5 JANUARY
Parade of the Three Kings
The Three Kings travel from the Orient to the city and set up their tents in Les Pedreres, where they graciously receive all the children that come to meet them. Afterwards, Their Majesties ride through the streets of the city.

FEBRUARY
Mardi Gras
At carnival time, masked balls are held from Saturday to Tuesday as groups of fancy-dress revellers frolic in the streets. Taste the traditional carnival fare of sausage omelette, lard cakes and egg sausages!

FEBRUARY (biannual)
Gastronomic Forum
Every two years, the conference takes place in Girona most international cuisine, including fair, demonstrations and activities for multidisciplinary professionals and foodies.

February-March
Food Week in Girona
For a week, restaurants in Girona, prepare special menus to taste the best dishes of the cuisine of Girona.

MARCH-APRIL
Holy Week
Good Friday: procession of the Burial of Christ, featuring legions of Ancient Roman soldiers (manaies).

23 APRIL
St George’s Day
Book stalls and flower sellers fill the streets of Girona all day long, celebrating this festival of Catalan culture and the tradition of giving a rose to sweethearts and loved ones.

APRIL
Spring Festival
The Spring Festival is held on the Rambla on the week before St George’s Day, with a wide range of activities including the hoisting of the Tarlà, the legendary symbol of the city of Girona.

MAY
Girona Flower Time
For 10 days, the entire city is decorated with flowers and art installations monuments, courtyards and gardens. It comes complete with a program of cultural, culinary and shopping.

SEPTEMBER
Feast of Napoleonic sieges
Day activities around various historical events esdevenguts in Girona during the Napoleonic era and the French War.

SEPTEMBER
Film Festival
Meeting point for professionals, students and film enthusiasts who can enjoy the cinema and new talents.

October-December
High Season Theatre Festival
International festival of theater, music and dance, with big names from the international scene and the presentation of new talent.

OCTOBER
St Narcissus’ Fair and Festival
The annual festival includes a trade fair, a carnival, musical performances, street fairs and markets, a parade of “giants”, a street fireworks festival (correfoc) and much more.

DECEMBER
Christmas
The Christmas lights bring joy to one and all. Children’s workshops, the traditional Nativity play (“Pastorets”), and many other activities for all the family.