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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.

  • Collados Beach

    This place is found at the end of La Manga, close to the "Puente de la Risa" (the Bridge of Laughter) in Veneziola. It's only open in summer, and as well as being open to the public, it can be reserved for weddings or other events. What makes it different? Being cut off...

    0 by Ross, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Murcia, 30 days ago
  • Foster's Club

    It is now that time I spoke about a typical Erasmus site in my city: Murcia. It is one of the best places to drink beer around here and serves as a warm up to build the party up somewhere else (be it Badulake, Music, etc. ) or simply as somewhere to enjoy quality...

    0 by Beth, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Murcia, one month ago
  • Aguilas Carnival

    Throughout the whole year and especially as the month of February approaches, the carnival of Aguilas sounds from the lips of every Spaniard. One of the best known in the region of Murcia, it's the Erasmus outing not to be missed! Adorned with our costumes bought here...

    0 by Beth, in Erasmus party Murcia, one month ago
  • Nueva Condomina

    La Nueva Condomina is a large shopping complex and the biggest and most well known shopping centre in the whole of the Region of Murcia. There also exists another only kilometres away from 'La Nueva Condomina', which is called called shopping centre Thader. However...

    0 by Beth, in What to see Murcia, 2 months ago
  • Café Andaluz- Moroccan Café

    If you fancy discovering the Moroccan ambience in Murcia, I recommend heading to the district situated behind the bus station. There, in the street just before the station and towards the back of it, you will find the Al-Andaluz café. So, next to the Salzillo museum....

    0 by Emily, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Murcia, 3 months ago
  • Tokyo Japanese restaurant

    The Tokyo restaurant is not really in the Ronda Norte. It is on the street perpendicular to the end of the Ronda Norte, towards the North (next to "La Opinión"). There you can find two Asiatic restaurants. The Tokyo and the other is closer to the Ronda Norte. The food...

    0 by Evie, in Where to eat Murcia, 3 months ago
  • Republican Bar

    The bar República is situated beside the University of Merced (beside the semi-circular baptismal plaza, the so-called left - hand side since it is in front of the principal gate to the University). It is a dark bar with large wooden tables and benches. The music is...

    0 by Mary, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Murcia, 4 months ago
  • Badulake Murcia Bar

    Badulake Bar, the students' club where the most famous international parties in Murcia take place, open from Tuesday to Saturday from 11 pm. Special offers and discounts for students. Music: Pop - R'n'B - House -------------------------------Weekly...

    0 by Mary, in Erasmus party Murcia, 4 months ago
  • American Sweet

    If you have been to America and are now missing the food, this shop is for you. It is very small, and there's almost nothing in stock, but a few of the products come directly from America. It's very expensive but hey, it's worth buying one or two things just for the...

    0 by Mary, in What to see Murcia, 5 months ago
  • 'El ahorcado feliz' - The Happy Hangman

    The Happy Hangman café (El ahorcado feliz) is a bar next to Plaza Santa Eulalia. There are a lot of cool places in this area, and I like going there at night to eat or have a few drinks. It's quite a big bar, though it doesn't look like it from the outside. Its door is...

    0 by Helen, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Murcia, 8 months ago
  • The Burial of the Sardine

    The Burial of the Sardine is celebrated in Murcia during the Spring Festival. These always take place the week after Easter Week in Spain, and the day of the burial is celebrated on the Saturday of the following week, though it has in the past been celebrated on the...

    0 by Helen, in Erasmus party Murcia, 9 months ago
  • Los Toneles

    Los Toneles is one of the best Murcian tapas bars you'll find in Murcia city. It's one of my favourite places to go out for tapas, and is usually very popular with the Erasmus students I know and who I've taken there. Among the numerous Murcian tapas they serve there...

    0 by Helen, in Where to eat Murcia, 9 months ago
  • Murcia Cathedral

    The Cathedral Church of St. Mary, better known as Murcia Cathedral. is the seat of the Diocese of Cartagena. It is situated in the heart of the Old Town in the city of Murcia. Consecrated in 1465, the cathedral suffered various damage(especially to the bell tower) and...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Murcia, 10 months ago
  • La Manga

    Introduction La Manga beach is situated on the Murcian coast, and is one of my favourite beaches, not only in Murcia but in the whole of Spain. The south of the beach belongs to Cartagena, and the north to San Javier, two different municipalities in the Region of...

    0 by Helen, in What to do Murcia, 10 months ago
  • The Shrine of Murcia's Patron Saint

    Introduction The Shrine of Our Lady of Fuensanta is one of the most important and most visited tourist and religious attractions in the region of Murcia. It is located in the Regional Park of Carrascoy and the Valley, in Algezares, dominating the Murcian plain from its...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Murcia, 11 months ago
  • Cabo de Palos

    A general overview of Cabo de Palos Cabo de Palos is located in Murcia, just next to La Manga (which I have spoken about in another post) and belongs to the municipal of Cartagena. It is a coastal town, in South East Spain and is on the Mediterranean Sea. Firstly, I...

    0 by Amy, in What to do Murcia, one year ago
  • El bando de la huerta

    El Bando de la Huerta is the most important festival of Spring in Murcia. The Spring festivals of Murcia are always celebrated the week after Semana Santa (Easter week), and el Bando de la Huerta is celebrated on the Tuesday of this week. I am going to tell you what El...

    0 by Amy, in Erasmus party Murcia, one year ago
  • San Pedro del Pinatar: Walks along the Sea, Mud Baths & Mar Menor

    If you fancy going to the beach but you (eventually) get fed up of lying on your back, I advise you go to San Pedro del Pinatar, just 50 minutes from Murcia by bus (Latbus, number 70). San Pedro has many great perks including the Mar Menor beach, cheap bars and...

    0 by Hannah, in What to see Murcia, one year ago
  • La Fuensanta

    If you fancy taking a stroll (not a hike) through the forest and mountains I would recommend going to Fuensanta. The walk can vary from two to five hours. You start at Fuensanta and you finish wherever you fancy! Personally, I like to finish generally at the El Ermita...

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

    Murcia Cathedral, which is actually called the Cathedral of St. Mary, is located in the historical centre of Murcia, on la Plaza del Cardenal Belluga. Construction began in 1394 and was finished in 1465; however they continued to refurbish it and add other important...

    0 by Hannah, in What to see Murcia, one year ago
  • Cervantes College-Spanish language School in Murcia

    Do you want to learn or improve your Spanish during your stay in Murcia? CERVANTES COLLEGE offers Spanish coursesfor all levels. Our innovative and communicative exclusive method is based in Instituto Cervantes methodology. Reduced groups with 8 students maximum. Our...

    0 by Raquel, in What to do Murcia, one year ago

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