Things to see in Murcia
The most popular place to see in Murcia is Cardinal Beluga Square. We would recommend starting the tour from. The main attraction of Murcia is the Blessed Virgin Mary Cathedral. It was completed for 300 years, proving that the murcians lead a measured lifestyle and are in no hurry. Our advice is to look at the building from different angles because it was built in the Baroque era and combines 3 styles: Renaissance, Neoclassicism, and Gothic.
The doors are open to visitors every day: Monday-Friday 7:00 -13:00 and 17:00-20:00; Saturday-Sunday until 21:00, with a break for Siesta.
The well - known Segura Sardine is a bronze fountain with references to the holiday of the same name, which will also be insight. Opposite the stone crossing is the steel viaduct of the Passarela de Manterola - a pedestrian crossing that connected the two banks.
Sightseeing tour of Murcia will take you about 3-4 hours, but do not rush back. Just 7 km from the urbanization on the top of the mountain is erected the fortress, Castillo Monteagudo, its crown was a fourteen-meter statue of Jesus Christ Murcia (Corazon de Jesus). To visit the inner courtyards of the castle, keep to the left and use the signs on the way to the hill.
Address for Navigator: Plaza Iglesia 2. On your own: bus number 36, stop: Cuartel.