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Best things to do in Palma

Castle
“Charming castle perfectly preserved and lovely view of all Palma city and the bay”
124 locals recommend
Museum
“Modern Art Museum. It has a very nice terrace also to have a drink after the visit. ”
58 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Miro lived in this withdrawn, popular part of Palma where you can get a good dose of intimacy as well as enjoy seeing some great works”
12 locals recommend
Art Museum
“A beautiful excuse to spend a quiet priveleged moment with some mainly modern art in Palma. Free access.”
6 locals recommend
History Museum
“The Museum of Mallorca, is a building built in the sixteenth century by the union of several old houses in the city of Palma de Mallorca. The museum features works by Francesc Comes and Joan Rosat, Gothic painters, as well as the hispanoflamencos Pere Terrencs and Baltasar Buira, and Renaissance Mateu López”
9 locals recommend
Historic Site
“place to be in the evening for drinks,music, tapas, dinner-plenty of good choices.”
10 locals recommend
Museum
“The upper part of the Cathedral has open access to the public in the afternoons and is worth a look.. Ask where the tickets and get ready for many many stairs.!”
5 locals recommend
Museum
“There are so many must-see sights, so if you have not been here before, I suggest that you take a tour on the tourist bus, where you can hop on and off where you like.”
5 locals recommend
Museum
“Un sitio original donde pasear entre callejones para ver réplicas de edificios singulares de toda España.”
5 locals recommend
Library
“Fue constituida en 1975 por Bartolomé March Servera (Palma, 1917 - París, 1998). Con la Fundación, quiso testimoniar su devoción por la cultura y su interés por el mecenazgo. ”
3 locals recommend
Museum
“This is a defensive fortification of the 17th century and is strategically located on the pier of Porto Pi. Behold the extensive collection of war and military parts & a panoramic view of the bay.”
3 locals recommend
History Museum
“Interesante museo de arte religioso. Recomendable visitar por la pintura de "Sant Jordi matando al dragón" de Pere Nisart (siglo XIV) y otras piezas artísticas de interés. Visitar tras la Catedral.”
2 locals recommend