There is a lot to see in Murcia. We suggest some of the capital's must-see places that you can't miss.
The city of Murcia is an ideal destination for a weekend getaway. We tell you what to see to make your next visit to Murcia unforgettable.
The Cathedral of Murcia
The most emblematic building in Murcia and one of the best examples of Baroque style in Spain is the Cathedral of Santa Maria, located in the Cardenal Belluga Square.
The Royal Casino of Murcia
A wonderful building in the heart of Trapería, in which, behind a splendid facade, you enter into a building full of art and architecture of exquisite taste.
Sanctuary of La Fuensanta
From the sanctuary you can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the city and the orchard. Inside it you can find an image of the patron saint of the city.
In it you can observe all the work of the great Baroque sculptor from Murcia in the Salzillo Museum located in the beautiful Church of Our Father Jesus (Iglesia de Nuestro Padre Jesús).
The Plaza de las Flores
A must-see and charming place, one of the most beautiful squares in Murcia to try delicious tapas.
Museum of Santa Clara
From the museum you can admire the 13th century Arab pool, an oasis of peace and tranquility in the middle of the city.
The Veronicas Market
The best market in Murcia to enjoy the best products from the garden and the sea. Besides, you can have a drink in its bars.
One of the most beautiful theaters in Spain, located in the heart of Julian Romea Square, another charming must-see place.
A unique palace that transported you to Italian art. Located in the Cathedral Square you can admire it from any terrace. At night, it has spectacular lighting.
It is located in an impressive rocky point that rises 149 m above sea level and crowned by the statue of the Sacred Heart (Sagrado Corazón) of 14 m. It’s an icon of Murcia.
MALECON WALK AND GARDENS
An emblematic 18th century promenade of 1.5 km that runs along the river through gardens and monuments into the orchard of Murcia.
Old Bridge or Bridge of Dangers
The Bridge of the Hazards, also called the Bridge of Dangers is a symbol of the city. Built in the eighteenth century, it is the oldest bridge and joins the Carmen neighborhood with the historic center.
Streets of Trapería and Platería
Trapería and Platería streets are two of the most famous and historic streets in the capital, located very close to the Cathedral.
This garden, located in the Glorieta de España, opposite the Casa Consistorial, is one of the most bustling and prominent urban spaces in Murcia.
The Floridablanca Garden is one of the most beautiful public gardens in the city of Murcia