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Spain - Girona and Figueres?

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Using Barcelona as a base, is it possible to do a day trip and visit both Figueres (to see Dali Museum) and Girona in 1 full day? We will not have a car and will need to rely on trains.

It appears from previous posts that this might be possible. I'm trying to gauge how difficult this will be in reality - getting to 3 train stations (Barca, Figueres, Girona, back to Barca), sorting out train schedules (do I need to reserve tix in advance?), Dali museum (is it far from the train station, and can I only purchase tix in advance for specific times), etc., etc.

We are considering a private driver, but the cost is over $500 for my family just for the transportation alone.

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