Train

Take the train Consorci De Mallorca at the station Inca Estació.

The journey takes approximately 28 m. Ticket price is about €2. The travel distance is 28 km.

Carrier is Consorci De Mallorca.

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Get off at the Estació Intermodal.


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Line 302 bus

Take the bus Consorci De Mallorca at the station Sant Joan de Déu.

The journey takes approximately 38 m. Ticket price is about €3. The travel distance is 31 km.

Carrier is Consorci De Mallorca.

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Get off at the Estació Intermodal.


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Taxi

Take the taxi at the Inca.

The journey takes approximately 23 m. Ticket price is about €40. The travel distance is 32 km.

Carrier is Mallorca Taxi.

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Get off at the Palma.


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Drive

In a rental car. See on this site which rental company has the best deal.

The journey takes approximately 23 m. The travel distance is 32 km.

Get off at the Palma.


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The cheapest way to travel from Inca to Palma is by taking a Train with an average price of €2. The journey takes approximately 28 m.

Taxi is the fastest way to travel from Inca to Palma. Tickets cost €40. The journey takes approximately 23 m.

Inca is approximately 32 km away from Palma. The trip by car takes 23 m.

Yes, there is a direct train from Inca to Palma . The route is served by the company Consorci De Mallorca. Tickets cost about €2. A bus trip will take 28 m.

The average journey time by car between Inca and Palma is 23 m.

What to Do in Palma

Palma

What to see and do in Palma de Mallorca, the capital of the Balearic Islands in Spain? Here are 8 things you should definitely not miss while in Palma:
1. The presidential palace La Casa de la Isla, with its beautiful gardens and impressive neoclassical facade, is a must-see.
2. The Cathedral of Santa María del Mar is one of the most beautiful churches in the Balearic Islands. It has an ornate 19th-century façade and a breathtakingly high cathedral tower.
3. The old town of Palma is full of narrow streets, charming squares, and well-preserved buildings from centuries past. Start your exploration at Plaza Nueva and make your way down Calle Mayor to Plaza Vieja for some delicious tapas. 4.