Dalí Museum & Girona Tour

Relax in a high-speed AVE train from Barcelona to Figueres for skip-the-line admission to the Dalí Museum and a full day exploring some of northern Spain’s most fascinating cities.
Relax in a high-speed AVE train from Barcelona to Figueres for skip-the-line admission to the Dalí Museum and a full day exploring some of northern Spain’s most fascinating cities.

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Meeting point

at your accommodation

Tour duration

10 hours.

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Meeting Point

When: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7:30 AM. From September to 31 October.
We’ll pick you up at your hotel at 7:30 am by hybrid ecotaxi. The tour ends at the Barcelona train station—be sure to ask our guides if you want some recommendations for things to see or restaurants to try during your visit to Barcelona.


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licensed guide, taxis, train tickets high speed and quick access to the Dali Museum (worth 14 €) and the Cathedral of Girona (cost € 7).



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Pick up at hotel in Barcelona> Sants> 140 Km in high-speed train AVE> Figueres-vilafant Station> Dali Museum Guided Tour> train to Girona> Free time for lunch in Girona> walk including the houses of the river Onar , walk through the Jewish quarter and the Cathedral> back to Barcelona.

What can Barcelona Experts offer you?

Why do our customers book this tour?

  • Spend more time enjoying each site and less time getting there.
  • Comfortable and fast transport by the AVE high-speed train.
  • Skip the line at the Dalí Museum.

Tour Highlights

  • The Dalí Theatre-Museum.
  • Girona – Onyar River, Jewish Quarter and Cathedral.

What’s not included

  • Lunch is not included.

Please note

  • Please note, you must travel with your passport. It may be required on the train.

What to expect

“I want my museum to be a single block, a labyrinth, a great surrealist object. It will be a totally theatrical museum. The people who come to see it will leave with the sensation of having had a theatrical dream.”

Dalí spoke those words in 1960 when he decided to buy an old ruined theatre in the heart of Figueres, his hometown. And his museum, which was completed in 1974, definitely achieved his objective. This brick-red castle, topped by whimsical eggs and studded with golden croissants, is now the largest surrealist object in the world.

Girona is a jewel box of painted houses and beguiling architecture topped by a magnificent Gothic cathedral and wrapped with a red-iron bridge by Gustave Eiffel himself. The Old Town and medieval Jewish Quarter are some of the best preserved in all of Europe.

Dalí himself was involved in every aspect of building his masterpiece—it’s the perfect resting place for the master of surrealism. (Yes, Dalí’s crypt is below the stage floor of the theatre).

The Dalí Museum is more than just a collection of paintings and drawings. There are eye-popping installations like Taxi Plujos and Dalí’s reimagined Sistine Chapel in the Palau del Vent. Gala, Dalí’s wife and muse, is evident throughout, especially in Leda Atomica.

And don’t leave without seeing the Mae West Room, and Dalí’s collection of jewels.

After another quick ride on the AVE train, step into another world in Girona. Girona’s Old Town is wedged into a hill overlooking the Onyar River. Its main road, Carrer de la Força, was actually part of the Via Augusta, the longest Roman road on the Iberian Peninsula. The city is tied to its ancient past.

El Call, the Jewish Quarter, is deep inside the Forca Vella, which dates back to 1st century B.C. The maze of winding cobblestone streets, archways, and patios tell the story of the Jews who lived there between 982 and 1492, when they were expelled; it’s one of the best-preserved Jewish Quarters in Europe. The Centre Bonastruc Ça Porta, housed in a 15th-century synagogue, tells the story of El Call’s medieval past.

The Cathedral of Girona must be seen to be believed. Built over a period of seven centuries (from the 11th to the 18th, to be precise), it’s an amazing amalgamation of architectural features from Roman to Baroque, with a little Gothic to keep it interesting. Walk up the 90 steps and take a few pictures.

Feel like you’ve seen it before? If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, you have. The cathedral from season six? It’s right here in Girona.

And don’t forget the bridges. There are eleven of them spanning the Onyar River, each more unusual than the last. There’s Monsieur Eiffel’s Pont de Ferro, the romantic Pont de la Princesa, and the arched Pont de Pedra, if you’re looking for places to start.

Before you leave, be sure to walk the Passeig de la Muralla, the old city wall, for some amazing city views, the Pyrenees gleaming in the distance.

This tour is only possible if you start early because of the trains combination. We’ll pick you up at 7:30 am —we like to get an early start so you have a full day sightseeing. Don’t worry! You can rest on the train. You’ll be in Figueres before the crowds arrive for the Dalí Museum and in Girona in time for a leisurely lunch.

You start with a guided visit—a must for fans of Dali’s work or those who never really understood his art. After the visit, you will go back to the Railway station to get to the high speed train to Girona.

Once in Girona, your guide will show you the highlights and landmarks of Girona. You’ll also have free time to explore on your own before taking the train back to Barcelona.

Why visit with a guide

Your guide is here to help you uncover our beautiful city’s secrets and enjoy its charms in an unforgettable way. They can answer any question about the city, its historical sites and attractions, and give you the ultimate Barcelona experience.

Our guides are local experts who share interesting background knowledge and insights you’d never find on your own. Plus, you skip the lines with VIP admission to Barcelona’s popular sights and are driven around in a modern, luxury vehicle; we make every minute of your holiday memorable.

Get to know our city with the Barcelona Experts; we make it easy to do Barcelona your way.


  • Pick-up at your accomodation at 7:30 am
  • AVE train to Figueres
  • Skip-the-line admission to Dalí Theatre and Museum and the Cathedral of Girona
  • AVE train to Girona
  • Free time and lunch
  • Guided walking tour of Girona
  • Train back to Barcelona

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