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Murcia City Breaks

A sunshine city, rich in culture

Serving up some of the tastiest tapas in Spain, captivating architecture and plenty of sunshine, it’s no wonder that holidays to Murcia City are booming in popularity. Despite growing tourism over the years, the city has held on to its rich culture. In its many galleries and museums, visitors can learn about Murcia’s history. The combination of modern buildings and traditional architecture give this city an exciting and unique landscape. Architect Rafael Moneo played a big role in shaping the city skyline with his creation of the 1990s city hall. Some points of interest that will surely catch your eye as you stroll past cafés, collages and time-worn churches include Murcia Cathedral and the Episcopal Palace of Murcia. A city drizzled in sunshine, Murcia is part of Costa Calida that every visitor ought to explore.

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Your Murcia City questions, answered

Tuck into a local favourite of paella huertana (vegetable paella), arroz y conejo (rice with rabbit) or arroz marinero (rice with seafood).
Murcia City is small enough to explore on foot but there are also buses, trams and city bike rentals.
Murcia is a year-round blue sky city. Summers are very hot and winters mild. For a good inbetween, consider visiting in spring or autumn.

Hotels in Murcia City