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The palace is beautiful. Decorated in a magnificent manner. It is however small, and with kids tagging along there is little time for an audio guide. But do get one if you have the time.
Otherwise it’s a 30 min visit
Nice little excursion to kill time as it gives the opportunity to see the various rooms inside the palace.
Word of warning: if going between 5pm and 8pm on a wednesday/thursday, make sure you have an EU/UK passport/driving licence, otherwise they won't let you in...More
We must have walked past this gem many times on previous visits to Palma, but so glad we found it this time. Situated right opposite the cathedral it cost only €7 each for concessions and is worth every euro. It is beautifully restored and there...More
This 14c palace was constructed on a Muslim alcazar by James II and is a beautiful example of Roman architecture demonstrating a prosperous Majorcan royalty with complicated relationships with the Crown of Aragon. It is also a kind of museum to as well as the...More
The Royal Palace of La Almudaina is situated directly opposite Palma Cathedral and the Government Building.
Entry fee for the Palace are 7 euros for adults, 4 euros for children 5-16yrs old and over 65’s. For an additional 3 euros you can have an audio...More
Lots of review have been written about this building. It is an okay structure, not a lot to see, but they charge 7 Euro per person for admission, the same charge as the admission to the Palma Cathedral next door. In comparison, it is very...More
This is a well maintained and visually attractive building, with good historical signage. The artefacts and tapestries are beautiful. The views from the upper floors and rooftop overlook the city and harbour. We appreciated the breeze!
Not too expensive to enter; concessions available.
This magnificent palace is straight across the street from the Cathedral -- government and church power close to each other! There is an admission charge, including a reduction for over-65s. Much of the palace is open to the public to visit and view, with a...More