Train and metro timetables vary depending on the day of the week. Fares depend on the journey as there are four different price zones, with single tickets ranging from 1.60€ to 4.10€ and return tickets from 3.20€ to 8.20€. Children under 4 years old travel for free.
You can purchase tickets from the ticket offices and automatic ticket machines at the stations of Palma, Inca and Manacor or from the train conductor. Conductors will have some change so you don't need the exact money but many won't accept a note larger than 20€.
Guide dogs are allowed on all trains. Most lines also allow bikes on board, please enquire before boarding the train.
Palma de Mallorca Metro
Palma has the shortest metro system in Spain, with just 16 kilometres and 15 stations divided into two lines. Metro services run from 'Estació Intermodal' in Plaça d'Espanya to Palma's northern outskirts. Trains run every 15 to 30 minutes between 06:30 and 22:00 from Monday to Friday.
Metro 1 runs from Estació Intermodal to Son Espanyol and the university campus (with service on Saturday mornings). Metro 2 runs from Estació Intermodal to Marratxí.
Mallorca island-wide trains
There are three train routes in Mallorca covering a total of 77 kilometres and 22 stops. The first train leaves Palma at around 06:00 and runs until midnight.
The main train line is T1, which runs between Palma and Inca via Marratxí, Santa María, Consell, Binissalem and Lloseta. It then branches off to the north (T2) to Sa Pobla via Llubí and Muro, or the south (T3) to Manacor via Sineu and Petra.