The train departs from its own station in Palma (almost alongside the city’s main train and bus station) and takes an hour to reach Sóller’s Art Deco station (with art gallery), stopping at Bunyola on the way.
The journey soon takes you through spectacular scenery, involving viaducts, bridges, and 13 tunnels. Some services include a ‘photo stop’ en route. Having explored Sóller, you can take the old tram that regularly trundles through citrus groves down to Port de Sóller.
Combined train and tram tickets are available. The service runs throughout the year, except for January, when maintenance work is carried out.
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