What to see and do in Murcia

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  7. Nights out in Murcia
  8. Transport in Murcia
  9. What to see and do in Murcia
  10. Trips and days out in Murcia
  11. Parties and festivals in Murcia
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  13. Visiting Murcia for 2 days

Places you don't want to miss out on Murcia

If you go to Murcia, you can't leave without seeing the most characteristic parts of the city. They are places that are filled with history, so if that's what interests you and you want to know whats hidden behind the walls of the most significant buildings in Murcia, make sure you don't miss out, because you're sure to want to know more and more as time goes by. Don't miss even one!

  • Catedral de Murcia (Murcia Cathedral)

The Cathedral is located right in the heart of the city, directly in the Plaza del Cardenal Belluga, alongside the river Segura. As you can see as soon as you look at it, it is the most emblematic building by far in Murcia, and it is also a clear and magnificent example of Spanish Gothic architecture. But it doesn't stop there, as construction began all the way back in the 14th century and didn't finish until two centuries later in the 16th century, the original sketch of the Cathedral underwent some changes. Because of this delay, you can see an amalgam of styles in the architectural design of the Cathedral, so not only will you see gothic style features, but you will also see renaissance, baroque and neoclassic style designs too.

It's a true diamond in the rough, in fact I can assure you that you won't find anything like it no matter how far you look. The most eye-catching part of it is the front, as they've played a lot with the curves and the overhangs in a way that creates a unique effect of light and shade that gives life to the elements that they make up. So don't hesitate, get close and don't miss any details, i assure that every time you see it, you will find something that you didn't notice before.

When you've finished appreciating the front of the building, don't forget to go inside and admire the architectural wonders and works of art found in the cathedral museum, which is located in the old cloister.

  • Teatro Romea

The famous Teatro Romea is the most important theatre in the whole region; it is even famous on a national level. You will find it in the centre of Murcia, in Julián Romea square, next to Santo Domingo square. To this day, it is officially considered an Asset of Cultural Interest after having undergone several reforms since it was built back in the 19th century, two of which took place following fires that were caused there. Since then, the Teatro Romea has allowed us to enjoy many great theatre works, concerts, zarzuelas, flamenco shows and loads more.

As well as being important for the huge variety of shows that take place there, the theatre also stands out for its wonderful combination of neoclassical and modernist features.

Legend has it that when expropriating the land from the Santo Domingo Convent for the construction of the theater, one of the monks of the convent threw a curse on the theater, sentencing it to three fires: in the first there would be no victims; in the second there would be a mortal victim; and, finally, in the third one the theatre would be the full and therefore all of the guests would die. The interesting thing about this story, is that up until now, the two first predictions have been true. Therefore, the usher in charge always leaves one ticket unsold so that the theatre is never full and they can avoid a big tragedy. Strange, no?

  • Real Casino de Murcia

Really close by to the Murcia Cathedral, on calle Trapería, you will find the doors through which you can make your way to the great Real Casino de Murcia, more commonly known as Casino de Murcia. This building is another of the big, symbolic buildings in both the city and region of Murcia. In the 20th century, it was declared a historic-artistic building due to the beauty that its amalgamation of architectural styles gives off and, for this reason, it is considered a monument of cultural interest.

Its unique façade fits in perfectly with the contrast that you will find when you go from the neo-baroque lobby to the Arab courtyard, which is decorated and built in the purest neo-Nazari style. As well as these parts of the casino, you can also visit the Real Casino library; it will leave you speechless when you see the impressive wooden tribune that reigns in the room. In the rest of the rooms, such as the ballroom and the gallery, you will find the most exquisite pieces of art hanging on the walls.

You can go and visit it any day of the week, as its open to the public between 10:30 and 19:00 every day from Monday to Sunday. If you have any questions or want to find out more, call 968215399.

  • Plaza de Toros

The Plaza de Toros in La Condomina, is located in the center of Murcia, more specifically, in Ronda de Garay (very close to the Facultad de Letras of the University of Murcia). In addition to being a big part of the Spanish bullfighting tradition, this bullring also welcomes national and international artists year after year and acts as a concert venue.

When it was built, it was the biggest bullring on all of spain; but now, thanks to its colloseum-type shape, it's also an amazing place to host concerts. So if you're more into music than you are bulls, then this is the place for you. But it doesn't stop there, because aside from concerts, there is also a nightclub called Sala Musik which opens until late; it's the perfect place to go when the tascas close as it's open until late.

  • Teatro Circo

Teatro Circo is found in the centre of Murcia, next to the University de La Merced and it has been open since the end of the 19th century. Since then, its doors have been open to all those who love the theatre, as a place where they can go to fully enjoy this art form.

Year after year, it hosts some of the best theatre actors there has ever been, as well as to start-up actors and theatre companies who are trying to get a foot into the world of theatre.

If you're looking for something to do during your stay in Murcia, don't hesitate to look up the schedule for the Teatro Circo, you won't be disappointed.

  • Terra Natura

Terra Natura is the only zoo that you will find in Murcia. Once inside, you can explore the entire zoo and meet the most acclaimed animal species on the planet. You can walk amongst the lions and leopards, or go and greet the friendly giraffes that will welcome you to the park.

There is also a really fun water park there which is perfect for the hottest summer days. Take a leap of faith and throw yourself straight down the steepest slides in the Aqua Natura park!

If you decide to go, there is a tram stop called Los Rectores de Terra Natura which takes you straight there. And don't worry about how much it costs, there are separate tickets for each park that cost less than €20, but if you don't want to miss a thing, a ticket for access to both costs only €25 before discount. However sometimes, you will see people giving out leaflets in the city centre or inside buildings, that contain quite considerable discounts. Don't think twice!

Charming places in Murcia

  • Salt lakes and sandbanks of San Pedro del Pintar

Salinas y Arenales de San Pedro del Pinatar is nothing more than a Regional Park. In this protected park, which is found as its name states in San Pedro del Pinatar, there are numerous species of aquatic birds that are worth going to see.

Come and take a walk through the paths of the park, where you will find different information boards that will help you to discover and get to know all of the different flower and faun species that live there in depth. The paths will also lead you to different observatories from which you will be able to see the friendly birds that live there with large sand banks in the background. These salt mountains, next to the exotic species and the traditional activities that take place in their surroundings, are the main attractions at this natural park,

  • Cañón de los Almadenes

The Cañón de Almadenes stretches throughout the municipality of Cieza and that of Calasparra, monopolizing the upper section of the river Segura, and it is home to a large number of animal species that you will love to go and see. You will be able to spot otters in their natural habitat, and a large amount of different frog and toad species.

You can get there easily by car and then walk the rest of the way from the car park; that's the best way to get there anyway as you can breathe in the fresh air of nature and see the magnificent countryside first hand from this huge canyon.

If you like adventures, don't hesitate to have a look at the activities that are available to book at the Calasparra Tourism Office. Sign up now and head down the river in inflatable boats or kayak to the La Mulata dam and visit the cave paintings in the cave of the Monigotes. Just don't forget your binoculars!

  • Salto del Usero

You won't find anything like this place for miles around, it has a unique and special charm that you won't understand until you've seen it for yourself.

El Salto del Usero is found in Bullas, which is half an hour away from Murcia by car. If you don't have a car though, don't worry as you can still get there. In fact there are buses that take you to Bullas; once you're there, all you have to do is ask and someone will kindly let you know how to get to El Salto del Usero.

Entry is free if you walk there, but if you go by car with a few friends or alone and you want to park near by, you will have to pay €6 for the car park; they do it to avoid a big build-up of cars which therefore helps to protect the environment.

It's one of the most beautiful places that you will find in the whole of Murcia. Also, if you go in the summertime, you can cool off and bathe in the river Mula, but that's when most people tend to go so it looks really busy and full. As it's a rocky area, there aren't many places to leave your things; there is however a lot of water, but it's so cold that only the brave dare to go in further than their ankles. Equally, you can go in the winter time and enjoy the peace a tranquility that flows throughout El Salto del Usero, but I wouldn't advise you to get in the water unless you can cope with the cold temperatures.

Here's two tips for you: do not go with flip flops because it's likely that you will fall on the rocks or slip on the moss, it's better go with booties; do not jump suddenly for two reasons, one being because the water is really cold (let's not forget that it is a river, not a beach) and the second being because you don't know how deep it is.

For the well-being of everyone and of the environment, respect the rules that are in the pamphlet given to you upon your arrival. It's a very natural setting, which means that we all have a responsibility to look after it and not do anything to pollute or damage the surroundings there.

  • Barrancos de Gebas

You will be left speechless by the amazing scenery that can be seen from the Barranco de Gebas. It is made up of rocky wastelands, so a group of cliffs, canyons and other rock forms that allow you to see views that will leave you without words.

It's located between the municipalities of Alhama de Murcia and Librilla, and the fauna that reigns there is mainly filled with little rodents and small mammals that give life to the place. It's a protected area, so if you like nature and you have wondered before what the scenery on the moon must look like, then this place gives you an example of how it could be. Thanks to its geological formation and its desert-like appearance, you will believe that you're on the moon without even having left the region.

  • Parque natural de Calblanque

The Calblanque Regional Park is a protected park in which, as well as finding the most amazing indigenous flora and fauna, you will also be able to take advantage of an almost untouched beach which will leave you speechless. The park is kept nearly fully intact thanks to the controlled access that takes place there; this is so that they can avoid an overflow of people and therefore of rubbish that is left behind. For this same reason, cars aren't allowed in the area during the summer months; but this doesn't mean that you can't go there, in fact if you go by bike or walking, you will have free access, and if not, you can get the bus that goes from the authorised car park all the way to the beach as part of the fight for the conservation of the environment.

The bus prices to get to Calblanque aren't expensive at all, it's definitely worth it:

Price Standard ticket Return ticket
Standard €2 €3
Discounted €1 €1.50
Pass - €20 (10 return tickets)

The bus takes a route that passes by all the different beaches that are on the way to Calblanque, so take note if you want to discover new hidden places. Release your inner explorer!

  • Sierra Espuña

In Murcia, there aren't many green areas due to the climate and the lack of rain there. But because of this, Sierra Espuña is the green area of this particular region. This mountain range, which forms part of the Bética mountain range in the Iberian Peninsula, is the greenest area and is home to more trees than any other area in the region.

In this place, you will find several activities to sign up to and numerous places to go and visit, so it's better to go with lots of time, because you won't want to leave without having done everything there is to do.

If you like action and you want to get the most out of the surroundings that Sierra Espuña offers, then get your hiking boots out and go hiking on the trails there. Get your pick and harness out and prepare to explore the best climbing places in the region. Take your camera, because you will need it for the archaeological route that this little corner of the planet has to offer. And last but not least, gather all the courage that you need and take yourself paragliding to experience some of the most unique views! If you dare, do it in the evening, you will never forget an experience like this one.

  • Parque Regional Carrascoy y El Valle

This regional park stretches throughout more than 17,000 hectares, taking up a huge part of Murcia, Alhama de Murcia and of Fuente Álamo.

So that you don't miss out on anything, pop to the Visitors Centre at El Valle to get a map and find out more about the different itineraries. Enjoy the countryside and the good weather that the region has to offer by having an outdoor picnic and one of the authorised zones, or if you prefer, take a seat on one of the terraces of the bars and restaurants there. However if you go in summer, don't forget to take lots of water with you and a hat too!

Museums and galleries in Murcia


  • Cathedral Museum

The Murcia Cathedral Museum is located in the cathedral's old Gothic-style cloister and is home to many works of art. Among all these works, you will be able to see pictures and paintings by internationally recognised artists, such as Bernabé de Módena, and also sculptures by one of the most famous artists in the Region of Murcia, Francisco Salzillo. All of these pieces of art are in perfect condition, some have even been there since the 14th century.

It opens Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 until 17:00; Sundays and Bank holidays, it opens from 10:00 until 13:00. Museum ticket to visit is really affordable, but there are also reduced prices for students, pensioners, disabled people and people who are unemployed. A standard ticket costs €3, the reduced price is €2 and the kids price (age 4 to 6) is €1.

Also, there is the option to have a guided tour, in which the price increases a little, but it is still affordable. If you're wanting one of these guided visits, the best thing to do would be to call in advance and book it, as there is limited space available; call 968 21 97 13. In terms of prices, the standard ticket price is €5; the reduced price is €4; if you want a personal guided visit of the museum, it would cost you €6.

  • Museo Salzillo

This museum is specifically dedicated to the famous Murcian artist, Francisco Salzillo. It is just at the side of the Murcia bus station, in the San Andrés neighbourhood.

Once there, you can take a look at the great works this painter has done, known throughout the region for his baroque style work, which is mainly focused on religious themes.

  • Museo de Santa Clara

The Santa Clara museum is found in the north of the Santa Clara monastery, which is built above the former Islamic-Mudejar palace of Ibn Hud. In this museum you can see (for free) how the different architectural styles that developed throughout the 13th, 15th and 18th centuries converge in total harmony. In it, you will be able to analyse the different examples of Islamic architecture from the 13th century, along with exhibitions of jewels, relics, and specimens of sacred art, which represent the medieval and modern Christian section of the Monastery of Santa Clara.

This museum closes every Monday and then December 25, January 1, the days of the Bando de la Huerta and the Burial of the Sardine. The rest of the year, it's open. In the winter (from September to June), the museum is open Monday to Saturday from 10:00 to 13:00 in the morning and then from 16:00 to 18:30 in the afternoon; on Sundays however, it's only open in the morning. On the other hand, in summer (July to August), it opens from Tuesday to Sunday in the morning hours.

  • Museo Arqueológico

The Museo Arqueológico de Murcia (MAM) is located on the Avenida de Alfonso X El Sabio and actually has 16 rooms in which you will find different items that have been found at various dig sites throughout the region.

When it comes to the opening hours, the winter schedule is Tuesday to Friday from 10:00-14:00 and then from 17:00-20:00, Saturdays from 11:00-14:00 and then Sundays and Holiday days from 11:00-14:00. The summer timetable varies a little and opens Monday to Friday between 10:00 and 14:00, and then Saturdays, Sundays and Holiday days between 11:00 and 14:00. There are certain set days on which the museum stays closed, and they are: every Monday, the 25th of December, the 1st of January, Good Friday, Bando de la Huerta day and the day of The Burial of the Sardine.

  • The Museum of Fine Arts

The Museo de Bellas Artes in Murcia, also known as MUBAM, is an eclectic style museum found right in the heart of the city, really close by to the Universidad de La Merced and the Murcia Plaza de Toros, that has free entry. It is made up of two Pabellones (pavillions): in the Pabellón Cerdán you will find the permanent exhibition, which consists of pieces of art that are dated between the 19th century and the 20th century; in the Pabellón Contraste you will be able to see the temporary exhibitions that are planned beforehand.

The opening hours for this museum, are Tuesday to Friday from 10:00 until 14:00 and then from 17:00 until 20:00. On Saturdays it opens 11:00-14:00 and then 17:00-20:00, and on Sundays and Holiday days from 11:00-14:00. And in the summertime (July and August), the museum is open on all the same days but from 10:00 until 14:00. On Christmas Eve and New Years, it opens from 11:00-14:00.

  • Museo de Moros y Cristianos

As the Fiesta de Moros y Cristianos, that is celebrated in Murcia during September, is one of the most anticipated events of the year and one of the most famous in the city, this museum was created to try to bring the history and origin of the tradition closer to all those who are interested. In this museum, they have the costumes of the kabyles and the armed officers that parade during the festivities on show, as well as all of the posters that have been created throughout its 30 years of existence.

Entry is completely free and it opens Monday to Friday from 9:30 until 13:30.

  • Centro Párraga

The Párraga Center is located in Pavilion number 6 of the Cuartel de Artillería, which is in the south of Murcia, in the Barrio del Carmen. This center is specifically for the exhibition and showing of Contemporary art and Dramatic arts. Its facilities are made in a way that it can host any type of performing arts, be it an exhibition, a show, a course, seminars, workshops and even concerts.

In this center, lots of temporary performances take place in which the public can also participate, so if you like the world of performing arts, keep an eye on the programming of the Párraga Center and go with a very open mind, you will be surprised! For more information and to keep up to date with the program there, head to the web page.

  • Sala Verónicas

This room is located on Calle Verónicas and is designed to bring contemporary culture and art closer to citizens who walk by. It is located in the old Convent of Verónicas, which is a baroque building that was built in the 18th century. It was made to share works of art by both regional and international artists with the world, in order to expand the frontiers of contemporary art.


If you're an art lover or if you simply enjoy going to look for tiny, special little corners of the Earth that take you to another world, you have to go and visit the Murcia galleries. Once there, you will find both permanent and temporary exhibitions by contemporary artists who have managed to work their way into the world of art. These galleries make up a really important part of both the culture and the artistic community of the region. You can enjoy art for free, find out more information, and even get advice on the best things to do in the area.

Take a look at amazing paintings and sculptures that are kept in these galleries, and attend performances that are organised by our artists; maybe you just want to take a look, or maybe you want to join in too. Whatever you choose to do, you are sure to love it! Every single one of the experiences that you have in this place are both unique and impossible to repeat.

Below, you will find some of the best art galleries in all of Murcia, where you will find both pieces of art, and the most interesting artists,

  • Artnueve

Artnueve is a contemporary art gallery that is located next to the Centrofama cinemas, on Teniente General Gutiérrez Mellado street, number 9.

  • Espacio Transversal de Arte

This gallery is linked to T20 and is designed and organized for those who want to discover something new and see the world from another perspective, aiming to bring creativity into the lives of some of the most curious people out there. It is located at number 9, Calle Gutiérrez Mellado, nect to the Centrofama cinemas.

  • T20

The T20 gallery mainly focusses on contemporary art which you will see if you go to any of the many exhibitions that take place there, to the art fairs, or to the international projects that they host. This gallery is in the Santa Eulalia neighbourhood, right in the city center at number 2, Calle Victorio.

  • Galería Léucade

At the Galería Léucade, you will come across everything you could possibly imagine, paintings, sculptures, photography, video art, graffiti, classes, recitals, dances, theatre, cinema, reading clubs and loads more. It's in the city center also, but this one is in the San Lorenzo neighbourhood, more specifically, at number 8 Calle Jacobo de las Leyes.

  • Two Art Gallery

This contemporary art gallery is different to the rest, as it mainly focusses on the latest figurative vanguards. You can find it, at number 7 Calle Acisclo Días, next the the Jardín de la Seda.

  • Espacio Incógnita

In this space, you will find everything from the most contemporary exhibitions, to the most radical performances. It is a property that is open to the general public, where events and exhibitions take place. They are always active on their social media sites, so to find out what's going on, you simply have to search for them to get the latest update. It is found on Calle Siervas de Jesús.

Churches and Basilicas in Murcia

  • Monasterio de Santa Clara la Real

The Santa Clara la Real Monastery was founded based on the old 13th century Muslim Alcázar, a palace in which the last Muslim king of Murcia lived. There are people called the "clarisas" who live in this monastery, which is the name for the nuns who belong to the Orden de las Hermanas Pobres de Santa Clara.

It is famous for its combination of architectural styles that coexist in its walls, as it is home to features of the Islamic, Gothic and Baroque styles. Also, if you're curious and you would like to know more about its history and its architecture, you will find the Santa Clara Museum inside.

You will be captivated by the charm and beauty of this house of the clarisas, be sure not to miss it!

  • Santuario de Nuestra Señora de la Fuensanta

The Virgen de la Fuensanta is the patron saint of the city of Murcia and, because of this, every year the most faithful of people remove her from her sanctuary on two occasions so that she is present in the city Cathedral during the Holy Week festivities as well as during the celebration of Moros y Cristianos. She is first brought out at the end of the Spring Festival and in the second time is on the day of the Virgen de la Fuensanta Pilgrimage.

This sanctuary is located in the Algezares district and it was built on top of an old medieval church in the 17th century. Its beauty is enhanced even further as it is surrounded by vegetation and there is a spring there that, they say, arose out of nowhere as a result of the appearance of the Virgen de la Fuensanta. The combination of the baroque-style walls inside the sanctuary with the nature surrounding it, will make it feel like the most amazing experience.

To get there, you will have to catch the city bus to the sanctuary stop and then walk the rest of the way following the signs. From the sanctuary, you will have the most unique views of the Huerta de Murcia, views that will leave you speechless, especially those at sunset.

Entry is completely free and you can visit from Monday to Sunday between 9am and 1pm, and then again from 4pm to 6.30pm.

  • Iglesia del Carmen

The Iglesia del Carmen is, as its name would suggest, in the Barrio del Carmen, next to the Jardin de Floridablanca. This 18th century, baroque-style church is definitely worth visiting, as it is pretty much the symbolic epicenter and reference point of the Barrio del Carmen.

The famous Cristo de la Sangre, patron of the neighborhood and a clear artistic example of the Baroque movement, are all found there.

Parks and gardens of Murcia

  • Jardín del Salitre

This park, which is commonly referred to as Parque de la Pólvora, is one of the most famous parks in the city. It is found really close by to the Corte Inglés and the Jardín de la Seda, making it right in the center of Murcia.

Go and discover the beauty of the nature and fresh air that there is in this park. All you have to so is lose yourself in its winding paths and you will see species of plants that you could never imagine finding there, such as types of of plane trees, acacia from Japan, hackberry and bitter orange trees. But the charm of this beautiful garden doesn't stop there, because as well as beautiful flowers, it is also home to a huge range of birds too.

  • Jardín de Floridablanca

Walking through the Barrio del Carmen you will come across the most charming areas. Imagine it's a hot summer day and you don't know where to go because you can't seem to find any shade to cool off under in the street. If you go to this park, all your problems will be solved. The Jardín de Floridablanca, found in the heart of El Carmen, is on the main street of the neighbourhood and is just in front of the Iglesia del Carmen; you can't miss it. Its history goes years back, as can be seen in the shaded trees that conquer the gardens. These trees are century-old ficus that have been there since before the oldest people in the neighborhood were born, so they have a lot of stories to tell. Not only do they protect us from the sun, but they also give refuge to many animals and make up a part of the huge range of plants and flowers that run throughout the garden.

It's the ideal place to go and spent the morning whilst eating churros that you can buy from the churrería next to the park, or to spend the afternoon enjoying the breeze that runs through it when the sun is hidden behind the clouds.

  • Jardín de la Fama

The Jardín de la Fama is the ideal place to go and get some fresh air on sunny days, especially between classes, as it is just next to the Campus de la Merced at the University of Murcia. As it is right in the center, there is always a good atmosphere there.

If you like animals or you have a four-legged friend who you want to take to play with other dogs, go to see this garden; they have a dog park with obstacle courses which are perfect for your dog to have some fun and play in a group.

This same park is the main meet-up point for the students of the city to go out, drink and have fun like never before during the Fiestas de Primavera. On one specific day, Bando de la Huerta day, all of the streets in the center overflow with people drinking, eating, dancing and singing, but especially in the Jardín de la Fama, you can't squeeze anyone or anything else in.

  • Parque de Isaac Peral (Parque de las Tres Copas)

In this park you will have more than enough space to come and relax, either sunbathing, walking, or doing sports due to the huge amount of space available there. Nobody will bother you because there is enough park for everyone, so if you need to go out to clear your head and reconnect with your inner-self, this is the place for you.

It is found in the Barrio de La Flota and it is known as the Parque de las Tres Copas (the three cups/glasses park) because of the three sculptures of drinking glasses that are found in the center.

  • Jardín del Malecón

The Jardín del Malecón is located at the top of the bank of the Segura river, next to the Official School of Languages of Murcia and next to the University School of Tourism. These gardens make up one of the green areas of the city, as there are many different species of tree to be found there, and each is labelled with a respective descriptive placard.

You will see how important the role played by the Malecón is for the citizens of the city, as no matter what time it is or what day it is, people will always find an excuse to go there. In fact, there is a craft market that is permanently next to the Jardín del Malecón also, and it never hurts to stop by and take a look whilst you're there.

Year after year, this garden celebrates different events, such as for example the Feria de Moros y Cristianos, in which different kábilas and armed guards march through for the enjoyment of everybody there.

Also, this garden is great for walking in, as its sides are dedicated solely and exclusively to the planting of these botanical species, thus giving a most welcoming aspect for those who want to come for a walk or for their daily jog.

  • Parque de Fofó

The Fofó Park, located on Avenida de Juan Carlos I, is famous for the family of ducks that lives in its waters and for the Auditorium, which is named after the park.

Here you will find nature that is more alive than ever thanks to the spaces set up specifically for the fauna that inhabit it, and you will also be able to enjoy the concerts and performances that are held in the auditorium there, for which the capacity amounts to no less than 3,500 spectators.

  • Jardín de la Seda

The Jardín de la Seda, just like the Parque de Fofó, has a central auditorium where those who live nearby gather to enjoy the fresh air on sunny days, or where they organise concerts and events on special days of the year.

The greenery of its gardens and the freshness of its waters make the Jardín de la Seda an oasis in the heart of Murcia. If you're overwhelmed by the hustle and bustle of city life, this park is perfect for you to go and escape. Go and take a siesta there, go for a walk, or simply spend a bit of time on the swings there or on the sports facilities. It is found on Calle San Antón, so you can get there no problem from wherever you are.

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