Most touristic streets of Palma de Mallorca
Winter is coming in Spain, in a few weeks the year 2022 will be over, and you are probably looking for a destination for your next holiday. Palma de Mallorca is a beach destination in Spain, one of the paradise islands within the Balearic Islands.
When you come to Palma, you will be able to enjoy a natural richness that will really impress you. As well as being able to breathe fresh air, enjoy its beaches, coves and other natural wonders, you will also be able to appreciate its streets full of history, restaurants, bars and hotels of all kinds.
This city was founded by the Romans thousands of years ago and is one of the favourite beach destinations for Europeans today. Its streets and corners abound with stories and special experiences, in this article we will share with you the most touristic streets of Palma de Mallorca.
3 tourist streets of Palma de Mallorca
We will take you on a tour of the most beautiful streets on the island, these streets are our top 3 recommendations of the best streets to enjoy in Palma de Mallorca. Come and join us!
Carrer dels Apuntadors
This is the street of hostels, bars and restaurants in Palma, ideal for snacking and going to more than one place all night. There are many buildings, the streets are always full of people from very early in the morning until very late in the evening.
You can find a variety of restaurants, bars, small coffee shops and wine cellars. It’s perfect for walking, then having a nice meal in any of the restaurants. There is a wide range of bars and restaurants for all kinds of people.
If you are looking for a lively place to enjoy an exquisite dinner or a bar for drinks and tapas, Carrer dels Apuntadors is the street to visit. You’ll always see a lot of people passing by, so keep this in mind on your visit to the island.
Passeig del Born
This is the commercial heart of the old town of Palma de Mallorca and the street with the highest prices per square metre on the island. In Paseo del Born street you will find the top brands, some old mansions and historic buildings such as Casa Solleric or Can Alomar.
It is one of the most beautiful streets in all of Spain, linking the well-known Plaza de Juan Carlos I or Plaza de las Tortugas with Plaza de la Reina, which meets the Almudaina Palace and the Jardines de S’hort del Rei.
Today it is one of the most emblematic and social streets of Palma, and at the end of the year it is decorated with Christmas lights and ponsetias, also called poinsettias, poinsettias or Christmas flowers. It is a street that is a must on any visit to the island.
Nowadays on La Rambla you will see stalls selling flowers, and around it you will find churches and convents that have been there for hundreds of years. These are the Convent of Santa Magdalena and the Church of Carmelo.
This street divides the city into two parts. From the fountain towards some statues dedicated to two Roman emperors, the streets on the left side are all slopes leading up to Calle de San Miguel and Plaza Mayor. The streets on the right-hand side lead towards the Borne. This division was for many years a political and power division between the great families of the region.
La Rambla is a wonderful promenade, nowadays it is a beautiful place to go for a stroll at any time of the year.
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