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Free walking tours in Murcia

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Book for free any of these guruwalks. When the tour ends you will be able to pay the guru whatever you consider fair. Some will pay €10, others $50. It's up to you!
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The best guruwalks in Murcia (3)

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The best guruwalks in Murcia (3)

Free Tour Murcia, how beautiful you are!
Free Tour Murcia, how beautiful you are!
Guru: Pedro
Days: Wednesday
Hours: 11:00
Languages: English and Spanish
Duration: 2 hours
Free Booking!
Free Tour Murcia´s highlights monuments

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Free Tour Murcia´s highlights monuments
Guru: Ăšrsula
Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday
Hours: 10:30 and 19:00
Languages: English and Spanish
Duration: 2 hours
Free Booking!
Urban tour Aljufia

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Urban tour Aljufia
Guru: Antonio
Days: Saturday
Hours: 19:00
Languages: Spanish
Duration: 2 hours
Free Booking!

Best things to see and do in Murcia

Enjoying an average of 320 sunny days each year, Murcia is a popular tourist destination for anyone looking for the sea and sun of the Costa Blanca on the Mediterranean. With a nickname like “Europe’s Orchard,” it’s no surprise that you will discover a wealth of fresh fruits, vegetables, and wines from this region. Check out a free walking tour in Murcia with GuruWalk to find out all about the local food and drink, along with the rich cultural heritage that characterizes the provincial capital. 


When you visit Murcia, we recommend that you do a free walking tour with a local guide who can help you discover all about the culture and history of this Southern Spanish city. Check out the tours that are available online and choose the route that is most interesting to you such as Murcia’s Town Hall and the Glorieta Square, the Cathedral of Murcia, it’s oldest bridge Puente de los Peligros, the beautiful Old Town and the Traperia Street that crosses it. While you’re at it, visit Murcia’s Archeological Museum, the Centro Párraga Contemporary Art Museum, the 11th Century Monteagudo Castle, or the AlmudĂ­ Palace. 


If you still have questions about what to do and see in Murcia, check out the opinions and reviews of both the tour routes and the guides that have been left by other tourists like you who have already done the tour. There are tours available in the morning, afternoon, and evening and there are also different languages.


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