If you've got shopping in mind, you might want to keep some other things in there, as well. First off, that shopping in Palma tends to be a delightfully small-bore affair, with the majority of shops of decidedly modest size — and all the more charming for it. A corollary to that is that many of them tend to close for a chunk of the afternoon (often between 1 and 5 pm), so that during these hours the only available shopping may be at the large chain retailers such as Zara and the department store El Corte Inglés. Then in the evening these same shops will close around 9, but if you want to keep charging on, the Porto Pi mall stays open till 10. Another piece of shopping advice: best to time it for a weekday, as on Saturdays some shops don't open, and on Sundays, forget about it — most are closed.
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