Location:The old town of the island's capital Palma, which in Spanish is referred to as Casco Antiguo, is a quarter in which most of the city's sights are located. These include the majestic La Seu Cathedral, the Royal Palace of Almudaina and the Es Baluard Museum of Contemporary Art.
If you have some spare time, you should stroll through the medieval streets of the old town and let the flair of modernity and culture on you. The old town offers great tapas bars, restaurants for all tastes and cozy cafes and in the shopping streets, one shop joins the other.
There are plenty of Gothic churches, picturesque squares and centuries-old courtyards. Lovers of old treasures will enjoy the antiquarian bookstores, antique furniture shops and vintage vespa shop. The historic center is also home to the Passeig del Born, which joins Avenida de Jaime III, home to some of the world's most famous and luxurious designer brands.
Generally there is always something going on in the cosmopolitan and culturally rich city center. While some places in Mallorca almost completely shut down in winter, most of Palma's top restaurants, bars and galleries are open all year round.