I had spent a lonely frustrating week in Palma after Christmas looking for restaurants that provide tapas and good wine for a reasonable price with a sociable atmosphere. I expensively miserably failed. Except perhaps for the Bar Bosch tapas plate. Bar Bosch, however, is not friendly or fun. Just snobby. So I was very pleased to hear about the walking tour that would guide me to better tapas. We were a small group of strangers (Austrian and English) led by a pleasant handsome German guide who showed us some waterfront cultural highlights and the latest trendy areas of Palma and, yes, indeed which restaurants serve tasty food at affordable prices. He did say in the end over a bottle of wine and pretty good, but have to say not magic tapas, in his local bar, you gotta go to Catalonia for magic tapas in Spain. Now we know. I highly recommend the tour in spite of the truth about tapas, it felt like having a local knowledgeable friend showing you how to avoid the tourist restaurants that charge too much for disappointing food that seem to be all over the old town of Palma. A super companiable group evening because we were with someone who loved the city, knew his way around and who shared his passion for the culture and the beauty of Palma. Until I did the tour, I had become very disenchanted. But the tour was an affectionate homage to the beauty of Palma and proved that there are restaurants with prices that do not sting. Thx for a great evening again and for restoring my faith in Mallorca and its people. CT p.s. The tours need a big lit-up sign at the meeting point. I had to ask 3 people where to wait. And no-one really knew.