Murcia is not a big city. It is located in the south of Spain. It is very peaceful and peaceful, and the people are very friendly. There are many squares in the city. Plaza de España is located in the center of the city. It is very charming and has unique architecture.
There are too few introductions to Murcia attractions on Ctrip. I don’t know where to put the corresponding photos and introductions ~ but the picture is near Campo de’ Fiori. There are many nice small shops and restaurants. You can shop and eat~ Except for Sunday afternoon...Almost nothing...Don't ask me why I know
Compared with several other hotels nearby, the biggest feature here is that it can cook, has a separate kitchen, and is more suitable for crowds. The hotel is a bit old, I went there 10 years ago. In addition, the number of wifi connections is limited, and the passwords are the same. If you have a party next door, the wifi in your house may be robbed.
Almost every city in Spain has a large square called plaza españa. The Plaza de España in Cartagena is not very big, but it is quite exquisite. Surrounded by some ancient Spanish buildings, the thick bricks and the vicissitudes of the building itself are all very charming. It feels like having gone through history and returned to its most brilliant Of that era.