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Palma de Mallorca Travel Guide  

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Palma de Maiorca, a city situated in the Islands to Transfer, is located in Spain. Situated in the catalan of Palma de Mallorca, it is one of the most popular European cities. The city has a total population of around 375,000 inhabitants. 
Palma de Maiorca has a typical Mediterranean climate, characterised by hot and dry summers. The city has an ideal climate with very little rain and mild temperatures during spring and autumn.
Initially used as a Roman camp, the Talaiotic group were amongst the earliest inhabitants of the island. During the fall of the Roman Empire, the city witnessed a series of Vandal sackings.
Embroidery, glassblowing, leather works, ceramic work and wicker goods are important cultural elements practiced throughout the city. Tourism is the largest money-earning sector in the city.

Area code:
0(+34) 971
Time zone:
UTC+1
Demonym:
Palmesano
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Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Owing to its rich culture and history, the city of Palma de Maiorca offers tourists a number of interesting attractions and facilities. With its fine range of museums and cultural centres, it is a haven for visitors. Some of the... more most popular museums and exhibition halls include the Cathedral Museum, Museum of Mallorca, Casal Solleric, Ses Voltes and Sa Nostra Cultural Centre. The city also houses a number of historical monuments and buildings like the Almudaina Palace, Bellver Castle, Sa Llotja and Palau March. Palma de Maiorca also preserves a number of ancient Arab Baths. While vacationing in the city, make sure to visit Cabrera Island, which houses a national park and possesses immense natural beauty. The city, with its rich culture and traditions, hosts several important events and festivals. Some of the widely celebrated events include the Sant Sebastian Day, Corpus in Palma, and Sa Rua.
Devesh Pal
Level 100     4 Trophy   
Overall rating 9
Overall Guide : Palma de Mallorca is a chief isle and port in the region of Majorca and is the capital of Balearic Islands in Spain. The Plaça d'Espanya is the transportation center of this city. The old city has streets which take... more us back to the Arab times. These streets are quiet narrow and are mostly filled with tourists. The place is quiet and is surrounded by mostly building and houses. There are few galleries and museums around the end of the old city. Towards the old town there is built the famous Cathedral known as the Convent of the Cathedral and the Banys Àrabs. Football is the main sport of this town; tennis and road cycling are also very taken care off by the people. There is a harbor with a castle od Bellver around the sea port and is very mesmerizing. Sea food is a staple of this area and is the dishes are relished.
anna costanza
Level 24     3 Trophy    Viaggia: Family
Overall rating 10
Overall Guide : The feast of the patron saint in August and the fireworks. It's a wonderful city to experience, to have fun in, and the beaches were beautiful and spotless. I recommend paella and sangria to everyone. The cathedral is wonderful, the... more city centre is worth a visit.
gioia pernarella
Level 9     1 Trophy    Viaggia: Couple
Overall rating 8
Overall Guide : I highly recommend going during the months of May and June when it's hot enough to go to the beach but it isn't 40 degrees and it isn't too crowded, as in August and July. Palma is not only famous... more for its beaches but also for the various sights, you can get guides in Italian. Taxis are cheap.
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