The Bonastruc ça Porta Centre is home to the Museum of Jewish Girona and its courtyard, with its Star of David embedded into the stone floor, is one of the most emblematic spots in the city. A place packed with history and symbolism that evokes the past and invites a sense of reflection and calm.
Girona’s Jewish quarter, the Call, is one of the best preserved in Europe and is located just steps from the Girona Cathedral.
The 300 m2 open-air courtyard has a trapezoid shape and features an adjacent 105 m2 hall which is also part of the museum. Both areas can be used for receptions and cocktails outside the museum’s opening hours.