City Sightseeing Palma de Mallorca Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
Fishing boats, pine groves and palm trees complement the most beautiful monuments, and you can see these attractions at your own place on this City Sightseeing Palma de Mallorca hop-on hop-off city tour which allows you to set your own itinerary.
You can hop on and off as many times as you like aboard the open-top, double-decker bus. There are 16 stops, and the entire route takes approximately 80 minutes. The bus departs every 20 minutes from each stop. Tickets are valid for 24 hours from first use.
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- Antoni Maura
- Pl.del Mercat
- La Rambla/Carrer dels Horts
- Pl. dEspanya
- Av. Alexandre Rossello
- Av. Gabriel Alomar i Villalonga
- Passeig Maritim
- Poble Espanyol
- Castell de Bellver
- Av. Joan Miro
- Estacio Maritima
- Av. Gabriel Roca
- Pl. Porta de Santa Catalina
- Av. Jaume III
- Moll Comercial
Every 20 minutes between 10am and 8pm
June to August
Every 15 minutes between 9:30am and 10pm
September to November
Every 20 minutes between 10am and 8pm
December to February
Every 25 minutes between 10am and 6pm
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Palma de Mallorca City Hop On Hop Off Tour
- Hop-on hop-off tour
- Recorded commentary
- Entrance fees
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Audio commentary available in English, Spanish, Catalan, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Swedish, Mandarin and Russian
Reviewed by: SCV, July 2015
Reviewed by: Teresa S, July 2015
This is my favorite way to get an initial look at a new city! It is always a relaxing, low stress way to get a good lay of the land sort of look around town and have the most prominent sites located and described for you. It is also a good way to skip the taxi and local buses if you have a language problem getting around.to the local tourist areas. Mallorca is a wonderful place to visit. The beaches that I visited along Cala Major were beautiful with that warm and lovely Mediterranean water and clean sandy beaches and lovely rocky alcoves. This was a tourist area with plenty of beach shops and restaurants.
Palma de Mallorca is a large and vibrant city with lots of shopping and restaurants. The people by and large do not speak much English but they are welcoming and friendly. There are many cruise ships stopping in and the majority of visitors are from Germany and Scandinavia. Don't miss the Cathedral or the Castle Bellver!
My only complaint is that the local bus company expects you to have a printed ticket in hand and does not accept a digital confirmation which is fine if you plan things from home and bring a ticket along, but I was staying in a rental unit and did not have access to a printer. I had to ask for a favor from a local student to print my pass. The next hurdle was that there were no maps of the bus stops available on-line, I had no idea what the bus stop sign looked like or where to find a bus stop. They did have a list of stops, but it was just a list of Spanish words to me with no location assistance. I could see that the buses were traveling the road that I was on, so I eventually found a bus stop by showing various people along the road the list that I was carrying and someone was able to tell me one of the stop areas 3 stops past the closest stop to my unit. Once I boarded a bus, all was well and I was able to pick up a bus stop map and finally figure out where I was going, although the route differed from the map at times.