Plaza Weyler is situated along a busy street in Palma which connects Las Ramblas, Carrer de la Unión and Avenida Jaime III. One of the most important landmarks here is the modernist Gran Hotel. It was completed in 1903 and is now the CaixaForum cultural centre.
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Across the road from this striking building is the quaint old theatre bakery. It’s the site of the family-run Fornet de la Soca. The artisan bakery specialises in traditional Mallorcan dishes and bakes award-winning bread. A little further on, old steps wind up through the back streets to Plaza Mayor. Bypass the steps if heading to the nearby Teatre Principal. Palma’s main theatre stages concerts, dance, circus and operas.
Plaza Weyler isn’t a square as such, but there is some outdoor street seating belonging to the bars in the area. In Plaza del Mercat close by, restaurants provide further alfresco seating, and is the location of two distinctive modernist buildings: Can Cassassayas and Pensión Menorquina.