Carrer de les Ballesteries, 17004, Girona, Spain
Onyar houses are probably the buildings with the most postcards sent when visiting Girona. These houses of different colors are in front of the Onyar River, hence its name. The only house that's not colored is the Masó House, house of one of the most renowned artists of Girona. The river divides the street in two and there are several bridges to cross from one place to another. The most prominent are 'd'en Gómez' bridge, delicate and slender, and built by Gustave Eiffel in 1826, author of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Following his style it's made of iron painted in red.