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Ferrocarril de Soller

Placa d'Espanya, 6, 07002, Soller, Majorca, Spain
+34 971 63 01 30
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A seventeen-mile scenic train ride through the Spanish countryside between Palma and Soller.
  • Excellent52%
  • Very good33%
  • Average11%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
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“train ride” (152 reviews)
“wooden train” (91 reviews)
“long tunnel” (30 reviews)
Placa d'Espanya, 6, 07002, Soller, Majorca, Spain
+34 971 63 01 30
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Reviewed today via mobile

This early twentieth century wooden train takes you on a magical journey as it clicks and lacks through olive, orange and pine trees and tunnels through the mountains. It you go from Palma there's an amazing twist at the end! It's not cheap at €16...More

Thank L0V4DUCK
Reviewed yesterday

We took the train and tram from Palma to Puerto de Soller on a one-way trip, and then caught the No. 210 (scenic) bus route back to Palma. We paid €17pp for the train, and then €7pp for the tram down to the port. You...More

2  Thank evilpanda
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Boarded the well preserved carriages for a day in Palma. The journey of around an hour cuts through the northern hills of the island, tunnels and hillside. Great piece of engineering. Could do with more history available.

Thank RPW1948
Reviewed 4 days ago

Don't accept debit or credit cards - cash only!!! 32 euro each for a return trip from palma is a bit steep.

Thank bikeman123
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

After our 3 night stay in Palma we headed upto Soller by means of the Ferrocarril. This electric train has been running since 1912 and you can sense the history as you drag your suitcases on board. With the windows open you travel through the...More

1  Thank Tony C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This operation appears to be run very much for the benefit of the company. Surly staff herd passengers like cattle. One poor old lady burst a varicose vein whilst entering the carriage. The staff showed complete apathy. The fare is in my opinion a complete...More

Thank AuditorUk
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We travelled from Sóller to Palma and back (out on the 1050 departure from Sóller and back from Palma on the 1940 departure) and completely avoided the tourist crowds heading the opposite way. It seems that most tour groups head north and the trains we...More

Thank RealHoltyboy
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A nice little train but unfortunately filled with noisy groups of tourists that didn't pay any respect to others. Just a few spots with nice views. Soller is worth a visit but perhaps not by this train.

Thank Åsa A
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Simimar to the train to Palma it is a very old and impressive tram. It is not cheap to travel with and especially in Port de Soller you can walk faster and easier. But hey...the kids enjoyed the trip...all other doesn't matter.

Thank Rico S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

7€ per person and a fun ride up the hill. the wind gives a good chillfactor in the heat. at least ride one way - a must when you are here.

Thank SFH75x
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16 June 2017|
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Response from heleneshaw | Reviewed this property |
Yes the train stops there but the price maybe more than a return trip from Palma. Also you may not get a seat as some people found when we did our visit.
22 May 2017|
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Response from Travelbug95682 | Reviewed this property |
People come on the train/tram with strollers so this shouldn't be a problem. The trams are smaller and can be crowded. When we arrived in Soler everyone crammed onto the tram, even though the conductor kept indicating a... More
8 May 2017|
Response from AMIMER M | Reviewed this property |
It should be possible But it d be better to ask at the tickets office
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