Palma Pass was unveiled by Palma’s Councillor for Tourism, Alvaro Gijon yesterday, who explained that the new card will provide holders with access to all of the capital’s tourist attractions.
The card will be fitted with a chip and also enables holders to use public transport. Their are two types of card, one for 48 hours, which costs 38 euros and another for 72 hours which will cost 51 euros.
Gijon said that the idea behind the card is to provide visitors with a single tool with which they can easily and cheaply explore the capital’s sites.


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