How to Spend 24 Hours in Palma de Mallorca in 2023

Travel Tips by: Lifestyle Traveler

I recommend  starting off having  a cup of coffee at any of the spot recommendations on the most  instagrammable  brunch  spots in Palma and  then  you’ll be  ready to go!

What To See In Palma de Mallorca

La Lonja This area used  to be a fishmonger’s market but nowadays is the place where you can take one of the best walks in the city along a beautiful, stone-paved walkway.

Cathedral, Parc de la Mar and Almudaina Palace

I would encourage you to go inside if you have enough time and also visit the adjacent Almudaina Palace.

El Born/ Plaza de la Reina

First, you will reach Plaza de la Reina, which translates to “Queen’s Square”. You will easily spot the fountain (yes, we love fountains in this city!) After that, you will see one side of the street is for pedestrians only, so it is a great place to continue your route around Palma..

Cort This square holds the headquarters to the local institutions of the island.

Plaza Mayor Depending on the time of the year, you will find outdoor market stalls as well as several terrace bars and restaurants to hang out.

Terrain Map

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