It is a city where life is done on the street and tradition and avant-garden coexist in perfect harmony.
Walk along Alfonso X street, Santo Domingo Square, the Romea Theater, Plateria and Traperia streets until you reach the Cardenal Belluga Square, where you will find some of the main symbols of the city such as the Real Casino, with its elegant ballroom of dance style Luis XV, the Cathedral of Santa Maria, with its differents Renaissance, Gothic and Baroque styles, the Episcopal Palace or the Moneo Building.
The cultural offer in the city is very wide and one of the most significant is the Salzillo Museum, where you can find the most complete collection of the Baroque sculptor, Francisco Salzillo. To emphasize his neapolitan nativity scene with 556 pieces and religious sculptures that procession in Holy Week. Other important museums are Santa Clara la Real and the Regional Archaeological, as well as the exhibition galleries that are all around the city.
Among its festivals, the spring party with the Bando de la Huerta and the Burial of the Sardine are quite important, declared of International Tourist Interest.
Murcia is a city to walk through its squares, sit on the terraces and enjoy the good weather and its typical tapas such as marineras, caballitos and its famous meat pies and paparajotes.