The Pueblo Español is an open-air museum located in the city of Palma. The route takes us through reproductions of the most emblematic streets of Spain where we can see some of the most beautiful examples of Spanish architecture, famous squares and important monuments.
When you arrive, your ticket will be validated and you will be given a leaflet with information about what you will see and the route to follow, which will take 45-60 minutes to complete. There are more than 18 points of interest and some examples of what you will see are:
- The Golden Tower of Seville
- The Court of the Myrtles from Granada's Alhambra
- The Christ of the Lanterns from Cordoba
During your visit to the Pueblo Español you can also see an exhibition dedicated to Christopher Columbus, with an explanation of the theory that he was originally from Mallorca.
Your visit ends at the Plaza Mayor, where you can sit at one of the bar's outdoor tables and enjoy a delicious tapa while you take in your surroundings.