Malaga Center is the fashionable place in Europe, on the same level as the center of Madrid and Barcelona.
With the difference in our favor that in front of us we have one of the best cruise ports in the Mediterranean.
And in its avenue and the entire historic center we eat the best fried fish in Spain.
The Costa del Sol covers a total of 150 kilometers of coastline.
Malaga capital receives thousands of tourists every year.
And the city has become a tourist destination chosen for its great offer, but also for its spectacular climate.
Malaga has become the city of Museums, with excellent communications and this year 2020 is the capital of sport.
The beaches of Malaga receive more than 300 days of sunshine a year.
Moreover depending on your preferences you will be able to find different opportunities.
For example, Malaga has a total of 16 beaches.
Cultural visits in Malaga Center.
It is currently a fashionable city because it is rich in cultural and natural heritage.
The city of Málaga has a very old history, because it was habited by the Phoenicians.
Later, was conquered in 1487 by the Catholic Monarchs.
La Alcazaba .
Located at the foot of Mount Gibralfaro and above the Roman Theater.
The most important monuments to see in its historic center are, firstly, the Alcazaba.
The Alcazaba of Malaga is a palatial fortification from the Islamic period (11th century).
Inside we can visit a beautiful complex of palaces, gardens, fountains and patios.
Although we must highlight a great jewel: Los Cuartos de Granada.,
The former abode of the Arab kings.
We are sure to be amazed by its beautiful and intricate Nasrid decoration.
The Paseo del Parque.
Another of the best things to do in Malaga is:
to walk up the hill that goes from the Alcazaba to the Gibralfaro Castle.
Obviously they will enjoy the climb a lot and stop at the different natural viewpoints.
Although another less tiring option is to take bus 35 that leaves from Paseo del Parque.
Gibralfaro Castle is an Arabic fortress built in the fourteenth century.
And which withstood several sieges by the troops of the Catholic Monarchs.
You can walk through its wall passing through its 8 towers.
And enjoy the best views of the city with the Mediterranean in the background.
On the Gibralfaro Hill there are two viewpoints outside the walls.
That are perfect to enjoy the best sunset over Malaga.
Located in the Palacio de Buenavista (a 16th century Renaissance building).
It is the most important museum to see in Malaga.
Inside you can see 285 works by the famous Malaga artist.
Some of them are:
Woman with raised arms, Child with a shovel, Acrobat, Bather and The Three Graces.
In the last one which houses a collection of works by renowned painters.
Such as: Zurbarán, Sorolla and Julio Romero de Torres.
Near the Thyssen Museum is the Hammam Al Ándalus .
Some beautiful Arab baths in which to relax with its waters and massages after a long day of visits (….)
Marqués de Larios street is one of the most elegant shopping streets in Spain.
And the most famous street to visit in Malaga.
It was inaugurated in 1891.
Its blocks with rounded corners and large windows with white windows are characteristic.
As it is the most elegant and distinguished street in the capital, luxury shops abound.
For this reason, it is a favorite place for people from Malaga to stroll and do their shopping.
For example, there is the oldest and most renowned pastry shops in the city:
Also we recommend visiting El Café Central, one of the most emblematic places in the city.
Santa Iglesia Catedral Basilica de la Encarnación,.
Obviously, is one of the Renaissance architectural wonders of Andalusia.
And one of the places that you cannot stop contemplating during your walks.
Essentially it was built between 1525 and 1782.
Although due to financing problems it remained unfinished.
For this reason, lacking today its second tower.
Which is why the people of Malaga nickname it “La Manquita”.
Of the early years of Emperor Augustus, located in calle la Alcazabilla without number.
Very important: your visit and entry is free all year round.
From the square, we can see the stands adapted to the mountain.
As a backdrop we have the Alzazaba and to its right the headquarters of the Malaga Film Festival.
Telecabbie recommends La Alvaroteca as one of the best restaurants in the province of Malaga.
Chef Alvaro will surprise you. His way of cooking is between tradition and modernity, a story told through the senses.
Flavors, aromas, textures, images … a sensory explosion.
El Pimpi is one of the most special places in the capital, centrally located opposite the Roman Theater.
It is also located very close to the Alcazaba and the Picasso Museum.
Consequently, on its terrace you will enjoy the views of the monuments.
Moreover, inside the establishment you will see beautiful bullfighting paintings.
Very interesting are the many barrels signed…
By generations of famous people from the world of flamenco.
In addition, their tapas are great and inexpensive, they have a seasonal menu and an extensive list of local wines.
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