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Málaga Attractions

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Gibralfaro Castle 4.0 stars
Castle, Fortification, Palace - #1 of 13
The visit to the Gibralfaro Castle is included in the ticket to La Alcazaba. There used to be a connection between the two but it is now in ruins so to reach the Gibralfaro castle we walked up the steep and windy sidewalk. It is really worthy ... [more ]
alcazaba 4.0 stars
Castle, Fortification, Palace - #2 of 13
The Alcazaba in Málaga is in the old town. There are two entrances, one by the Roman Theatre and a second entrance behind the Málaga Town Hall. This second one will take you directly to the Alcazaba Palace in an elevator allowing to see the rest ... [more ]
Museo Picasso 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #3 of 13
Picasso Museum in Málaga is located between the narrow streets of the Old Town, in the old Palacio de Buenavista. I loved this Museum as they had on display many Picasso´s gorgeous artworks from sketches, to drawings, from his early days ... [more ]
Picasso House-Museum 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #4 of 13
Maybe the most important tourist attraction in town is the museum dedicated to Picasso. The museum si very new. It was built about 4 years ago and hosts around 150 works of Picasso. The famous artist was born in Malaga, so his daughter sold these ... [more ]
La Malagueta Beach 4.0 stars
Beach - #5 of 13
La Malagueta Beach is an urban beach located in the center of Málaga City. La Malagueta is both popular for locals and visitors. You can reach the beach from la Alcazaba or the Bullring in about 5-10 minutes. The beach is an artificial beach as ... [more ]
Plaza Mayor 5.0 stars
Shopping - #6 of 13
I really love Plaza Mayor shopping center. The difference of this complex is that imitates a small white village so you can walk in lovely streets within the complex with gardens and orange trees, giving you the feeling that you are walking in a ... [more ]
El Chorro 4.0 stars
Valley, Gorge - #7 of 13
This amazing gorge in the Malaga hills is a stunning place to take a day trip and a world away from the nearby Costa del Sol. The craggy rocks, pretty reservoirs and pine trees give you a load of Kodak moments and you can walk through the ... [more ]
The Plaza de Toros 4.0 stars
Entertainment, Festival, Amusement Park - #8 of 13
The Plaza de Toros, or the bullring definitely is a very important part of the town for Malaga’s inhabitants, who watch bullfights every Sunday. I am against bullfighting, but the bullring is an impressive construction, resembling the roman ... [more ]
Jardin Botanico-Historico La Concepcion 4.0 stars
Botanical Garden - #9 of 13
This fantastic gardens are over 150 years old. Botanical Gardens of La Concepcion in Malaga are a large extension of beautiful forest s and a flower haven. Most of the plants in this Gardens were tropical and they mixed beautifully with a large ... [more ]
Malaga City Hall 4.0 stars
City Hall - #10 of 13
I visited Malaga City Hall during Christmas as they had in display a huge Nativity Scene. The building itself was beautiful with an art deco mixed with colonial Spanish architecture. We had to queue for a little bit to get to the Nativity as this ... [more ]
Larios Shopping Center 4.0 stars
Shopping - #11 of 13
Larios Shopping Center is one of the largest shopping center in the city center and just about 15 minute walk from the Alcazaba and Malaga Old town. Here there is a huge range of retail and electronic shops, a large supermarket, a cinema and ... [more ]
Three Kings Parade 4.0 stars
Entertainment, Festival, Amusement Park - #12 of 13
It is tradition in Spain for the Three Kings (instead of Father Christmas) to bring kids their gifts on the night of the 5th of January, so each year on the 5th there are huge parades all over Spain. I love the one in Málaga. The Kings come each ... [more ]
El Hamman - Arabic Baths 2.0 stars
Building - #13 of 13
This is a must do if you visit Málaga City! Just 5 minutes from the Picasso Museum you will find the Hammam. You may need to ask for directions from the Museum as it is an rather narrow street. The Hammam or "magic bath" consisted of 2 dry heat ... [more ]
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