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Palma Tours with Cathedral and Valldemossa Options
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Palma Tours with Cathedral and Valldemossa Options

4.4/5
Excellent
Based on 147 reviews
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$42.00
Free cancellation
language
Language: German , English , French
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Printed ticket only
duration
Duration: from 4 hours to 8 hours
Do this because
  • Discover the Balearic capital with a variety of options
  • Make the most of hassle-free transport there and back
  • Optional cathedral tour and Valldemossa visit available
  • Optional burger lunch ticket for the Hard Rock Café
  • Expert local guide with unrivalled knowledge of Majorca
What to expect

Take your pick from a variety of ways to visit Majorca's atmospheric capital, Palma. Explore the city at your own pace with our simple, hassle-free transport only option. Or, perhaps you would like to add a guided visit to the waterfront cathedral, or lunch at the Hard Rock Café. To make the most of your day, you can pair your cathedral experience with a trip to the hilltop town of Valldemossa, too. Hugo, one of our expert local guides, says, ‘Palma Cathedral is astonishing. The apse's rose window alone contains more than 1,100 pieces of stained-glass – and was designed to align with the façade's rose window twice a year, on 2/2 and 11/11, to create the figure of 8.'

How the day unfolds depends on the option you've selected. With our Palma Free Time ticket, you'll have a few hours to use as you choose. Shop in the city's chic boutiques and high street fashion stores, check out plazas lined with terrace cafés, or enjoy the plentiful supply of art galleries and museums. You can add a lunch option at the Hard Rock Café, too

If you've opted for the Palma and Cathedral ticket, you'll get a guided tour of this vast Gothic masterpiece. And with the third option, you'll get entry to the cathedral, plus a visit to Valldemossa – an achingly pretty village strewn on a hill less than 30-minutes' drive from Palma. Hugo says, ‘Valldemossa is the essence of rural Majorca. Honey-hued stone houses with green shutters cluster around the belfry. Make sure to try the local potato cake, ‘coca', dipped in hot chocolate.'

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What's included
  • check Guide
  • check Transport
  • check Admission fees
  • check Guided tour
  • check Audio headset guide
  • check Walking tour
  • check Meal in the Hard Rock Cafe - only when you book this option
What to remember
  • If you book the Hard Rock Café meal you must show TUI ticket to the restaurant staff to dine between 12:00 - 14:00
  • Dress appropriately – no shoulders or knees showing – when visiting religious buildings
  • Food and drinks not included
  • Bring suitable footwear
  • Some entrance fees and optional extras are payable locally
  • Not suitable for guests with reduced mobility
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Provider
TUI España Turismo, S.L.U, with Tax Number B08089187 and Travel License Number GCMD-4
Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Cancellation policy
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 1 day before the experience begins.

What people say about this experience

Excellent

4.4/5

Based on 147 reviews from verified customers

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Safety

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Service

4.4/5

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4.4/5

Value for money

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  • David from Norwich

    From United States of America - May 2024

    Traveled as a couple

     

    35 - 44 years old

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    5/5

    The coach was on time, the driver and guide good. The details when booking through the website was a little unclear due to the options available. The ...

  • Maxine Williams

    From United Kingdom - May 2024

    Traveled with family

     

    35 - 44 years old

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    5/5

    I fell in Valdemossa and broke my elbow and got a nasty concussion. It ruined my holiday, so recommending bubble wrap to all guests would be good.

  • Freddie

    From United States of America - May 2024

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    4/5

    Guide was excellent.Great destination, apart from roadworks on paseo maritime and overcrowded pick up point on return. Disappointed by being misinform ...

  • A fit and active 69 year old

    From United Kingdom - May 2024

    Solo traveler

     

    45 - 54 years old

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    5/5

    The journey there was fine, once there we split into groups of nationality, which took time. We queued for toilet,The guide Victoria took quite a long ...

  • B Runciman

    From United States of America - April 2024

    Traveled with family

     

    35 - 44 years old

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    5/5

  • JOHN A,.

    From United States of America - April 2024

    Traveled as a couple

     

    55 - 64 years old

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    5/5

    Both the guides, Victoria and Juan, were very helpful, knowledgeable and friendly. The cathedral was stunning. Did not get time to really appreciate ...

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