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Discover Modernist Masterpieces in Palma’s Historic Center


The modernist movement, with its innovative forms and vibrant colors, broke away from the dominant classicism of the early 20th century. In Palma, we find stunning examples of this revolutionary style, prominently featuring the influence of the great Antoni Gaudí. His legacy in the Cathedral of Mallorca paved the way for other local architects, such as Lluís Domènech i Montaner, who designed the iconic Gran Hotel.

Join us on this exciting tour to explore the architectural gems of Palma's modernist heritage.

Suggested Itinerary:

1. Antiguo Círculo Mallorquín (Actual Parlament Illes Balears): C/ Conqueridor, nº11

2. Edificio Paraires: Bifurcación de las calles Paraires y Minyones

3. Can Roca: C/ Sant Nicolau, 18

4. Can Canals: Bifurcación de las calles Can Valero y Can Poderós

5. Can Casasayas y Forn Fondo: Plaça del Mercat, 13-14 y C/ Unió, 15

6. Gran Hotel (Uno de los edificios más importantes del modernismo en Palma, diseñado por Lluís Domènech i Montaner, que alberga hoy en día la Fundación La Caixa): Plaça Weyler, 33

7. Forn des Teatre: Plaça Weyler, 9

8. Almacenes El Águila: Plaça del Marqués del Palmer, 1

9. Can Forteza Rey: Calle Monges, 2

10. Casa de las Medias: C/ Colom, 11

11. Can Barceló: Plaça Josep Mª Quadrado, 9

12. Catedral de Mallorca, La Seu: Plaça de l’Almoina

Embark on this tour to immerse yourself in Palma's rich modernist heritage, appreciating the innovation and beauty that define this movement. Don't miss the opportunity to discover these architectural treasures and experience the living history of the city.

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