However the presence of the Rambla (promenade) is a period in which the urban architect Marti i searched for Sureda of uniform Deulovol because their own data from 1885 scratch. The entire Boulevard was lined with trees and the road became a Linden tree. It was called the promenade as the Rambla de la Libertad in honor of freedom due to the 6 years of democracy, in 1869. Despite the reforms, which are currently still some medieval arcades and some of the palaces of the same era, is worth a visit. You can rent an apartment Girona to the flair of the city better hike to. By the same author: Barclays. Bridges: Representatives of urban buildings the bridges connect the two parts of Girona through the river Onyar, can be seen separately so the old town and the surrounding area of Mercadal. Unfortunately, there are none of the medieval bridge over the river today and the most bridges are modern. Among them, four are: the stone bridge, iron bridge, the bridge of Gomez and the railway viaduct.
Gomez bridge (which carries the name of the person to which the House was expropriated, to build the bridge) dates back to 1916 and break style of the older bridges, with a modern and strict with the nineteenth century something Concrete construction. Stone bridge (Pont de Pedra, or Elizabeth II), in the year 1849 and the replacement of the medieval bridge, the two districts of the city connects built.The railway viaduct, 1876 built, represents the emergence of modernity and progress to a walled city. The iron bridge (Pont de Ferro built the bridge Pont de Eiffel in honour of Gustave Eiffel and his company), was built in 1876 and was a breakthrough on the unity and coherence of the city of Girona. To limit the travel not only in Girona, because the whole Costa Brava houses important sights, such as Figueres, Cadaques and Empuries.