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Barcelona to Girona: Rent a Car or just take the train?

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Traveling to Spain late August. After 4 nights in Barcelona we're planning 1 full-day (2 nights) in Girona, before taking the train to Madrid. The plan is a Saturday morning car rental from downtown Barcelona, to be returned Sunday morning at the Girona airport, and the idea was driving along the coast north of Barcelona.

A small, automatic car would be well over $100 for one day (I checked several companies)...

...Question is, is it even worth it?.... We could stay in Barcelona for most of Saturday, and take the last, 7pm train to Girona. Or spend that Saturday in Girona, making it a 2 full-day stay. I tend to choose the 2nd idea, hoping Girona in the weekend has much to offer...

Any opinion? Thanks.

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