Loved this great little tram great village lots of small bars & shops Saturday was market day loved it 💟
About Ferrocarril de Soller
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It was a great experience. Lovely vintage train passing through the mountain pass of Serra de Tramuntana on a blue sky day offering breathtaking views. It's all well organised, there are limited tickets available so it doesn't get too crowded. The carriages has viewing platforms...More
We did the train ride after doing the Palma 10k and half marathon. What a perfect way to relax. We booked the train and tram ride. It was a lovely journey once you get out of the built up area. The trains are in lovely...More
To be fair I was unfortunate enough to travel on an extremely rainy day. But still I wouldn't particularly recommend it. Even for train enthusiasts - it's a tram really. Much of the journey is through tunnels. Oooh n another thing......suggest you take a cushion....More
This is a good day out with plenty of scenic views along the way. Once you get to Soller you can continue your journey on the tram to Port Soller. Can get very busy so best to book early as the return trains in particular...More
A good way to get out of Palma and see a bit of the island without hiring a car or tackling the local bus network. A lovely train ride, stunning views and train immaculately maintained.
The Train ride from Soller was Awesome. The views are amazing, so much to see. You can go out between the cars and take some great pictures. Lots of history to hear about on the ride. Any age could ride the train.
This train ride is something we've wanted to do for quite a while and this trip we managed it! It's an amazing ride on a quaint old wooden carriaged train through spectacular country and the views are stunning. Maybe a little expensive but well worth...More
An experience not to be missed. From the start at the interesting old station, watching the historic wooden train pull into the station, getting aboard and sitting on the wooden seats in a lovely old carriage. The journey through the outskirts of Palma is interesting...More