Car rental at the airport of Girona Costa Brava
Girona Costa-Brava Airport - download scheme
IATA Code: GRO
Location: 12 km from the city
Official site: www.aena.es/Aeropuerto-Girona-Costa-Brava
Information: +34 (91) 321-10-00
Girona Costa Brava International Airport is often used as a budget option to get to the vibrant Catalan capital of Barcelona and the famous Salvador Dali Museum in Figueres. But Girona itself attracts attention. The ancient fortress withstood more than 20 sieges, preserving the beautiful old city outside its walls, uplifting with colorful houses with tiled roofs and small balconies.
Girona Airport began its work in 1965 and is still successfully coping with a thoroughly increased passenger flow. About 6 million people annually arrive at this airport to visit the Costa Brava, the peaks of the Pyrenees and spend time in Barcelona. While waiting for the flight, you can relax with a cup of coffee in a cafe or have a bite to eat at McDonald's located here. Car rental points and representatives of travel companies are ready to offer their services on the ground floor of the airport. For business meetings, there is a separate VIP zone and a business center. DutyFree stores offer a wide range of goods and souvenirs to commemorate a visit to hot Spain.
From the airport building to Girona can be reached by shuttle bus, which stops at the central station. There you can transfer to the selected resort or take the high-speed train to Barcelona. Traveling to the capital of the region, you can immediately catch the Barcelona Bus at the bus stop at the exit of the terminal. Taxi services are quite expensive - from 30 euros for a trip to Girona and about 50 to resort towns on the coast. Most visitors to the Girona airport prefer to contact the leaders of the car rental in order not to miss the opportunity to see all the beauties of the region. Having rented a car, you can spend several days on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, see the old Girona, drive through the surrounding towns and fortresses, and then go to the Pyrenees, where emerald meadows stretch and breathtaking views from the peaks.