Palma De Mallorca Transport
Public transport in Palma de Mallorca forms part of the Mallorca Transport Consortium (CTM) which includes buses, trains, a metro and public bicycle hire. The city's main transport hub is the Estació Intermodal station which functions as a terminal for all modes of public transport. Buses run throughout the city and are operated by EMT. Single tickets for regular buses cost between €1.50 and €3 depending on the route, and a 10-trip tourist card is available for €10. There is also a tourist bus on Line 52 which costs €4.50 for a round trip. Tickets for all modes of transport can be purchased at stations. A train line runs northeast out of the city and splits towards Sa Pobla in the north and Manacor to the east. The city's short metro line runs between Estació Intermodal and the university to the north of the city, with several stops in between. As a result of the city's Integrated Fare System (IFS), multi-journey tickets can be used across the transport system. Taxis are readily available and can be called in advance. Reputable taxis will be metered, although trips outside of the city may have a fixed price.
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