Girona (Catalan), Gerona (Spanish) is a city in north Catalunya, Spain. It has population of 96.7 thousand.
Public transport is made of buses (blackrideability not tested), but the city is small enough for walking everywhere.
There is a train connection with Barcelona and AVE trains to Madrid and Paris.
There is an international airport approx. 10 km south from the city centre.
The highway connecting France (Perpignan) and Catalunya (Barcelona) goes around the city. check hitchwiki
For wild camping you can try the parc and floodplain forests of Riu Ter (around here).
Girona has a free city wifi, but you need a phone number to receive an access code.
The public library (on carrer d'Emili Grahit) has a wifi, electricity and nice working places. In April 2016 the password is written on the walls and there is no problem entering with a backpack. It is open Monday to Saturday 10-20.
There were quite some buskers in Girona in March 2017.
Like in most Spanish cities you need a permission for busking. There are some people that try without a permission and the police doesn't really care.
If you want to get a temporary license (up to 3 days a week, 3 hours a day) go to Espai Marfà (C. De Baix 2, 17006 - Girona). It's good to have an (amateur-)video of your music so they can check. They were really friendly there. It just took us about an hour there.
For a longer license go to the ayuntamiento (town hall).
If you want to enjoy a view of the city, go for a walk on the city walls. Views are nice and it's free.