As you travel, hear how Girona became one of Spain's most prosperous cities in medieval times: a wealth that saw the construction of its beautiful Romanesque and Gothic buildings.
After roughly 1.5 hours, arrive in the city and stroll around the Old Town with your guide. Delve into the old-world streets and Jewish Quarter, home to one of Catalonia's most significant Jewish communities in the Middle Ages.
See the baroque Cathedral exterior and admire the views of Girona's pastel-colored houses perched along the Onyars banks.
Then, after free time for lunch (at your own expense), continue by coach to Figueres, the birthplace of 20th-century Spanish artist, Salvador Dali.
On route, hear Dali's extraordinary life story and learn how this genius remodeled Figueres Dali Theatre-Museum from the towns original Municipal Theater.
Admire the museum's striking Dal-esque facade and then head inside to view its vast collections of Dali's art, before seeing some of his stylized jewels at the neighboring Dali Jewels exhibition.
Get some free time to explore Figueres on your own and then head off to Barcelona where your tour end.