Placed between the Valencian Community, Andalucía and Castilla-La Mancha, Murcia is an arabic origins city full of contrasts: dry and irrigated lands, plain and highland regions, a coastline and inlands, vineyards and plateaus.
Among its monuments are found the Episcopal Palace (XVII Cent.), with its rococo facade and churrigueresque yards, and the Cathedral, built by the end of the XIV century, well know for its different styles overlapping. Read here the terms for accessibility of the cathedral.
Likewise, it is worth knowing some of the most significant 19th century buildings of the city, such as the Casino, which has a neoclassical facade and a beautiful inner courtyard of Arabic influence.
Murcia has a wide range of museums and expositions proposals. In the Archaeological Museum of Murcia, for instance, you can find remains of the different cultures that have gone by this lands.
The gastronomy of Murcia is based on the exceptional fruits and vegetables provided by its gardens the fertile, irrigated region of Murcia. With this raw material, stews and different typical dishes are made, such as the garden ratatouille, the chickpea and chard stew or the zarangollo.
One of the main touristic attractions of Murcia is its coastline, known as the Costa Cálida. Its 250 kilometers are distributed along the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean, offering a multitude of beaches.
In the following links you can find additional information on accessibility in Murcia: