Have you ever wanted to know what goes on behind the closed doors of the Cort building in Plaza Cort? Now is your chance as Palma’s Town Council will open their doors every other Sunday throughout the year.
Perhaps you’ve spent time gazing at the traditional Mallorcan facade of the building which was reformed between 1649 and 1680. Maybe you’ve wondered about the clock which was constructed in France and brought and installed there in 1863. With such a history on the outside, one can only imagine what is inside and now is your chance to discover this and more.
Guided tours in English are by appointment only and are held at 12:00hrs every second Sunday.
Call for an appointment today on +34 664 366 722 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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