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  • Bocados Keki - A lot more that a tapas bar

    Creative cooking in Murcia. Enjoy delicious tapas with a refreshing glass of beer in your hand. A great selection of cheeses and some of the best "croquetas" in the city center.

  • La Merced

    Source One of the campuses of the University of Murcia is located right in the middle of the capital of the Region of Murcia. It is known as "La Merced" campus, and it can be found a few metres away from the historic town centre of the region. Its location allows the...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Murcia, 10 months ago
  • Noria de la Ñora

    Close to the city of Murcia, in the district of La Ñora, you will find one of the most valuable symbols of both the region and the Huerta de Murcia, the Noria de la Ñora. The water wheel serves to hoist the water and irrigate the land. It is still in operation,...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Murcia, one year ago
  • Wine and Food Festival

    The Wine and Food Festival hosts a range of stalls managed by Murcia's different wineries, restaurants and confectioneries which sit in Murcia's Malecón Garden during the festival in September, in honour of the Virgin Fuensanta. For just 9 euros, you get coupons which...

    0 by Lisa, in Where to eat Murcia, one year ago
  • Bocados Keki

    Every time I've been to this café, I've left feeling pretty pleased. The tapas that are prepared are delicious... don't miss out on the tune teriyaki! Tapería Keki is a really good place to go to have a tapa and a beer, and only costs 2 euros if you ask for a...

    0 by Lisa, in Where to eat Murcia, one year ago
  • Aguilas Carnival

    Aguilas carnival is an event in February that cannot be missed! For some Erasmus students, it is both a happy and sad time as some will soon be returning to their home country, while others are arriving and discovering the joys of Erasmus life. Whether you’re in the...

    0 by Lisa, in Erasmus party Murcia, one year ago
  • El Salto Del Usero

    El Salto Del Usero is a natural springs on the outskirts of a Murcian town called Bullas. You can dive there, park your car near by, or you can take a bus to Bullas. But, be prepared to walk. Walking there can be a 20 to 30 minute walk, both uphill and downhill,...

    0 by Lisa, in What to see Murcia, one year ago
  • La Terraza Verde

    Don't you think, that Murcia misses a really beautiful park where you can go as soon as the sun is shining and the weather is sunny? Well, since this happens pretty often in this area, it is weird that there are not so many green and quiet parks in the city. And to go...

    0 by Kevin, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Murcia, one year ago
  • La cathédrale de Murcie

    The main monument of touristic interest in Murcia, this cathedral is hsowing a vast number of differnt architectural styles making it unique. Indeed, its construction begun in the 14th century and ended in the 19th, the styles changed from Baroque to Gothic. Its...

    0 by Chloe, in What to see Murcia, one year ago
  • 'Ache Havana'

    'Ache Havana' is a salsa pub in the center of Murcia, close to the University. We give free salsa, merengue and bachata classes every Monday and Tuesday from 22:00h. We also have special prices in beers, mojitos, shots... for students. We hope to see you all soon!

    0 by Desi, in Erasmus party Murcia, one year ago
  • Restaurant in Los Alcázares

    Restaurant 'La Rambla' is a nice place where you can go to have lunch, to have dinner, to have a drink, etc. This restaurant adapts to any pocket: if you want to spend little money, they have good set menus with a first and second dish at the client's choice among a...

    0 by Desi, in Where to eat Murcia, one year ago
  • Alcazares: the sailing club restaurant

    Excellent decoration and service. A nice atmosphere with creative food for a reasonable price in Murcia. I recommend it! Fulgencio Lozano ( (

    0 by Desi, in Where to eat Murcia, one year ago
  • 'Continental Bistró'

    Very close to the cathedral, they have set menu with typical stews from the restaurant: paellas (rice with vegetables, rice with fish and more types). Decorated with Spanish artists' paintings, mostly Murcian ones. If you're a foreigner and you live in Murcia, this is...

    0 by Desi, in Where to eat Murcia, one year ago
  • Café 'Origen'

    This café / pub is in the centre of Murcia (in front of REX cinema). It is a modern place with charm... You can have everything from a cup of tea to a cocktail... Good music, you can feel that the person putting or playing it knows about that music. All football...

    0 by Desi, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Murcia, one year ago
  • El Rincón de los Faroles

    I have discovered a tapas bar, located next to the Merced campus, on the square with the pillars. It's on the left-hand side when you get to the square from the direction of the university entrance or from plaza Santo Domingo. The outside space does not say much about...

    0 by Daniela, in Where to eat Murcia, 2 years ago
  • La Tana

    Introduction to 'La Tana' Continuing with the theme of restaurants, I couldn't not include one of my favorites of the Region of Murcia; 'La Tana'. This seafood restaurant is located in Cabo de Palos, in the municipality of Cartagena, and within walking distance of La...

    0 by Daniela, in Where to eat Murcia, 2 years ago
  • Glorieta Square

    Introduction La Glorieta de España, otherwise known as the Glorieta or Paseo de la Glorieta, is one of the most important, famous and beautiful public squares in Murcia. It can be found in the old town, next to the Segura river, separated by a road, and, is very close...

    0 by Daniela, in What to see Murcia, 2 years ago
  • Smöoy

    Last time I spoke about places which sell sweets, chocolates, etc. And now, I'm going to talk to you about another one of my favourites; Smöoy. This frozen yogurt franchise chain was born just a few years ago from a Murcian family, and what is even more surprising is...

    0 by Daniela, in Where to eat Murcia, 2 years ago
  • Alcazares: Nautico Club restaurant

    Nautico Club and its 'Caldero' dish The Alcazares beach club is situated on the coast. It's a club which you can become a member of but it is quite expensive. If you are a member, you can use the deckchairs. However, even if you aren't a member, you should always go to...

    0 by Daniela, in Where to eat Murcia, 2 years ago
  • Café Ítaca

    The cafe 'Ítaca' is a fairly special establishment. It's situated right in the heart of Murcia and especially in the 'tascas' area; an area very much visited by the local and Erasmus students alike. There are many kinds of bars and cafes in this area but this cafe is...

    0 by Beth, in Where to eat Murcia, 2 years ago
  • Murcia's flea market

    If you are in search of old, rare, useful (or not) objects or if you're simply missing Sunday morning markets in Murcia, I recommend going near to the Paseo de Malecón at that moment in time. Basically second hand dealers have recently set up there to sell antiques....

    0 by Beth, in What to see Murcia, 2 years ago

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