Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I park?

The closest indoor paid parking is Parking Saba located next to the courthouse (Jutjats) at the following address Berenguer i Carnicer. You will see the parking sign from the roundabout. From here it is approximately a 3 min walk to our shop.

Do you offer tours in different languages?

Yes, we do! Our tours are conducted in English by default.
But in case of private groups or a group composing of the entire tour group size, we can welcome you and your group in Nederlands, Deutsch or Français (and of course Spanish or Catalan) without any problem.

How long does a food tour take?

The duration of the tours varies per tour you choose. Please see each individual tour for their specific details.

Do I need to book in advance?

All bookings must be made in advance. We advise you to book ideally at least 3 weeks in advance. We of course welcome last minute bookings, subject to availability.

Where do the tours start or end?

This depends on which tour you book. Normally we meet each other at our shop located at Carrer Nord 6 (in front of Hotel Nord1901). In case of a private tour we might be able to start from your (hotel) accommodation, train station or airport.

Can I book a private tour for my group?

Yes we also offer private tours with a minimum required number of 4 people in the group. You can of course customize your private experience.
For more information or bookings, please contact us at or call +34 972 664 649.

How much walking is there during a tour?

Our food tours in Girona city will cover about 2 km (1.2 miles) including stops and we will walk at a moderate pace. Your foody guide will always take into account everyone’s walking pace. All our foodie stops during the tour are quite close to each other. Along the way, there are plenty of opportunities to sit down and rest and to use toilet facilities.
Outside of Girona we travel by car and you would only be required to walk short distances.

What if I have dietary requirements or food allergies?

If you have a food allergy, intolerance or require a special diet, please contact us before booking a tour. Please describe as specifically as possible what kind of food you can´t eat and if you have an allergy, please describe how severe it is.
Email at or call +34 972 664 649.

What do I need to bring?

Please wear casual clothing and comfortable walking shoes. Depending on the time of year you might want to bring protective clothing for wind and/or rain. We encourage you to bring water with you, especially during summer months. We provide you with 1 small bottle of water at the start complimentary.

Are there (many) stairs during the tours?

Girona is a medieval city with cobbled stone streets. There are some steps along the way. During our regional tours you might encounter some steps along the way too, although again there won´t be too many.

Are tours still held in bad weather?

Yes, our tours run rain and shine. In case of heavy storms or dramatic weather circumstances, we will try to contact you on time and see if we can reschedule the tour. We kindly advise to check the weather forecast before the tour and to dress appropriately or take an umbrella or poncho if necessary.

How will I recognize my tour guide?

Your local foodie guide will be waiting at the tour meeting point 5-10 minutes before your tour start time. They will be holding up a sign and will wear a Girona Food Tours company shirt or jacket.

How much food is there?

Rest assured that our half day tours will leave you with a full belly. We recommend eating light breakfast (or light lunch) before our gastronomy tours.

How many locations are there during a tour?

The location stops vary per tour, please see each individual tour description for the details. You will find more information per tour on the Our tours page!

What kind of drinks are there served during a tour?

At the start of the tour each foodie traveler will receive a small bottle of water from our foodie guide to bring on the tour. Then at the first stop a fresh cup of Spanish coffee. During a food tour there are some stops that will include Cava, Wine and/or other alcoholic tastings. If you cannot or do not want to try an alcoholic beverage, please let us know in advance.

What if I’m under 18 or I don’t drink alcohol?

This is not a problem. Please notify us in advance of your alcohol restrictions or if you are under the age of 18 and we will provide some non-alcoholic drinks.

Do we go to restaurants?

This depends on the tour. The Flavors of Girona tour visits local shops, markets or eateries. During our full day regional tours you will enjoy lunch at a local restaurant.

Can I shop during a tour?

We kindly ask you to wait with any shopping for after the tour, unless your foodie guide informs you about some free time to buy some local products or souvenirs.

How do I pay for my Girona Food Tour?

Please note that to participate in one of our tours you always need to book in advance.
Girona Food Tours will then send a confirmation email with all data and the deposit amount to guarantee your booking with us.
The deposit can be paid by either bank transfer or credit card. The outstanding amount can be paid on the spot at our shop.

What is the minimum and maximum number of participants?

We run our tours with a minimum of 4 participants. For tailor-made tours or large groups other requirements might apply. Please contact us for a proposal for your group, based on your group size and gastronomic interests.
Please contact us at or call +34 972 664 649.

Are the tours suitable for children?

Of course they are, you can introduce your children to different places, cultures and tastes. As children´s tummy´s are often smaller, we offer a 10% discount for children under the age of 12. For kids under 5 years old we recommend to bring their own food and snacks. Therefore we will not charge them.

Can I bring a stroller with me?

Yes you can! Please get in touch with our team bringing a stroller on your tour.

Are all the tours wheelchair/stroller accessible?

Regretfully, the old historical quarter is not wheelchair friendly as it is uphill at some parts with cobbled stones, some steps and stairs.
Nevertheless, please do let us know if you are a wheelchair user to adapt where possible.

Is tipping obligatory?

If you enjoyed your tour and feel like you received great service from your guide, it is customary and much appreciated to leave a tip at the end of the tour.

I’m pregnant, can I still come on a tour?

Yes, we welcome you to join our tours. Please let us know of your pregnancy and any food restrictions before your booking, so we can make sure that we can adapt your tastings.

What If I’m running late to my tour?

Please note that we ask all guests to please arrive at the meeting point at least 10 minutes before the scheduled start time of their tour. If you have difficulty finding the meeting point or are delayed along the way, please call the emergency phone number, (Spain) +34 972 664 649.

For more information, please feel free to contact us

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