We work with small groups of maximum 15 people.
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Discover Palma de Mallorca with our private walking tours through the Old Town.
Take a walk and discover the history of the city of Palma de Mallorca. With our walking tours you can learn about the history of the old town of Palma together with its curiosities, anecdotes and magical corners that will make your visit a unique experience.
Our walking tours are designed to discover Palma in a private way, without crowds and at your own pace. We adapt to your tastes.
With Tour Teatro you can design your own route or be guided by our official local guides to create your perfect walking tour for you and your companions.
In addition to walking tours through the Old Town of Palma de Mallorca, you can also discover some of the most charming towns in the Serra de Tramuntana such as Valldemossa, Sóller and Deià or even get to Artà, a small town in the eastern part of Mallorca and visit its magnificent caves, a wonder of nature.
An example of a private walking tour may be the main area of the Old Town, also known as “Emblematic Palma”.
On this private tour you will discover the most emblematic historical buildings in the city of Palma de Mallorca, such as the Royal Palace of l’Almudaina, built during the Muslim period (10th century) and residence of governors and kings in Palma de Mallorca and of course the Cathedral of Mallorca, considered one of the most spectacular cathedrals in the Mediterranean Sea. In addition to strolling through squares, alleys and visiting the entrance to the Palma City Hall where the giants are exhibited, the famous “correfoc” del Drac de na Coca. Without forgetting the modernist and historicist buildings that since the 20th century we find in Palma such as Can Forteza Rey and Can Corbellà respectively.
On this private tour we will show you the jewels of Palma de Mallorca: The Cathedral of Mallorca (also known as La Seu) built between the 13th and 17th centuries in a Gothic style. Its location near the sea makes it the “Cathedral of the Sea”, the only cathedral reflected above the sea.
The other Gothic architectural wonder is Bellver Castle. Built in the 14th century by Jaume II, it was conceived as a palace-fortress for Mallorcan royalty and strategically located to prevent future attacks. This castle has a circular floor plan and has been used as a residence, a refuge in during plagues and rebellions, a military and civil prison and currently functions as a history museum for the city of Palma.
Valldemossa, a place of peace and quietness. It is worth going through its cobbled streets and observing the entrance of the houses and businesses where we can find a small ceramic plaque with the image of the saint of Santa Catalina Tomàs. It is also essential to visit La Cartuja, an old 14th century royal palace, transformed into a Carthusian monastery in the 15th century and currently a museum; and taste its most exquisite pastry: the famous Coca de Patata.
Sóller stands out for the modernist buildings, built in the 20th century, highlighting the Can Prunera house-museum and the parish church of Sant Bartomeu. You cannot leave Sóller without having tasted homemade ice cream and oranges, or having travelled on the famous Tren de Sóller, a wooden train opened in 1912.