The Cathedral of Murcia (Cathedral Church of Saint Mary in Murcia) is a Roman Catholic cathedral situated in the Spanish city of Murcia. Construction of the cathedral started in 1394 and it was completed in 1465. The cathedral is a mixture of architectural styles, the interior is Gothic and the exterior is a Baroque style. Both the interior and exterior are impressive and well kept. The bell tower at the cathedral was a later addition, it stands at 90 metres tall and is dominant in the city’s skyline. The cathedral has always been a popular place for worship in the city.
The cathedral is situated in the city centre. The R14 and R80 buses stop a short walk away from the cathedral.
Opening Times and Admission
The cathedral is open daily, 7am-1pm and 6.30pm-8pm on weekdays and 7am-1pm and 7pm-9pm on weekends. The cathedral is free to visit.