Dive into Dalí's major creation: his theater Museum in Figueres
One of the most important artists in the XX century is Salvador Dalí, he was a person who creates a new way to understand art and history. If you are interested in his work and his life, is absolutely needed to visit his born town and his last creation: The Theater Salvador Dalí in Figueres. This is an astonishing place, where history and art go further throw the hand of the Surrealistic genius: Salvador Dalí.
First of all, the tour starts visiting the town, discovering his places, his houses, his walks, and his comrades. Very close to his museum we will have an overview of this artistic work from outside, as it is worth to do it and to discover what was his purpose. After an introduction, we will get into this Surreal Theater Museum where we will enjoy one of the most incredible places ever made by the hand of an artist. In the end, if you desire I can lead you to the favorite Restaurant in Salvador Dalí, there you can find a delicious meal.
09:15 - meeting point in Station train Girona
09:37-10:06 transfer to Figueres
10:15 - 11:15 Visit Figueres
11:30 -13:00 Visit Theater Museu Salvador Dalí
13:00 -14:00 Lunch in his favorite restaurant
14:10- transfer to Girona
14:45 Arrival to Girona station train
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Suggested by Guide: Main entrance of Girona Train Station
Duration: 5 hours 30 min.
This tour in high season (May to middle October) can be subjected to some changes due the influx of visitors in Salvador Dalí Museum.
The transportation will be by train and in Figueres it will a walking tour.
If you need private transportation it can be arranged, with an extra cost, contact me.
- Guiding Services
Estimated Local Cash Needed
115 € - 40 € per person meal in Dalís favorite restaurant.
15 € per person per ticket entrance
40 € per person train ticket (two ways)
20 € any souvenir
All major credit cards will be accepted too
- Personal Expenses
- Public Transportation Tickets
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
I am not allowed to enter the State Museums because I am not an official guide.