalĂș with an official guide certified by the Generalitat.

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The best tour of BesalĂș! Jewish BesalĂș with an official guide certified by the Generalitat.
Guru: Yolanda
Days: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
Hours: 10:30, 14:00, 14:15, and 16:00
Languages: Catalan, English, Spanish, and French
Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes
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BesalĂș, one of the most beautiful medieval towns

Take a free tour through the streets of BesalĂș and be surprised by this magical medieval town of Girona, in the Garrotxa region while they tell you its history.

What to see in BesalĂș

 Of the different medieval towns, BesalĂș is one of the best preserved. Many will be the things that catch your attention when you visit it, but surely what you remember the most is the bridge that crosses the FluviĂ  river and that has a fortified tower from where they guarded the access to the city.

 This medieval town was built around the castle dating from the 10th century, although archaeological remains have discovered earlier pottery that suggests that BesalĂș was already populated before the castle was built. Taking advantage of the visit we can see the Casa CornellĂ , an example of a Romanesque building that served as inspiration for later Catalan Gothic constructions.

 You may pass through the door of the Jewish baths and not be aware of its simple and straightforward facade, but as various sayings go, what matters is on the inside and you should not prejudge ahead of time. This discreet synagogue has romantic and privileged views of the river FluviĂ  and the arches of the medieval bridge of BesalĂș.

 Undoubtedly, this town offers a large number of buildings that are worth seeing, we recommend that at the end of the tour, enjoy the parador taking some typical tapas of the place and a cool glass of wine.

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