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Llotja, Palma de Mallorca
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Constructed between 1426 and 1448, this Gothic-style Llotja, or medieval commercial market, represents a high point in Catalan architecture. Inside, you’ll find numerous sculptures still intact, including an arch in each corner decorated with an image of one of the evangelists. As you stroll, imagine yourself in a stock exchange from centuries past. If you arrive after closing, take a look around the building’s interesting exterior regardless. Note that there are many pleasant restaurants in the nearby area for a snack or meal after your visit. With our international travel planner, Palma de Mallorca attractions like Llotja can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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Sympa ce bâtiment posé là mais entièrement vide. C'est gratuit et ça permet de faire une halte sur le cheminNice this building laid there but entirely empty. It's free, and it allows to stop on the wayshow original
Ce très joli bâtiment, ancienne loge de la guilde des marchants est ouvert selon une large amplitude, et je vous conseille vivement de le visiter aussi bien de jour que de nuit. La visite est gratuite... read more »This beautiful building, old Lodge of the merchants Guild is open according to a wide range, and I urge you to visit both day and night. The visit is free and fast since it is a single large "room" with Palm columns. Architecturally very interesting.show original
We waren wel verrast als we binnen gingen en hadden een kerk verwacht maar kwamen in een open ruimte waar normaal tentoonstellingen zijn maar deze keer niet enkel pilaren en een binnentuin , wel speci... read more »We were surprised when we went inside and had a church expected but came in a open space where normal exhibitions are but this time not only pillars and a courtyard garden, very special and free.show original
Called in here briefly on a Saturday night. A lovely, traditional bar/café in a lively part of the old town, with a great range of tapas served by friendly staff. Wish we could have stayed longer!
Overrated! Nothing great on the menu, stale and dry bread on the side. Overpriced tapas for average quality.
Love the interior. Matched by the lovely beer and tapas. Definitely not to be missed. Go inside is my suggestion.
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