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Murcia tourist magazine
Murcia tourist magazine Annual tourist magazine of Murcia in PDF format. Murcia tourist magazine
Murcia tourist brochures
Murcia tourist brochures Tourist brochures of Murcia in PDF format. Murcia tourist brochures
Tourist map of Murcia
Tourist map of Murcia Download brochures and maps to plan your visit to the city of Murcia. Tourist map of Murcia
He who reads a lot and walks a lot, sees a lot and knows a lot
Murcia Magazine 2018
Murcia Magazine 2018
Welcome to Murcia. The city of sun, light and the ideal temperature – a place of eternal spring. A site of history and future, where the landscape outlines on the horizon a town of cultures that has borne witness to the most prodigious historical events.
Magazines
Murcia Magazine 2017
Murcia Magazine 2017
Murcia, a city to share Welcome to Murcia. The city of sun, light and the ideal temperature – a place of eternal spring. A site of history and future, where the landscape outlines on the horizon a town of cultures that has borne witness to the most prodigious historical events. Murcia is a municipality ranked as the seventh most populous in Spain and which offers numerous tourism opportunities due to its vast historical and cultural heritage enriched by the blending of the Arab, Jewish and Christian cultures that evolved around the River Segura, the origin of Murcia and which today gives it life.
Magazines
MURCIA MAGAZINE 2016
Murcia, a city to share Welcome to Murcia. The city of sun, light and the ideal temperature – a place of eternal spring. A site of history and future, where the landscape outlines on the horizon a town of cultures that has borne witness to the most prodigious historical events. Murcia is a municipality ranked as the seventh most populous in Spain and which offers numerous tourism opportunities due to its vast historical and cultural heritage enriched by the blending of the Arab, Jewish and Christian cultures that evolved around the River Segura, the origin of Murcia and which today gives it life.
Magazines
Tourist map of Murcia
Tourist map of Murcia
Map with the streets of Murcia and tourist attractions.
Maps
BAROQUE MURCIA
BAROQUE MURCIA
Baroque grandeur of the Cathedral façade: Murcia Cathedral is a temple of great solemnity and a variety of architectural styles, having been begun around the middle of the fourteenth century. Its tower 98 metres high, was started in 1519, and was finished in 1793.
Monuments
EL BARRIO DEL CARMEN. SHOPPING DISTRICT
EL BARRIO DEL CARMEN. SHOPPING DISTRICT
Barrio del Carmen district came into being in the 17th century, part of the initial expansion of the city of Murcia. In the second half of the 19th century, the deployment of the railway boosted the development of industry in the area, leading to commercial growth. Although trade has evolved over time in Barrio del Carmen, it has been able to maintain this tradition and indeed some of the oldest businesses in the city of Murcia can still be found in the district.
Places
Baroque Churches of Murcia
Baroque Churches of Murcia
Durante el siglo XVIII la ciudad de Murcia vivió un período de esplendor coincidiendo con una serie de circunstancias históricas favorables, que permitieron, al calor de la bonanza económica alcanzada y de una firme reorganización del obispado, la reforma o nueva edificación de iglesias y palacios urbanos, símbolos del renacer de la arquitectura.
Monuments
Murcia - Square by Square
Murcia - Square by Square
Of the Murcia of the blue minarets, palaces, gardens, public bathhouses, orchards and narrow twisting lanes, sheltered from the winds and silent, there are still corners to be found, rampart walks and nooks which make us a gift of their cool shade.
Places
Moors and Christians in Murcia
Moors and Christians in Murcia
In 1495, the Council of the city of Murcia announced the festival of Saint Patrick, declaring that “the young men shall join the procession in the habit of Moors, as was their custom”. This tells us that the tradition existed before this date, beginning perhaps with the victory of Christian troops from Murcia over the Muslims of Granada, at the Battle of Alporchones, on Saint Patrick’s Day 1452, which led to that figure being declared the patron saint of Murcia and its kingdom.
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Murcia contrasts
Murcia contrasts
Murcia, vergel, mar y desierto Murcia, acunada por aires mágicos de desierto y mar, es una tierra en la que las estampas áridas y los verdes de vergel conviven como en un cuento. Un cuento del siglo XXI donde abundan las palmeras, el clima siempre suave se mece entre sus ramas y la ciudad siempre está lista para recibir al viajero. Que gozará, que se irá queriendo volver. Palmeras que custodian la ciudad de los malos rollos e invitan al sosiego y al deleite.
Places
MURALLA DE MURCIA
MURALLA DE MURCIA
The first walls of Murcia were constructed not long after the year 825 AD, when the city was founded. This primitive enclosure, built from rammed earth, was replaced some time in the 12th century by a more solid structure made from concrete. The new wall was reinforced with towers and by a second lower defensive line, known as a ravelin, or outwork, in front of which ran a moat.
Places
MURCIA TOURIST CARD
MURCIA TOURIST CARD
MURCIA TOURIST CARD is a card that will help you to visit the main tourism and cultural attractions of Murcia easily and at a reasonable price.
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MURCIA AND ITS HISTORY
MURCIA AND ITS HISTORY
In the Bronze Age, the area around what is now Murcia was inhabited, as shown by the archaeological finds at Verdolay, Beniaján or Monteagudo. El Cabecico del Tesoro also provides evidence of the large number of people in the area. Under the Romans, the fertile ‘huerta’ farmland became established as an area of settlement and agriculture. The Martyrium in La Alberca, dating from the fourth century, and the remains of the Basilica of Algezares, from the sixth, are two monuments which indicate the presence of Christianity.
Places
THROUGH MURCIA’S PLAZAS
THROUGH MURCIA’S PLAZAS
The Murcia we see today, the Murcia of the 21st century, is the heir to a great past. T he streets, monuments, buildings, river… they all form an indelible part of the city of Murcia. And while the passage of time has left its mark, the city conserves in the hearts of its inhabitants the best possible testament to its history. In the 21st century, Murcia continues to cultivate its history and traditions far beyond those dates when we celebrate important events such as Holy Week, Corpus Christi or the pilgrimage to Fuensanta. Murcia is open every day, ready to welcome those who wish to learn more about us.
Places
The CATHEDRAL OF MURCIA
The CATHEDRAL OF MURCIA
The CATHEDRAL OF MURCIA epitomises more than 600 years of art history. Its construction, on the site of the city’s Great Mosque, began in 1394 and was concluded in 1462, the year when its vaulted roof was completed. From that date until the end of the 18th century, a number of alterations and additions were made to the structure, and the building we see today incorporates several artistic styles.
Monuments
Map of Murcia
Map of Murcia
Map of the city of Murcia
Maps
Transportation plan of Murcia
Plane schematic of Transport Lines of Murcia: Itineraries - Transbordos - Frequencies - Timetables - Information
Maps
Plane with transfer lines
Plane with tram lines and connections with other transports
Maps
Museo Salzillo
Museo Salzillo
MUSEO SALZILLO Referente cultural y artístico es, en su género, uno de los más importantes del panorama español. El más valorado y visitado de la ciudad de Murcia está dedicado a uno de los escultores señeros del barroco. Francisco Salzillo (1707-1783), hijo de napolitano y murciana, mezcló de forma magistral el colorido y realismo italianos con el profundo sentido religioso español propio del momento.
Museums
Neapolitan Nativity Scene A collection by García de Castro brothers
Neapolitan Nativity Scene A collection by García de Castro brothers
One of the most renowned Neapolitan nativity scenes in the world, the result of a search made with patience, passion and critical viewpoint of the pieces which were collected throughout many years of arduous work by Emilio and Carmelo Garcia de Castro brothers, will be exhibited at Salzillo Museum during the months of December 2013 and January 2014. The nativity scene consists of one of the most important private collections in Spain, together with some others such as the collection of Fundación March in Palma de Mallorca and of Certosa de San Martino in Naples and of the National Museum of Baviera in Munich, considered as some of the best of their kind in this artwork.
Museums
Five ways to eat your way around Murcia
Five ways to eat your way around Murcia
Enjoy five different ways to eat your way around the city of Murcia. It doesn’t matter how you do it or who you’re with; choose the Murcia that best suits your tastes and enjoy!
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