Murcia is the principal city of the Murcia region and serves up some of the best food in Spain. Founded by the Moors in the 9th century on the banks of the Rio Segura, Murcia was extensively rebuilt in the 18th century and is famed for its architectural artistry, featuring a diversity of architecture styles from Gothic to Baroque. Similar to Valencia, it is famous for its huerta - a surrounding zone of market gardens which supply the city's restaurants with fresh produce and drive a budding tapas scene.
Hailing from Murcia, Sita Abellan is at the vanguard of a new wave of cultural tastemakers, pushing boundaries where music and style collide. Her left-field taste may have marginalised her as a teenager, but has since seen her rise to international prominence. Sita's guide takes us around the city she grew up in, as she shares some of her favourite places to visit. From picturesque Casinos to where to eat the best ensaladilla rusa, experience Murcia through Sita’s eyes.