The National Tourist Office is in Palma at Plaça Reina 2 (tel. 97-171-22-16). It's open Monday to Friday 9am to 8pm, and Saturday 9am to 2pm.
In Palma, you can get around the Old Town and the Paseo on foot. Otherwise, you can make limited use of taxis, or take one of the buses that cut across the city. Out on the island, you'll have to depend mainly on buses or rented cars.
The U.S. Consulate, Edificio Reina Constanza, Porto Pi, B, 9D (tel. 97-140-37-07), is open from 10:30am to 1:30pm Monday to Friday. The British Consulate, Plaça Mayor 3D (tel. 97-171-24-45), is open from 9am to 2pm Monday to Friday.
In case of an emergency, dial tel. 112. If you fall ill, head to Clínica Rotger, Calle Santiago Rusiñol 9 (tel. 97-171-66-00), or Clínica Juaneda, Calle Son Espanyolet 55 (tel. 97-173-16-47). Both clinics are open 24 hours.
For Internet access, go to Babaloo, Calle Verja 2 (tel. 97-195-77-25; www.babaloointernet.com), just off Calle Sant Magi. It charges 2€ per hour and is open Monday to Saturday 10am to 10pm and Sunday 3 to 10pm.
Majorca observes the same holidays as the rest of Spain but also celebrates June 29, the Feast of St. Peter, the patron saint of all fishers.
The central post office is at Constitución 6 (tel. 97-172-70-54 or 90-219-71-97). Hours are Monday to Friday 8:30am to 8:30pm, and Saturday 9:30am to 2pm.
Where to Get Those Phone Cards -- Local newsstands and tobacco shops sell phone cards valued between 3€ and 15€. They can be used in any public telephone booth, and they allow you to make both domestic and international calls.
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.