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What to do in Murcia? A city for fun.

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What to do in Murcia? A city for fun.

Murcia has always been a very close city, especially for the young people, when it came to hang out. Starting with the spring holidays, live shows, festivals… You can always find a great atmosphere at the weekends, being it in the places around the center of the city or some other places like Mariano Rojas or Atalayas.

If it is about the center of Murcia we can find the boozers, frequented by students and people in a range of ages from 18 and 27 aproximately (but not exclusively); the themes and setting is really diverse, creating a wide catalog of places to visit depending on the tastes of each individual. We have places with electronic music, pop music, rock, punk, metal… Anything you would like! This area is closet o the university of La Merced, the park of La Fama, or Santo Domingo, being easy to find and hard to get lost, which is perfect if you are new in the city and don’t know it very well.

When it is time to closet he public tends to move to the discos. You can find some of these in the center of Murcia, not having to move too far away, or you can ge ton the move and go to Mariano Rojas o Atalayas. Speaking of this, most of the weekends (if nota ll of them) there are live shows in Mariano Rojas; from theme parties, DJs, rock shows… You can satisfy your needs of live music and enjoy a great show in here.

If you are new in Murcia and want to visit some places to hang out at night or get a taste of the night life or Murcia we recommend you to visit places like Revólver, La Colmena, Íberos, Sala REM, Luminata (these two are nearby our office in Murcia in Puerta Nueva, 14), or Sala Musik.

On the other hand if you prefer more cultural alternatives Murcia has very interesting museums such as:

  • Museo Arqueológico de Murcia (free).
  • Museo de Bellas Artes de Murcia (free).
  • Conjunto Monumental de San Juan de Dios (free).
  • Museo de Santa Clara de Murcia (free).