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Gaudí and Modernist Art: Guided Tour in Palma de Mallorca
"Discover one of the most significant artistic movements of the latter 19th century and the early 20th with a lesson on Antoni Gaudí. See the work of one of Spain's most prolific artists in Palma the second most important Spanish city according to the number of samples of modernist architecture on its streets.Many of these picturesque buildings go unnoticed by the majority of visitors but this tour embarks on an adventure to learn of their history. Begin at the Gran Hotel and stroll to the upper part of town to see the most remarkable modernist works in the Balearic capital. Understand how important the influence of Catalan architects ceramics muses dragons and monsters.Just before wrapping up the itinerary
From EUR191.00
Palma Old Town: Guided Bike Tour in Mallorca
"Do you want to get to know Palma in a different way? With this bicycle tour you will be able to do it. You will ride over the most important monuments and buildings of the city all of its hidden corners as well as its paths avenues and ramblas.The ride will begin at a centrally located location. From this point on you will ride through the must see sights of the city; Cathedral of Mallorca city wall Lonja of Palma Almudaina Royal Palace
From EUR25.00
Private Tour: Palma de Mallorca Old Town
"Meet your private guide in central Palma de Mallorca near the town hall square and take a leisurely stroll to the so-called ‘monumental area’ where the bounty of the city’s sights can be seen. As you walk feel free to ask your guide as many questions about the city and the island as you wish; one of the benefits of a private guide is that the commentary is tailored to your interests.Stop for photos outside Palma Cathedral (La Seu) and hear how the Roman Catholic place of worship was built on the spot where an Arabian mosque one stood. If the site is of particular interest to you upgrade to include admission and head inside to admire the circular stained-glass windows and Gaudi-designed features. The colorful
From EUR21.00

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Soller Tourist information Centre

Favorite thing After reaching Soller via train.Just after you left the train there is a railway car which is not working as a train but it has been changed into a tourist information centre.
At tourist information Centre you can find useful maps and some catalogues with pictures

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Aug 10, 2007

expensive train

Favorite thing the train is 14 euros per person
so if there are a few of you going - you might want to hire a car and take a trip to soller by yourself.

if you take the train - you will also have to take a tram to get to the sea front /coast and that will cost another 3-4 euros per person per way
train timetables are available from the tourist office.

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Nov 04, 2006

You should take a slow train...

Favorite thing You should take a slow train from Palma city to Puerto de Soller. This town is located on the northwest of the island, its the rocky area of the island. The scenery is quite beautiful when going by train.

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Sep 07, 2002

Port de Soller

Favorite thing This is a nice beach. I take the Soller Railway from Palma and then take the another train to get there.

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Jan 31, 2003
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Train to Soller.

Favorite thing The train which runs from Palma to Soller.
It passes some beautiful scenery through the mountains and lemon groves.If the time of year is right you can reach out and pick the lemons.

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Aug 26, 2002

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Arab Baths

Although the Arabs' long presence in Mallorca has left a tremendous influence on the island and its culture, relatively few architectural works from that period have survived. After the reconquest,...
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Le Seu Cathedral

Though its construction continued over several centuries, the Cathedral of Mallorca has retained a largely Gothic-style interior. A few details do deviate from Gothic - other than the obvious Saint...
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Santa Eulalia Church

Close to Palau Vivot, the church of Santa Eulalia, in the square with the same name, is one of the oldest and more important of Palma. Coming from the 12th century it suffered drastic changes,...
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La Almudaina

Originally a Muslim palace, converted to gothic by king Jaime II, this alcazar still keeps signs of both styles. The views are beautiful and the adjacent gardens are well conceived and maintained,...
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Castillo de Bellver

Dominating the landscape, this castle atop the hill is a failed temptation - Fernanda accuses me of being a castle maniac, and, to prove that I'm not "castle dependent" I missed this one. But I...
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West Coast

It's the hell of a job driving downwards the coast to Calobra. And shall we say that the sights, upon arrival compensate the effort? Well... If you admire dramatic landscapes, yes. If you wanted...
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