The Fundación de Turismo Palma de Mallorca 365 has launched the city’s first tourism card, the Palma Pass.

Made with contactless technology, the pass gives visitors to the city free access to more than 36 different museums, monuments and cultural sights, including Palma’s iconic gothic Santa Maria Cathedral, the Bellver Castle, the Joan Miró Foundation and the Es Baluard contemporary art museum.

The card also includes up to 30% off in a variety of shops and restaurants, as well as tourist services such as guided tours and the city sightseeing bus. The pass also allows visitors to get around the city with ease by including ten free trips on city centre public buses and one return journey to and from the airport. Every pass also comes with a free city guide in six different languages and maps detailing where all the attractions are located.

The pass, which offers the equivalent of a 50% saving on attractions and activities, is available for 48 hours (€34) and 72 hours (€41) and is automatically activated the first time it is used.

It can be purchased online at and agents can receive 20% commission on sales of the pass by contacting Neoexperience and becoming a travel agent affiliate.

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