HI GUYS WE ARE GOING THIS SATURDAY 20TH NOVEMBER TO CARTAGENA AND MURCIA WHERE WE WILL VISIT THESE TWO AMAZING CITIES, WITH ERASMUS MUNDO CARD 25€, WITHOUT ERASMUS MUNDO CARD 28€.
DEPARTURE: 7.00am (CALLE RAMON LLULL N 28)
RETURN: 22.30am (from Murcia)
When we arrive in Cartagena we will have free time to explore the city! We recommend a visit to the amazing Roman Theatre Museum, Amphitheatre, Torreciega, Byzantine Wall, Roman Colonnade, Roman Forum Quarter. Roman Colonnade, Roman Forum Quarter and we will have free time for you to enjoy a bit of the port and enjoy the city.
Cartagena is a Spanish city and municipality located on the Mediterranean Sea in the autonomous community of the Region of Murcia. The city is the seat of the Regional Assembly, the legislative body of the Autonomous Community, and the municipal capital.
Cartagena ranks 23rd in the list of the most populated municipalities in Spain, and 16th in the list of metropolitan areas in Spain.
Murcia, capital of the autonomous community of the Region of Murcia, is a Spanish city with 441,345 inhabitants.
Its origins are uncertain, but there is evidence that it was founded under the name of Madina Mursiya in 825 by the emir of al-Andalus Abderramán II, probably on the site of a much earlier settlement.
After a deep crisis in the 14th century, the city grew economically and in terms of population in the 16th century.
In the 18th century, the city enjoyed an important expansion that was reflected in the arts and town planning, to the point that we can speak of a Murcian Golden Age, with such outstanding figures as Francisco Salzillo and José Moñino, Count of Floridablanca.
At the end of the 20th century, Murcia became the capital of the new autonomous community of the Region of Murcia and experienced a great economic and demographic boom that has placed it as the seventh largest city in Spain.
hen we arrive in Murcia we recommend that you visit the area of the Cathedral and the pedestrian streets near Gran Vía, the casino and the Plaza del Cardenal Belluga where you will also find the Archbishop’s Palace and the counterpoint of the Moneo building which houses the municipal offices, Calle Trapería, The Plaza de Santo Domingo which connects with the Plaza de Julián Romea, where the theatre of the same name is located and where the Café del Arco is situated, with excellent raw material.
It is a very pleasant square where you can have tapas and also eat in one of its terraces.
Don’t forget to try the typical pastries and bakeries: Murcian rolls (sweet) and meat pie, delicious!
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