Monuments: Royal Palace of La Almudaina
Invierno (octubre a marzo) de 10:00 a 18:00 Verano (abril a septiembre) de 10 a 20 h todos los días M Ts W Th F St Su
Palacio de la Almudaina
Palau Reial s/n, 07001 Palma de Mallorca
Phone: 971 21 41 34
Royal Palace L' Almudaina is must for all visitors, the city of Palma , opposite the Cathedral on the former Muslim palace , was built after the Catalan conquest of the thirteenth century.
During the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries was the residence of the kings of Mallorca and after the viceroys and governors.
Highlights from the Royal Palace of L' Almudaina , a statue of the Archangel Gabriel, and interior highlight especially the Gothic chapel of Santa Anna, the courtyard of King Chapel Sant Jaume , the Patio de la Reina ......
In 1963 the restoration of the castle was started and is currently used as a museum and the King of Spain as the official residence for state ceremonies and receptions during the summer
Hours of the Royal Palace of the Almudaina, Palma
Weekly closing: Monday throughout the year
Winter hours (October to March). From Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00 - 18:00
Summer hours (April to September). From Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00 - 20:00
Box office and admission to the Palace close one hour earlier
Closing by official act or festivity in the municipality:
September 15: Closed full day
September 16: Closed full day
December 24: Closed full day
December 25: Closed full day
December 31: Closed full day
Basic Admission 7 €, Reduced Admission 4 €
Free Admission 0 €
Children under 5 years of age.
18 May, International Museum Day.
12 October, National Holiday of Spain, without distinction of nationality. (Except closing days)
Wednesdays and Thursdays from 15 to 18 h. (October to March) and from 17 to 20 h. (April to September), free admission for citizens of the European Union, residents and holders of work permit in that territory and Latin American citizens, following accreditation of nationality (national identification card, passport or driver’s licence) or residency or work permit.
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