Palma de Mallorca Sightseeing Day Tour
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On this sightseeing day tour, see the best sights of Palma de Mallorca, the capital of the Balearic Islands! You’ll discover top attractions, such as the Cathedral of Santa Maria (commonly known as La Seu), Bellver Castle and the Royal Palace of the Almudaina. Sample Mallorca’s local flavors with a tapa and a drink at a popular shopping center (included), and enjoy four hours of free time in Palma to shop, visit monuments or walk along the maritime pathway.
Discover the beauty of Palma de Mallorca, the capital of the Balearic Islands, on a sightseeing day tour, including free time to explore the city at your leisure. Aboard a comfortable, air-conditioned bus, enjoy the drive along the beautiful Mediterranean coastline. Admire the views of Mallorca’s beaches and Palma’s fishing port on your way to Bellver Castle. Stop here to see the defensive fortress built in 1688 and to take photos of the Palma coast.
Continue your panoramic sightseeing tour along the sea port, where yachts and sailboats are moored and locals enjoy scenic walks. While your guide explains interesting facts about Palma and the island of Mallorca, see beautiful monuments like the Cathedral of Santa Maria (commonly known as La Seu) and the 13th-century Royal Palace of the Almudaina.
Your sightseeing tour lasts approximately one hour, after which you will have four hours of free time to grab a snack, shop or visit interesting monuments. Your tour includes a voucher for a drink with one plate of tapas, which you can redeem at the cafe at the popular Spanish shopping center El Corte Inglés. You will also be given a map of Palma’s city center.
On your own and at your own expense, you can see a multitude of sights and attractions in Palma. Wander around the Plaza Mayor (the main square) and through the narrow alleyways of Palma’s old part of the city, the medieval quarter. Visit the Arab Baths, the only Moorish building that remains almost intact in the city; it is believed to be part of a palace that once stood there. Wander around the modern part of the city to visit interesting design and clothing shops, or visit the Fundación Juan March to admire the latest exhibitions of Spanish art. Rejoin your guide and group after your free time for your trip back to selected hotels.