MURCIA has a full fleet of buses, operated by two companies that provide complementary services, allowing you to easily travel around the town centre and the suburbs.
|+34 968 100 793 Telephone support from 08:00 to 22:00|
|Plaza de Camachos, 2 - 30002 - Murcia|
|+34 968 250 088|
|Avd. Libertad. 30009 - Murcia (Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 21:00)|
This V-shaped line covers 18 kilometres, connecting the northern area of Murcia (Universities, major shopping areas and residential areas) to the city centre.
With a Fleet of 11 vehicles, the commercial service is structured in two blocks: the main service, connecting Nueva Condomina Stadium with the University of Murcia; and the shuttle service, travelling from the Terra Natura stop to the Catholic University of San Antonio.
|Link to tram schedules|
|+34 968 230 068|
|Information Office in Stop "The Ladera" of the L1|
|Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 19:30 Saturdays from 09:00 to 14:00|
|August: Monday to Friday from 09:00 a.m. to 02:00 p.m.|
|Closed Saturdays in the afternoon, and Sundays and holidays all day.|
MURCIA has a large and modern fleet of taxis that operate 24 hours a day. The rates are official and are measured with a taximeter.
|Radio Taxi Murcia|
|+34 968 248 800|
|+34 968 111 187|
|+34 609 663 643|
This is a pilot scheme launched by the Town Council to reduce the use of private vehicles and promote other non-motorised means of transport, such as public transport, walking or cycling.
To find out how it works, visit the muybici website, where you can find maps, station locations, sign up for the service...
UTE MuyBici public transport service with bicycle from Murcia.
|+34 902 930 750|
|Av. Juan Carlos I, 55 6º A - 30100 - Murcia|
Murcia is the perfect city to explore on foot. To help, the town hall has designed a number of routes to make your visit to the city more enjoyable and organised - we don’t want you to miss out on anything, though we do suggest you get lost among our streets...
|PDF with Murcia street|
|PDF with Five ways to eat Murcia|
Location of public parking in Murcia
The city has more than 6000 parking spaces in different parts of the city. On city streets, parking is usually regulated by ORA. Rates and schedules depend on the areas, with orange-coloured places reserved for residents with badges.
There are also more than a dozen underground car parks throughout the city. Rates vary according to the areas.
MURCIA also has park-and-ride services outside the old town, but given the distance, you could easily reach the city centre in a short period of time either on foot or by public transport. Parking at the park-and-ride service is usually free or very inexpensive.
In the city of Murcia, motorcycles must not park on the pavement, and doing so can incur a penalty. The city has specific parking spots for motorbikes.