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At Christmas, Girona is awaiting for you

Come walk and enjoy the festive atmosphere. The enlightened streets invite to move on foot, with no hurries, look at the shop windows and go shopping. A large shopping line with diversity of stores, commercial areas, markets, fairs and leisure activities in every street and square.

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country: Spain

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