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Why Fly to Murcia?
Murcia return flights from only £48 per person for selected dates in 2014.
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Flying to Murcia from the UK
Fly direct to Murica via the below UK airports:
London Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, Leeds Bradford, Bournemouth, Glasgow Prestwick, East Midlands, Stansted, Cardiff, Manchester and Newcastle.
Murcia flights depart from a number of UK airports with a wide choice of carriers, including low-cost airlines. Some of the cheapest flights are direct to Murcia with these no-frills carriers.
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Murcia is well served by low-cost airlines and there are plenty of cheap flight deals to be found, especially if you are flexible.
Mini Travel Guide to Murcia
Head to the pedestrianised streets of Murcia’s old centre and take a look at its ornate 14th-century cathedral. Inside, the Cathedral Museum houses religious objects and archaeological finds from the site of the cathedral. Also worth a look is the Museo de Bellas Artes de Murcia, a museum dedicated to Spanish art.
Beyond the city itself, there are many places of interest to entice the visitor. The historic city of Cartagena, which boasts an array of Modernist buildings and ancient Roman sites is just an hour from Murcia by bus.
Also popular with visitors to the region is the Mar Menor (small sea), a vast, shallow saltwater lagoon which is ideal for swimming and watersports.
With its impressive cathedral, pleasant old town and excellent restaurants, the city of Murcia is an interesting destination in its own right. It is also well-served by several airlines, including low-cost carriers, meaning it is often possible to get cheap flights.
Buses and trains also run from Murcia to Lorca where tourists can visit the castle, which is also known as the Fortress of the Sun. There are also several museums in the city, including an archaeological museum with a large collection of artefacts from Lorca’s Roman and Muslim history.
Lovers of the great outdoors should head to the Parque Natural de Sierra Espuña, a mountainous park which is about a 40-minute drive from Murcia.
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