A good place to start touring the essential things to see in Murcia is at the Cardinal Square Belluga, located in the heart of the old town. The great Baroque
façade of the Cathedral of Murcia dominates the square and has one of the highest towers in Spain; it should definitely be one of the first places to visit in Murcia. Next to the cathedral is the Episcopal Palace and City Hall, two more Murcia attractions. Wandering from the square you'll reach the Segura River, where you can admire the famous bridges of the city.
More things to do in Murcia include visiting the Old Bridge (aka Bridge Hazards), Bridge Vistabella (with the signature of Santiago Calatrava), or the footbridge Malecón, which resembles the deck of a boat. Another one of the many Murcia attractions that you should not miss is the Grand Casino, one of the most emblematic buildings of the city. Among its rooms are the Arabic Patio (inspired by the royal halls of the Alhambra), the Library, the Ballroom, and and the Patio Pompeyano. The Casino is located on Tatters Street, which is one of the main arteries of the city and also holds other interesting attractions in Murcia, such as Almodóvar Palace.
Only 6 kilometers from the city is more stuff to do in Murcia: the Regional Park of El Valle and Carrascoy. These recreation areas and numerous hiking trails have made the area popular on travelers' lists of what to do in Murcia. Browse through experiences shared by minube users and discover all the Murcia activities waiting to be done, like visiting the route of baroque churches led by the convent of La Merced, San Miguel church, and the monastery of Santa Clara.