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April 1, 2015

Second time cruisers in Mallorca

estrella  Soller valley and electric tram tour itinerary tailored for Teresa and Bob best friends.

While you are in port in Palma de Mallorca, explore the best of this Island on this shore excursion. This sightseeing tour includes a half hour ride on the Sóller tram Although was designed for the transport of passengers, it was also used to transport merchandise down from Soller to the port.

Your guide will also show you more of the Palma city’s iconic sights from the bus in a panoramic drive through the city like Old renaissance walls the Gothic Quarter and Palma Cathedral as you pass by . If a half-day tour isn’t enough, upgrade to the full-day tour . On this small-group tour, you’ll receive personalized attention from your guide.excursion 040
After you meet your guide at your ship we will drive through the city of Palma to countryside and mountains of Mallorca to get to charming village Soller , capital of Tramuntana range of Mountains a UNESCO World Heritage Site .
In Soller after a brief stop at Plaça de la Constitucion and past the modernist buildings of Church of San Bartolomeu and Banca de Soller where you’ll stroll through the narrow streets of medieval Europe. Then here we will board for a ride on the electric tram to the Port of Soller.
Stop for a glass of cava ( sparkling wine) and tapas tasting in a local restaurant by the sea water in the port of Soller. From there, we will drive back to the Ship where your tour ends.   more info at    www.mallorcatourguides.com
Upgrade: Upgrade to the full-day tour to include a ride along the coastal road to see Deia and a guided visits to Valldemossa most famous place and Bellver Castle before to get back to your ship.

Bus with driver plus local English Speaking Guide is included : 480 euro per group up to 12 persons ( Half Day ) / 640 euro ( Full day )

Tram fees are extra 5,50 euro per person ( also optional to decide in the spot)

Admission fees to monuments , attractions drinks or lunch is not included.

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