El Tren de Soller
El Tren de Soller
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lexmiller
Burlington, MA1,119 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2022
We were on a guided tour, so we arrived in the town of Soller by bus and explored this gorgeous town for about an hour before boarding the train - one way train ride for us. Be sure to open your window on the train or it is stuffy. The ride is fun, passing through olive groves and beautiful hilly farmland. Lots of tunnels, one in particular is very long, seemed endless! Fun experience and a must for vintage train buffs.
Written 28 May 2022
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Ron Q
Fresno, CA35 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2024 • Solo
I did this on a weekday with no tourist boats in Port, so the fellow travelers were well organized and civil. The left side forward-looking seat allowed for good views.
My dissapoinymenr as a single traveler was the slow speed to get to Soller, the slow speed of the trolley to Port of Soller, then the slow speed of the boat to Calobra. It did seem though that the groups of friends and the couples appeared to not have that issue. But, if you prefer more efficient travel, which I did on my return, I suggest you take the 204 bus.
Written 23 May 2024
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peterhg
Sheffield, UK106 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2014 • Solo
The return fare for this trip to Soller will set you back 28 euros. Don't pay it,a few yards away is the bus station and the fare there and back is 8 euros. You need to get the 210. Don't get the 211 which is an express via the tunnel. The views from the 210 as it winds through the sierra tramuntano are much better than you get from the train. They are breathtaking. You will travel first to Valldemossa, A place worth seeing, you can visit Michael Douglas's Cultural Centre, see where Chopin and George Sands spent the winter, The bus then winds it's way to Deia, the home of the author, Robert Graves,. The bus then weaves over the mountains to Soller and then terminates at Soller Port. A truly spectacular bus journey. And you will have saved quite afew euros
Written 18 September 2014
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William D
Dunfermline, UK9 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2015 • Couples
Well worth doing, bus picks you up and takes you to Valdemosa in the mountains. there is a trip round the monastry which is quite interesting if you like that sort of stuff. You then travel further through the mountains to the port of Soller for lunch, followed by a tram trip to Soller which is very pleasant. Then you board the train back towards Palma stopping short of the town where the coaches take you back to your resort in time for the evening meal.
Written 10 June 2015
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YvonneCR2014
Murcia, Spain289 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2015 • Friends
Lovely route from Palma to Soller. Tramontana mountains were stunning. Lovely walk around the village but....watch your purse/ wallet. Pickpockets are operating as we witnessed in the main area around the station.
Written 4 June 2015
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phildurham
durham23 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2016 • Couples
we had an amazing day out. absolutely loved this trip.visited valldemossa first then had a fab ride on the tram from the port to the village square .really had us buzzing then a trip on the train to palma through the mountains and valleys through lots of tunnels .would reccomend this trip to anyone
Written 5 July 2016
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Carolyn C
Newcastle-under-Lyme, UK53 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Family
We planned ahead (thanks to Trip Advisor reviews and a bit of internet searching) and arrived at 10.10 for the 10.50 train. There was a queue already forming which gave the impression of a rush for tickets but actually, it gave us time to find a, seat and go to the loo and people were still getting tickets and joining the train, with seats available, after 10.50. It left about 10 minutes late in the end. The people joining at the next stop, Bunyola, weren't as lucky and ended up standing at the end. The view is better if you sit on the left hand side generally (facing the direction of travel) but you don't gave to get off at the viewing stop for a photo, you can get a better one just as the train pulls away. Soller itself was lovely, we stopped there for lunch, then caught the tram down to the port. The port is beautiful and has some small beaches with a sea that is good for swimming or paddling in. The bay is lined with cafes and resturants. I'm not sure there is much else to do apart from soak up the atmosphere, dip your toe in the sea and take photos, but it's a nice day out. We caught the 211 bus back (timetable easily found on the internet) as a quicker, more frequent and cheaper return option. Now we've done the train/tram trip once, we'd just do the bus both ways if we wanted to visit again, but it's worth doing once if you plan ahead.
Written 22 October 2018
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Joasi23
South Yorkshire, UK1,834 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2018 • Friends
We had researched the easiest way to experience the train and tram with no rushing about watching the clock all day, and it worked for us. Taxi to the palma station where the train departs and we were lucky to get 4 single tickets on the 10 ish train about to leave. A wonderful picturesque hour or so later we pulled into soller. There was a frantic scramble as our fellow passengers hunted for the tram. Instead we headed into town for a stroll round the lovely old streets and sat having ice cream and buying local souvenirs.
After a couple of hours we then caught the tram ( pay on board €7 single ) to the port. As we had no return time to aim for it was lovely to have lunch, take lots of photos and even have an unplanned paddle along the beach. We then returned by service bus direct to palma for €2.80, which took about 45 mins. The train is a great experience we loved it, but if like us time at the destination is also important it's useful to know you don't have to return on it . Enjoy!
Written 22 September 2018
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Karen7
London, UK649 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2016
we took this historic train from Placa Espana in Palma for the one hour ride to Soller. A tram then links you to Port Soller for a breach and seafront restaurants. it's a lovely trip through the mountains that has featured on Michael Portillo's programme. return cost incl tram is 30 euros per adult.
Written 9 August 2016
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Fergs85
Thornton-Le-Dale, UK1,080 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2015 • Couples
We used the train to get from Soller to Palma and back. If you're in Soller and don't want to go all the way to Palma then just do a round trip to Bunyola, and you'll experience the most scenic half of the journey. The stretch across the plain to Palma itself is a bit more mundane. If you stand on the open-air platform right at the back of the last carriage, the ride through the tunnel (which takes five minutes) is especially dramatic.
Allow some time to take a look round the station with the photographs and small exhibitions devoted to Miro and Picasso.
Written 24 July 2015
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