|Category||Number of establishments||Number of rooms||Guest Capacity|
|1* and others||29||338||584|
1. Girona Conference Centre
|Sala Simfònica (Auditori)||1,088||1,236||-||-||-|
|Sala Cambra (Auditori)||445||362||-||-||-|
|Sala Petita (Auditori)||148||178||-||-||-|
|Sala de Premsa||78||60||45||-||78|
|Sales 2 a 11||42||36||27||30||40|
|Sala de conferències||150||75||-||150|
|Saló de descans del Teatre Municipal||-||-||12||25|
|Pati Museu d’Història dels Jueus||300||100||70||150|
|Museu del Cinema||75||60||40||70|
This is a tour/competition that takes participants around the city of Girona with the help of iPads. The goal is to reach the maximum number of points by passing the tests that challenge participants as they visit sites in the city’s Barri vell (old Quarter)
Guided running activity through Girona’s Barri vell (old Quarter). This activity is the perfect way for participants to discover the true essence of this centuries-old region and its food, history and nature. runners will take a route that winds through the city’s Barri vell (old Quarter) as well as the surround- ing roads and mountains, led by an experienced guide who is on hand to help particIpants with anything they need.
Discover Catalan cuisine first-hand. Girona show Cooking is a space designed to offer a full range of activities related to the region’s cuisine, from it’s traditional “pa amb tomàquet” (bread with tomato) to a more sophisticated Michelin star event. A professional chef is on hand to demonstrate the best techniques in Catalan cuisine and each participant will have the opportunity to learn how to cook (and eat!) a number of different dishes. This is a mouth-watering workshop that focuses on Girona’s culinary culture.