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  •  Ruta through the monumental Palma

    Ruta through the monumental Palma

    A route through the different eras, with the discovery of the artistic and cultural heritage

  •  Ruta through the monumental Palma

    Ruta through the monumental Palma

    A route through the different eras, with the discovery of the artistic and cultural heritage

  •  Ruta through the monumental Palma

    Ruta through the monumental Palma

    A route through the different eras, with the discovery of the artistic and cultural heritage

  •  Ruta through the monumental Palma

    Ruta through the monumental Palma

    A route through the different eras, with the discovery of the artistic and cultural heritage

A route through the different eras, with the discovery of the artistic and cultural heritage

Palma de Mallorca has a great monumental wealth. Discover which museums and places of interest you should visit during your stay.

Palma reflects in its monuments the presence of different cultures that occupied the city. Palaces, churches, castles, monasteries, courtyards and gardens of Roman, Moorish and Christian origin are in the streets of the city, which always looks out over the sea. 

Stroll through the historic center of Palma to discover the cultural heritage in its streets. Check out the following article to know what to see and what to do in Palma de Mallorca.

Palma is a city that shines out with its own light. A city capable of assimilating the passage of each of the cultures that have settled on the island over the years. Peoples who have left their mark on streets, squares, palaces, patios and gardens. A monumental wealth treasured in buildings such as the Cathedral, the Almudaina Palace, the city walls, the Lonja, the Arab baths or the City Hall. Its Roman, Muslim and Christian past make it a surprising city, and one to be enjoyed all year round.

Worth a visit are the Town Hall of Palma on Plaça de Cort, the Patios of Can Vivot, Casal Sollerich, Can Oms and Can Bordils, the Almudaina Arch, the cathedral, the only gothic temple near the sea, the Almudaina Royal Palace, the Jardín del Obispo Garden, the Museu de Mallorca, the Dalt Murada, S'Hort del Rei, the Lonja, Passeig de Sagrera and the Baluard de Sant Pere.

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