What a beautiful palace! Amazing tapestries! Had a lovely time walking round ideal for history buffs and people who enjoy looking at palaces etc
About Palau de l'Almudaina
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Walking down the passeig del born you see the first glimpses of the Palau de l'Almudaina, beautiful and grand standing above a beautiful city. A walk through the garden area and then up between the Palace and cathedral is breathtaking. Inside the palace we were...More
Surprisingly, when entering top 10 things in Palma this place didn't show up. When we decided to go it did not disappoint. Beautiful tapestries and lots of information about the building. Acess to building is limitted due to Royal rooms still being used occasionally. Beautiful...More
This is quite impressive building from the outside and the inner yard is rather nice too. Unfortunately there is not a lot to see in the rooms of the palace so I would say it's not worth the price of the admission.
Cost was $7 to get in but well worth it. You can wander on your own. Headsets for information in your language is available. Grand rooms and tapestries.
Thinking we were visiting the Palma Cathederal Museum, my wife and I found ourselves having paid 7 Euros each to see the Palacio Real de la Almudaina - the former Residence of both Moorish Vizers and Kings of Mallorca. It turned out to be a...More
This is another fantastic place to visit In Palma right next door to the cathedral. The rooms are exquisite. No flash photography is allowed (the signage seems to imply that no photography at all is allowed but we were all taking photos and were only...More
Palaces come with the expectation of grandeur and opulence.This palace lacks both.It does has a lot of history but little visual appeal.We'd taken an audio guide but there's no need for one.With restorations and a spartan interior it was sad to behold!
I went here and looked around and there are some interesting features the royal family resides underneath the building There is a chair here that I saw the king of spain sitting on when he was giving a few speeches on live tv There are...More
worth a visit - informative museum. I would recommend the audio guide, which does cost an extra 3 euros, but is very good - adds detail, helps you find your way around and as its on a tablet with pictures, you can zoom in on...More