In this first VLOG we are going to join a Virtual City Tour in Palma City, a fantastic MICE destination. A visit to the city is a mandatory activity both for leisure and MICE guests as Palma is a vibrant destinatination and a very atractive option when planning an event.

As you know, Palma is the capital of the Balearic Islands and at the same time one of the most famous tourist destinations in Spain.

In this video we will walk you through the old town and most visited part of the city, exactly as your guests would do led by a local guide, discovering all the small streets and vivid squares of the town in this captivating MICE destination.

A virtual city tour in Palma City is a very accesible way of getting to feel the vibe of this destination when looking for a new location for your future event.

This is a walking city tour, but you must know that you can also chose on getting to know the city by bike, combine it with a treasure hunt activity or include local products tastings at different locations in town.

We hope to inspire you with nice ideas that can make your proposals unique and attractive for your guests and that will make you consider Palma when chosing your next event destination. After all, this is a fantastic location for events and in this video you can see only a glimpse of what it can offer.

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