Click on the map above or the links below to visit page.
Places well worth visiting include:
The Palace (exterior)
Take a walk around the Palace walls.
The Palace (interior)
Step inside the Royal Courtyard and visit the King's apartments.
The Cathedral (exterior)
Walk around the Cathedral walls and visit the Bishop's Palace
The Cathedral (interior)
Experience the light and space inside Palma Cathedral.
Santa Cruz (Holy Cross)
Explore Palma's ancient trading quarter.
Walk around Palma's shipbuilding and fishing quarter.
Sant Jaime and La Rambla
Discover the churches and manor houses in Palma's northwest suburbs.
Calle San Miguel and Plaza Espanya
Walk around the churches and plazas of in the northeast suburbs.
Plaza Major and Plaza Mercat
Explore the heart of the city around Paseo del Born.
Plaza Cort and Plaza Quadrado
Discover the ancient buildings in Palma's administrative district.
Santa Eulalia and the Temple
Visit the churches and manor houses in Palma's southeast suburbs.
Discover the churches and city walls in southeast Palma.
|GETTING AROUND PALMA
There are many ways you can get around Palma. The obvious one is on foot, but the other options are:
By Bus - There is a good bus service around the city. Timetables can be found here.
By Tourist Bus - It is a hop-on hop-off service with 16 stops around the city. Prices and details can be found at www.mallorcatour.com
By Taxi - Palma taxis organise three different routes lasting between 1-3 hours and costing between 30-90 euros.
By bicycle - the bike lanes around the city make cycling a lot easier. Details from www.palmaonbike.com
By Segway - for something completely different visit www.segwaypalma.com
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