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Mallorca: Skip the Line Palma Cathedral Entry Ticket

1. Mallorca: Skip the Line Palma Cathedral Entry Ticket

Skip the lines to Palma Cathedral, built by the Crown of Aragon on the site of a Moorish-era mosque. Started during the reign of Jaime II, the magnificent sandstone monument is a work of ecclesiastical art. It comprises of 3 naves, including the main nave that houses the Trinidad Chapel where the remains of the kings Jaime II and Jaime III can be found. Admire highlights of the façade, such as the imposing columns of the main door and the sculptures by Guillermo Sagrera on the south facing Portal del Mirador. Discover additions made by the architect Antoni Gaudí in the early 20th century, along with works by the artist Miquel Barceló in the Santísimo Chapel.

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Mallorca: Rafa Nadal Museum Xperience Entry Ticket

2. Mallorca: Rafa Nadal Museum Xperience Entry Ticket

Experience an unforgettable adventure in a unique space with an entry ticket to the Rafa Nadal Xperience Museum, and journey through the life and career of one of the great stars of the tennis world. Equipped with the latest technologies in audiovisual media and interactive displays, along with sports simulators that allow you to be the star of your own sporting experience, the Rafa Nadal Xperience Museum is 2 floors full of excitement and learning. Experience the fun of sport in its purest form, shared by the best athletes in the world. Rafa Nadal has always been heavily involved in the venue, located in the town of Manacor where he was born. See all his major trophies, rackets and sports accessories, and go to the All Stars Room to sharpen your senses with Michael Jordan, Usain Bolt, Sebastian Vettel, Tiger Woods and many other sporting legends.

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Mallorca : Miró Foundation Entrance Ticket

3. Mallorca : Miró Foundation Entrance Ticket

See masterworks from the Spanish painter in the house he lived and worked in for nearly 30 years. Learn about Miró's life and creative process. Admire his colorful paintings and striking sculptures. Take a tour, and let local art experts guide you through the works of the modern master. Enjoy the light and minimalist interior of the famous Sert Studio. Move on to the Son Boter studio, with walls covered in charcoal graffiti by the artist's own hand. Go for a stroll in the sculpture garden, or pause for a drink at the cafe. Admire the architecture of this Mallorca institution.

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Sóller: Jardines de Alfabia Entrance Ticket

4. Sóller: Jardines de Alfabia Entrance Ticket

Don't miss the opportunity to visit one of Mallorca's oldest buildings and its stunning gardens. Discover a typical Mallorcan house with charming corners and a traditional atmosphere, as well as a garden that will delight all of your senses. In the gardens, witness the clear influence of English landscaping. Stroll along the wide avenue, consisting of 3 lanes of large plane trees, to reach the traditional Mallorcan patio. You will also be able to admire water fountains and hydrangeas.  In the house, admire a stunning combination of Roman-Andalusian roots, as well as elements of Arabic, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Roman, Rococo and even English decoration. Time has left traces of each era in the house, while the whole complex maintains its balance. In this sense, the development of the house of Alfabia is a model of respect for the past and evolution, of conservation and innovation.

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Palma Private Guided Walking Tour

5. Palma Private Guided Walking Tour

Discover the historic homes of the capital of Mallorca on a 3-hour walking tour of the Old City of Palma. Founded by the Romans, it has had a turbulent history, passing to the Byzantines and Moors before the Christian reconquest. With the help of a fully licensed personal guide, explore the handsome streets of the Old Town and the patios of the stately homes. Boasting monumental beauty and lavish impressions, these unique architectural spaces remain untouched by time. You will be especially fascinated by the 4 enigmas of the Middle Ages. Explore the 4 colors of the enigma - white, green, red, and yellow – and discover how they are constantly present in the city’s monuments and houses. Learn the meaning of the green shutters on the windows of Mallorcan houses, and why the martyrs always dressed in red in Christian iconography. Discover how colors and numbers are linked with the circle of life. You will be walking along the oldest streets of the city. Imagine the life of the people dedicated to different occupations and beliefs throughout the ages, from merchants, to Jewish settlers, the nobility, to pirates.

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Alcudia: Museum Sa Bassa Blanca Entry Ticket

6. Alcudia: Museum Sa Bassa Blanca Entry Ticket

Pre-book your entry ticket to the Sa Bassa Blanca Museum and discover exhibition spaces such as Nins and Sokrates. Roam the museum’s scenic Granite Sculpture Park by artists Yannick and Ben Jakober and the magnificent Rose Garden. Fill yourself with wonder at the Nins Collection in the Aljub space, a unique selection of portraits of children dated between the 16th and 19th centuries. Make your way to the Sokrates space, an underground room resembling a Wunderkammer, or a so-called Chamber of Wonders, that features ancient artifacts from Nepal, Tibet, and Peru. See a fossil of a Pleistocene rhinoceros before a curtain of 10,000 crystals donated by the Swarovski family and marvel at works by contemporary masters such as Miguel Barceló, José María Sicilia, Gerhard Merz, and Jannis Kounellis. Step outside for fresh air in the large outdoor spaces where you can enjoy nature and discover monumental sculptures as well as the beautiful garden of old English roses, a pleasure for the five senses during the months of May and June.

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What people are saying about Mallorca

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 3 reviews

A hidden gem with eclectic exhibits and beautiful gardens. A few tips: (1) Use the location on GetYourGuide and not on Google Maps to navigate. (2) The car gates open automatically (3) The two galleries are closed 2-3pm. The rest of the exhibits are accessible though.

The queue was quite long, so this was a fast way to get past that - you just enter to the side of the queue and go straight in. If you want to go on the rooftop you need to buy that ticket as well, before you go in

Knowing the weather was going to be temperamental we booked via this app and walked past the hour queue wait. Highly recommend a visit to the cathedral it’s beautiful.

The gardens are just so beautiful. Such a serene experience. The house is interesting too. Don't forget to visit the mill and the stables.

Entry was fast and seamless and the cathedral is amazing. Both from the outside and definitely from the inside. Truly awe inspiring.