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Palma de Mallorca Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with Optional Boat & Belver Castle
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Palma de Mallorca Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with Optional Boat & Belver Castle

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Palma de Mallorca offers many sights, but viewing them all can be a challenge. Avoid the rush of a typical tour and relax on board a sightseeing bus that passes the city’s beaches, markets, and major monuments, including the Grand Cathedral and the Bellver Castle. Follow your own itinerary at a pace that suits you, hopping off or on as you like, or upgrade for an additional boat cruise or included entry to Bellver Castle.
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viaUAA wrote a review Jul 2019
Ljubljana, Slovenia652 contributions113 helpful votes
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If you at least enjoy a bit of walking and nice views than this is a place to visit. There is quite large plateau on the top (on two levels) with some ruins on lower part and church and some other objects on higher part of plateau. You can enjoy in nice views towards Palma on one side and towards Serra de Tramuntana and Puig Major (highest peak with radar dome) on the other side. I took path from Coll d' Orient (about 1km before village Orient). It is not easy to park, because you need to squeeze your car by the road. But the path is nice, especially when passing some old olive trees (olivos centenarios). Second part is more steeper - the path is well signed. From Coll d' Orient to the Puig d'Alaro and back there is about 6km with 360m of ascent.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Trilingualtravels wrote a review Mar 2019
Lucerne, Switzerland450 contributions140 helpful votes
We started the hike from the Restaurant half way up, due to 3 kids. The Hike was great even though it was mega cloudy. Make sure you go all the way up to the sanctuary and have a coffee up there. Unfortunately the restaurant is totally overrated now. Our tour took around 3-4 hours with a little picnic on top.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Detritus68 wrote a review Oct 2018
Innsbruck, Austria586 contributions149 helpful votes
the castle is something like a national sanctuary, so prepare to share the wonderful sight with lots of other people, especially on weekends. But worth seeing even than (must be fantastic, if you are alone...)
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Tom V wrote a review Sep 2016
Antwerp, Belgium152 contributions49 helpful votes
If you start the walk from the city of Alaro up to the Castell on top of Puig d'Alaro, it's most impressive - you feel the climbing and live the impressively high location! How did they get their building materials there? It's a beautiful spot, but choose a day with open air to enjoy the views at the full!
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Birdie1936 wrote a review May 2016
Rayleigh, United Kingdom80 contributions48 helpful votes
Good pair of shoes and take water and sunscreen! Nice hike to the top, fantastic views & well worth the effort to get there!
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Date of experience: May 2016
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