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EXPLORE MALAGA

The millenary and cosmopolitan Malaga of yesteryear keeps alive its tradition of a welcoming and creative land, placing itself among the main tourist destinations in the area. In Malaga, winter never comes, and nature shows itself in all its splendor in the interior.

NOT TO BE MISSED

ALCAZABA

The Alcazaba of Malaga is an 11th-century citadel built by the Hammudid dynasty. Located on a hill within the historic center, you can enjoy a splendid view of the harbor from its top.

GIBRALFARO CASTLE

The castle of Gibralfaro, which dates back to the 8th century, is located on a high hill overlooking the city from where you can admire a spectacular panorama. The entire perimeter of the fortress can be traversed from the inside over well-restored walls.

CATHEDRAL

The Cathedral of the Incarnation is the second tallest in Andalusia. Built between 1528 and 1782, it is affectionately called "La Manquita" (one-legged) because one of the bell towers was never completed.

PICASSO MUSEUM

This tribute to the famous artist is undoubtedly the most visited attraction in Malaga. Picasso himself expressed the desire for a museum dedicated to him in his hometown.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

WHEN TO VISIT

In the Malaga area, temperatures remain pleasant all year round: the summer heat is mitigated by the presence of the sea, so it is never as sweltering as in other inland cities!

HOW TO GET THERE

Train:Accessible by train from the main cities in Spain.

Airplane: Malaga International Airport is 8 km from the city.

Bus: This is the cheapest way to get to Malaga from the main cities in Spain.

Car: The highway network connects Malaga with the main cities of Spain.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Currency: Euro

Language: Spanish

Electricity: 220/240 AC, 3-port flat sockets.