Erasmus blog Murcia

  • Cabo de Palos and Calblanque Regional Park

    Cabo de Palos, home to a fishing village, is situated in Cartagena, southeast in the Murcia region. It's about 80 kilometres from the city Murcia, just before you get to la Manga del Mar Menor. It's a small village full of little bays which are well looked after, ideal...

    0 by Holly, one year ago
  • Barbecues in the open air in Murcia

    Are you in Murcia and fancy having a barbecue but you don't know where to have it without annoying your neighbours? And you want to share it with friends? Well, some friends and I found the solution. After having been to the Valle Perdido several times, which I am sure...

    0 by Olivia, one year ago
  • Murcia at Christmas

    Murcia is bright with lights, colours and events around the Christmas period. It's a normal sight to see the town hall completely lit up as well as the main representative streets of the city, and the remodelling of leisure spaces for the children, such as the ice...

    0 by Emma, one year ago
  • Region of Murcia

    How beautiful you are, Murcia! This was the slogan that we all remember from the famous televised gala from a few years ago. If you visit the Region of Murcia for the first time, you will realise that this phrase is far more than just a slogan, and you will fall in love...

    0 by Emma, one year ago
  • Going on a night out in Murcia.

    The city of Murcia is popular for being a university city where its historical centre is always full of students. If you're going to study in Murcia, don't forget to go to the "tascas", which you will find located all around the University de la Merced. The tascas are...

    0 by Emma, one year ago
  • What to see in Murcia

    Murcia is probably one of the most unknown Spanish cities, at an international level, despite being the capital of its own province. In Spain, there's also a common lack of awareness of Murcia when someone says they are going there, there are many other Spanish...

    0 by Emma, one year ago
  • Murcia: The City That Never Sleeps

    Hi everyone! One of the best things about living abroad is that it reminds you of what you like (and don't like) about your country and your town. In my case, the four months (and more) I've spent living in Bremen have served to strengthen the absolute love I profess...

    0 by Lucinda, 4 years ago
  • One month in..

    Hello my fellow Erasmus friends. In this blog I will talk about my first month in Murcia and how to combat those pre-departure fears! So... Before setting off to come to Murcia, I was excited, excited to embark on this new adventure in a country that I know and love so...

    0 by Josh , 5 years ago
  • Qualities

    I will be at UCAM studying high performance strength and conditioning. I am pretty clean and like cooking at home. Occasionally I will go out to eat. I try to live a healthy lifestyle. I am looking for roommate(s) who are pretty clean as well and non-smokers. I don't...

    0 by Angela, 5 years ago
  • 26 reasons you should never visit Murcia. Ever.

    1. Their slogan is 'No-Typical'... View of Murcia from Fuensanta 2.... but having buildings is about as typical as you can get. Murcia at night 3. I've seen more appetising things at the bottom of my toilet. Caldero Mar Menor 4. I think everywhere in the world has a...

    10 by Jake, 6 years ago
  • The most important decision of your life... booking flights

    It may seem like a trivial thing as booking flights has never been a notoriously difficult task to carry out. However, there are tiny little habits or things you might miss, and 2 weeks in you'll realise you've made some real amateur mistakes. To return, or not to...

    0 by Jake, 6 years ago
  • Please, I just want to play some football!

    You may have seen me mention this in one of my previous articles, but as I love the sport so bloody much, I thought I’d dedicate an individual piece to the cause. Due to Spain’s dominance of all things football in recent years, you would think that the ability to...

    3 by Jake, 6 years ago
  • Murcia: Erasmus experience

    Murcia bonica A few months ago I met some friends of mine in Alicante. We were drinking and enjoying a dinner. We were talking about Alicante and then about Murcia. He told me he has been to Murcia just once at the end of August. He also mentioned that Murcia is the...

    0 by Petra, 6 years ago
  • Yes, I am English and no, we can’t speak it. Why? We’re in Murcia… Spain!

    The Erasmus Year Abroad, the chance to immerse yourself into another culture, meet loads of people from all other the world, go out every night, and practice the language you are studying for your degree. Well… nearly. Being from England abroad Being a Brit abroad,...

    14 by Jake, 6 years ago
  • Murcia's Gastronomy

    With this little guide I hope to give some info to all Erasmus students, international students and travellers alike about what and how we eat here in Murcia. I've written it in a fairly simple way so it's as easy as possible to read. I hope it...

    0 by Jake, 6 years ago

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