The Hidden Town of Soller

One of the must-sees in Majorca is Soller, a hidden town behind and among the mountains. Google it and every website tells you the same, and I couldn’t agree more. Was so excited when Jace and I took the public bus to central, Palma town.

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Along Illetes

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Palma

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Transport Station

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There’s the old little train that takes you to Soller
Costs €17 return trip per person, it’s worth every penny

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Where the journey begins

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Impressive graffiti in the middle of nowhere

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Not impressed?

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Hot sunny weather

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The 30 minute long tunnel.
Imagine how far and deep they have to dig through the mountains

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Train track around Soller

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Església de Sant Bartomeu

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Beautiful cathedral

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Very beautiful and peaceful town to be with really cool streetwear shops

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Love the narrow streets and their iconic green Spanish windows
The Spanish takes a break in the afternoon and gets back to work in the evening
Perfect place for lazy people

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the Espanyol macaroons, slightly stiffer than London’s Ladurée

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Spectacular place to visit, must not miss!

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