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If you live in the province of Murcia, your TIE card application appointment could be at the Foreigner’s Office (Extranjeria) of the National Police Station (Comisaria de Policia) in Cartagena.
The address is:
- Menéndez y Pelayo, 6, 30204 Cartagena, Murcia
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We will confirm our meeting time via email a few days before the appointment; most importantly, don’t forget your passport and, for NLV renewals, your current TIE card! but we always send you an email detailing what is needed beforehand.
As appointments are available throughout the morning, it’s an excellent opportunity for a day out. Here are a few ideas of places you can visit:
- Museum of the Roman Theater of Cartagena: Start with the Roman Theatre, a well-preserved ancient amphitheatre that offers a glimpse into the city’s rich history.
- Concepción Castle: Explore the Castillo de la Concepción, a hilltop fortress with amazing city and sea views.
- Naval Museum: Dive into Cartagena’s maritime heritage by visiting the Naval Museum, which features impressive naval artefacts.
- Calblanque Regional Park: Experience the natural beauty of Calblanque Regional Park, known for its pristine beaches and hiking trails with diverse ecosystems, plants, wildlife, and breathtaking views.
- Cartagena Port: Stroll along the picturesque Cartagena Port, where you can see various ships and enjoy a vibrant atmosphere.
- Museum of Underwater Archaeology: Immerse yourself in history at the Museum of Underwater Archaeology, showcasing artefacts from shipwrecks in the region.
- Bateria de Castillitos: Venture to Bateria de Castillitos, a historic military fortress with stunning panoramic views of the coast.
- Cartagena’s Beaches: Calblanque Beach, Playas de la Manga, Cala Cortina, Playa de Levante, and Playa de Galúa are all fantastic hotspots for sunbathing in summer and leisurely walks in winter.
- Tapas and Cuisine: End your day by indulging in the local cuisine and trying traditional Spanish tapas at various restaurants and bars in the city. But you haven´t lived until you have tried the pig ears tapa in the Bodega Nicolas
The information in this article was current on the date published.
Article last reviewed/updated 22/11/2023