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Taking the Tourist Train in Mallorca

The tourist train station is found alongside the main train station at Placa d’Espanya in Palma city.

The main train station is called Palma Intermodal Station and is also a metro and bus station. Alongside the Intermodal train station passengers will find the vintage train station with trains to Soller.

Soller Vintage Train

The Palma to Soller train is an authentic vintage train exclusive to Mallorca, which runs on a narrow gauge track.

Also known as the wooden train by many tourists due to the wooden carriages. This railway is over a hundred years old originating in 1912 and running continuously since then.

The gentle pace of the train allows for plenty of time to enjoy the views while meandering along. The scenery twists and turns over and under of breathtaking Mallorcan mountains.

The journey takes passengers over several bridges a viaduct and through 13 tunnels, one being 3km long amid the Tramuntana mountains.

Several trains go every day in the summer and just four everyday out of season. The total journey is about an hour and the trains take approximately 50 minutes rolling time for the 27km/17miles of track. There is additional waiting time at stops and about the midway point is Bunyola station.

You can purchase tickets for the train and tram at the ticket office at the Palma station. If you plan to wait at the station can enjoy a drink at the café.

Timetable

Summer

April to October

Palma to Soller

10:10
10:50
12:15
13:30
15:10
19:30

Soller to Palma

09:00
10:50
12:15
14:00
18:30

Winter

November, December, February, March

Palma to Solller

10:30
12:50
15:10
18:00

Soller to Palma

09:00
11:40
14:00
17:00

Tickets for the tourist train from Palma to Soller cost €15 one way. The return ticket is €21.

There is also a vintage tram which is approximately 5km and goes from Soller to Soller port. It’s also known as the ‘Orange Express’ and goes hourly and takes about 15 minutes.

The Soller tourist tram cost €5.50 one way.

A combined return Train and Tram ticket from Palma to Soller Port cost €30.

You can buy train or tram tickets from the ticket office inside the stations at either Palma or Soller.

Contact details:

Office

Plaça d’Espanya 6, Palma
Telephone: 971 630 130
info@trendesoller.com

Station

Eusebio Estada 1, Palma
Telephone: +34 971 752 051 and 971 752 028
www.trendesoller.com
palma@trendesoller.com

Getting from Palma airport to Palma Train Station

Bus Route No.1 from the airport to Palma city is the bus needed to get to the main train station in Palma city.

The Placa d’Espanya bus stop (Plaza de Espana) is the Intermodal Station. You can also easily return to the airport from this bus on the route no.1 bus in the opposite direction.

All airport buses have an electronic display system inside the bus with the next stop showing. They go every 15 minutes but after 21:30 only every 30 minutes.

Palma Airport Bus Timetable to Palma City

Winter – November to end of April

Palma airport to Palma city/port: 6:00am to 1:10am
Palma Port to Palma city/airport: 5:30am to 1:00am

Summer – May to end of October

Palma airport to Palma city/port: 6:00am to 1:50am
Palma Port to Palma city/airport: 5:30am to 2:10am

The Palma airport bus No.1 cost €3

To see where to catch the no.1 bus at the airport and for more details about the no.1 bus click here.

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