Shopping in Murcia
Murcia is the largest city in the region, and also a very interesting place to go shopping. In Murcia we can find a huge variety of shops. From the giant Ikea to the small and exclusive stores in the city centre.
[caption id="attachment_177" align="aligncenter" width="525"] Shopping in Murcia. Via: www.thebestinspain.es[/caption]
Going to Murcia is very easy, most of the roads of the region will take you there, also you can go by train or by bus. Connections are really good.
Maybe the most famous shop of Murcia is Ikea. Every day thousands of people go there to visit its huge installations. This famous Swedish brand offers new style furniture for low prices. It’s open from early morning until late evening every day - you can even eat there. Ikea is in Thader shopping centre (Avenida Don Juan De Borbón s/n).
[caption id="attachment_178" align="aligncenter" width="576"] Ikea Murcia. Via: dreamhomespain
La Nueva Condomina, this shopping centre is a little bit far away from the city, going out of the motorway A-7 next to the new football stadium with the same name. You will find there shops like: Disney Store, Mango, H&M or Primark. Last one is very famous because of its low prices and it’s usually crowded.
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Quality and client attention – this is what El Corte Ingles offers. These Spanish galleries are usually located in the main streets of the most important cities of Spain. El Corte Ingles of Murcia is in the city-centre or in Espinardo (near UCAM University). You can find there all kinds of products of medium-high quality.
[caption id="attachment_180" align="aligncenter" width="564"] El Corte Inglés. Via: teinteresa.com[/caption]
La Noria Outlet is an open shopping centre with the best brands and low prices. It looks like a Mediterranean village and it’s very nice for having a walk even if you don’t like shopping.
[caption id="attachment_181" align="aligncenter" width="500"] La Noria Outlet. Via: Manuel Sola[/caption]