If you’d take a peek in the dictionary to find out what a cappella is, you’d find the following: (concerning choral music) singing without instrumental accompaniment.
The word is of Italian origin and translated to English, literally means “in chapel style”.
A cappella festival in Girona is an endless source of musical inspiration
It is not just that outstanding sound choirs produce; it’s also the infinite ways of making incredible music by only using voices.
That is why the Girona A Cappella Music Festival organisers invite all music fans to come and enjoy this unique festival.
It usually attracts around 10.000 people and is placed on the calendar of cultural events of southern Europe.
Girona Festival of Flowers “Temps de Flors” at the same time
At the same time in the same city, there’s one more great festival.
So it’s a great tip to visit The Girona Flower Festival as well, and making this whole journey to Girona even more exciting.
If you’re coming from Barcelona, take the A7 highway, and the trip will last just less than an hour and a half.
If you’re coming from central Spain (let’s say Madrid – the country’s capital), first you’ll take the A2 highway to Zaragoza, and then A7 from Barcelona to Girona.
With lots of offers of airline companies that fly to Barcelona, you can find budget (low cost) or regular flights from all over Europe.
More about Girona
Girona is a lovely travel tip you must discover, and a great excursion from Barcelona, if you are staying there.
Girona is often just a city you arrive by air to run further to Barcelona or other destinations.
Many people, therefore, miss seeing this beautiful city.
It’s more than the Acapella and Flower Festival this city has to offer.