Neighborhoods to Book a Hotel in Murcia
Running along the scenic Segura River, the Glorieta Square lies in the heart of Murcia. Built in 18th-century, the area is pleasant to walk. While walking you will come across many splendid architectures like the City Hall and the iconic 1742-built arched stone bridge of Puente de los Peligros.
One of Murcia’s oldest areas, Traperia Street spreads its wings from Plaza de Santo Domingo
to the Catedral de Santa Maria. The cathedral features a museum where you can explore several impressive excavations and religious artifacts as well as the remains of the 11th-century Moorish dwellings. But the Casino of Murcia is the major highlight of this area.
Literally meaning silver, Plateria is a historic area that was known for trading of rare metals by Murcia's Jewish community. While roaming in its quaint streets, you will find a lot of structures built in different architectural styles such as Moorish, gothic, Renaissance and many more.