4th to 30th May 2019 Lorca photographic exhibition
VI Exposición Fotográfica Fotolorca From the 4th to 30th May, the inauguration is on 4th May at 20:00 in the Casa Museo Huerto Ruano” in Lorca. Open Monday to Friday between 11:00 and 14:00 and again from 17:00 to 20:00. Works by the members of the association, together with the best photos taken during the 2018 Semana Santa photographic competition, Click for map: Huerto Ruano of Lorca For more local events, news and other..

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May 2019 opening hours for Lorca castle
Lorca castle is open daily throughout May General entry is only 6 euros Lorca castle, the Fortaleza del Sol (Fortress of the Sun), is open to the public every day during spring 2019 and offers a variety of ways in which to enjoy and learn about a fortification which proved impregnable during the constant clashes between Moorish and Christian forces in the Middle Ages : During May the castle is open from 10:30 to 19:30 daily. The castle..

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Every Thursday ENGLISH LANGUAGE tours of Lorca castle this spring
The tour is on offer throughout the spring of 2019 Lorca castle, the Fortaleza del Sol (Fortress of the Sun), is open to the public seven days a week and visitors can follow a route around the castle using an English language audioguide. Every Thursday there is an ENGLISH LANGUAGE GUIDED VISIT to the castle, with a mixture of audioguide and tour guide, including lunch in the on-site cafetería, which gives access to areas not normally included..

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Lorca tapas route and free live music over two weekends
Tapas and a beer for 2.50 euros and 17 free concerts Taking place on the following dates: - 24/05/2019 - 25/05/2019 - 26/05/2019 - 31/05/2019 - 01/06/2019 - 02/06/2019 The Feria del Sol de tapeo, tardeo 21 bars and 17 free concerts are on the menu in Lorca for the “” tapas route which is running for two weekends between the 24th May and 2nd June, with a pre-determined tapa and a beer on sale at 2.50 euros. The event is taking..

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25th May Free guided theatrical tour of historical Lorca: La Daga Roja
This monthly free tour explores some of the mysteries of historical Lorca Route name: Visita Teatralizada La Daga Roja Lorca is a city rich in history, its strategic position above the Guadalentín Valley having attracted human settlers for thousands of years. The municipal archaeological museum shows a wide selection of artifacts dating back into prehistory, tracing the various settlements which left remains in Lorca: The Argarics, Iberians..

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26th May 2019 discover the Jewish past of Lorca with this guided tour
Lorca Sefardí Ayer y Hoy Spanish language activity to discover the important history of Jewish Lorca Lorca was an important mediaeval frontier town, straddling the border between Moorish Andalucía and Christian Murcia, the Jewish community of Lorca an important link between the two communities and the trading routes which ran along the Spanish coastline. Lorca contains the only synagogue never to have been re-used by another religion..

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Saturday 1st June: a full day in Lorca for 12€ exploring its Jewish, Moorish and Christian roots
Lorca Judía, Cristiana y Califal includes the 15th century synagogue, a 10th century Moorish palace and the church of San Patricio A full day in Lorca with entry fees paid for just 12 euros! On the first Saturday and third Sunday of every month visitors to the historic city of Lorca are invited to join a series of visits which illustrate the multi-cultural and multi-religious nature of life in the city during the Middle Ages, focusing..

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Saturday 1st June Guided tour of the Virgen de las Huertas convent in Lorca
The church contains spectacular murals and the remains of a 10th-century Moorish palace Please note: commentary on this tour is in Spanish. Now that restoration work on the main historical and religious monuments of Lorca is practically complete following the earthquake damage suffered in May 2011 a series of guided tours and visits are being held in order to welcome back visitors, and one of the most interesting is at the convent church..

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13th June FREE GUIDED TOUR of monumental Lorca in ENGLISH
A free route uncovering some of the monumental treasures in central Lorca Lorca is a city rich in history, its strategic position above the Guadalentín Valley having attracted human settlers for thousands of years. The Argarics, Iberians, Moors, Jews and Christians all left their footprints in the city, which contains many important monuments and interesting buildings. The imposing Mediaeval castle dominates the skyline, the Jewish synagogue..

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15th June Lorca: Free guided tour of historical Lorca city centre
This free Spanish language guided tour highlights some of the many beautiful buildings in the centre of Lorca Route name: El Casco Antiguo de Lorca: Visita gratuita en español NB; The tourist office is able to arrange English language tours for groups by prior arrangement and offers this visit in English from time to time (see what's on section of Lorca Today for scheduled dates). Lorca is a city rich in history, its strategic position..

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Sunday 16th June : a full day in Lorca for 12€ exploring its Jewish, Moorish and Christian roots
Lorca Judía, Cristiana y Califal includes the 15th century synagogue, a 10th century Moorish palace and the church of San Patricio A full day in Lorca with entry fees paid for just 12 euros! On the first Saturday and third Sunday of every month visitors to the historic city of Lorca are invited to join a series of visits which illustrate the multi-cultural and multi-religious nature of life in the city during the Middle Ages, focusing..

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Sunday 16th June Guided tour of the Virgen de las Huertas convent in Lorca
The church contains spectacular murals and the remains of a 10th-century Moorish palace Please note: commentary on this tour is in Spanish. Now that restoration work on the main historical and religious monuments of Lorca is practically complete following the earthquake damage suffered in May 2011 a series of guided tours and visits are being held in order to welcome back visitors, and one of the most interesting is at the convent church..

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Saturday 22nd June Free guided theatrical tour of historical Lorca: La Daga Roja
This monthly free tour explores some of the mysteries of historical Lorca Route name: Visita Teatralizada La Daga Roja Lorca is a city rich in history, its strategic position above the Guadalentín Valley having attracted human settlers for thousands of years. The municipal archaeological museum shows a wide selection of artifacts dating back into prehistory, tracing the various settlements which left remains in Lorca: The Argarics, Iberians..

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Lorca: Daily English language tours of the Church of San Patricio and the three plazas from July 2019
This guided tour is a good starting point for a morning out in Lorca Dates available: 08/07/2019 , 09/07/2019 , 10/07/2019 , 12/07/2019 , 23/09/2019 , 24/09/2019 , 25/09/2019 , 26/09/2019 , 27/09/2019 , 30/09/2019 , 01/10/2019 , 02/10/2019 , 03/10/2019 , 04/10/2019 , 08/10/2019 , 09/10/2019 , 11/10/2019 , 14/10/2019 , 15/10/2019 , 16/10/2019 , 17/10/2019 , 18/10/2019 , 21/10/2019 , 22/10/2019 , 23/10/2019 , 24/10/2019 , 25/10/2019 , 28/10..

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Saturday 20th July Lorca: Free evening guided tour of historical Lorca city centre
This free Spanish language guided tour highlights some of the many beautiful buildings in the centre of Lorca Route name: El Casco Antiguo de Lorca: Visita gratuita en español NB; The tourist office is able to arrange English language tours for groups by prior arrangement and offers this visit in English from time to time (see what's on section of Lorca Today for scheduled dates). Lorca is a city rich in history, its strategic position..

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 Saturday 27th July Lorca:Free guided evening theatrical tour: La Daga Roja
This monthly free tour explores some of the mysteries of historical Lorca Route name: Visita Teatralizada La Daga Roja Lorca is a city rich in history, its strategic position above the Guadalentín Valley having attracted human settlers for thousands of years. The municipal archaeological museum shows a wide selection of artifacts dating back into prehistory, tracing the various settlements which left remains in Lorca: The Argarics, Iberians..

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