Can Forteza Rey
The use of trencadís (ceramic shards) in the Can Forteza Rey facade is classic Gaudí in style.
Almacenes El Águila
Gaspar Bennàssar (1869–1933) – one of the most influential architects in modern Palma, his native city – played with various styles...
This exhibition centre is run by one of Spain's biggest building societies, the Barcelona-based La Caixa. CaixaForum is housed in the...
Built in 1854 and restored in 2007, this is the city's prestige theatre for drama, classical music, opera and ballet. The renovation...
Forn des Teatre
This pastry shop does featherweight ensaïmades (a light, spiral pastry emblematic of the island) and is a historic landmark. Larger...
Bar España information
Lonely Planet review
Happening upon this place in the evening when everything else in the vicinity is closed is like discovering some hidden secret. Hugely popular and deservedly so, this place has stone walls and an agreeable hum of conversation accompanies the fine pintxos (Basque tapas), which are lined up along the bar or chalked up on a board.