Multicultural Palma de Mallorca: every trip becomes a lesson
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Multicultural Palma de Mallorca: every trip becomes a lesson

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Travelling is one of humans’ favorite pastime, even before the invention of the actual term. While time passes, we are constantly trying to find a way of turning it into a more complex and dynamic experience. In order to accomplish this goal, we have to pick destinations that can offer us a multitude of opportunities: endless ways of having fun, constantly discovering new cultures, experiment, taste, feel, etc. This being the case, one of the most attractive destinations is Palma de Mallorca.

Well known for its beaches and for its numerous ways of enjoying a proper iberic experience, Palma de Mallorca is also a masterpiece in terms of culture and architecture. For example, the wonderful cathedral of Palma, situated in the town center, so-called La Seu, was built in the XIVth century, and since that age it has constantly enriched Mallorca’s landscape for whoever was willing to discover it. For every passionate about learning and discovering throughout travelling, there is practically no excuse to not visit it, for the simple fact that it has been globally recognized as the tallest gothic structure in the whole Europe!


Nicknamed “The Cathedral of Light”, La Seu totalizes 61 stained-glass windows, the most impressive being the central rose window, which practically floods the building with sparkles of colored light, especially when the sun rises. It is a complete joy to watch the whole show of multicolor lights and shadows that mingle. Such an impressive architectural jewelry is, obviously, the result of one of the most reputed architects worldwide: the catalan Antoni Gaudí .

Of course, Palma’s cathedral can fulfill even the highest European standards, being equipped with audio-guides and completely accessible for those with disabilities. If you want to start a cultural tour of Palma de Mallorca, it is important to keep in mind that the closing times here depend on the time of the year!  








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