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Experience the vibrant city of Malaga!

This vibrant metropolis is thriving with thrilling attractions and a welcoming atmosphere. Everything is capped with the golden sunshine of southern Spain too. Such surroundings create a sun-soaked city break in a carnival of colour.

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Fundación Picasso-Museo Casa Natal

A visit to Málaga wouldn't be complete without a peek inside this former home of quirky painter, Pablo Picasso. Displaying more than 200 paintings, ceramics, engravings and sculptures, this impressive museum is in the elegant Palacio de Buenavista. The house where he was born is nearby on Plaza de la Merced and is also open to the public. Temporary exhibitions run frequently and there is a bookshop and pleasant courtyard café.



Strategically situated in a king-of-the-world location amid landscaped gardens overlooking the sea and city, this fortress was built in the 11th century by Malaga’s Arab rulers. Inside is an archaeological museum bursting with Roman mosaics and Moorish ceramics. With its stone walls, archways, winding corridors, stunning rose gardens and trickling irrigation channels, it is one of Malaga’s most iconic sites.


Calle Marqués de Larios

Málaga’s main pedestrianised shopping street. Swish shops sell Spanish fashion brands, jewellery, books and all the knick-knackery you could wish for. Don’t miss colourful Atarazanas market located in a building once used by the Moors for repairing ships. This hive of activity and local banter sells cheese, vegetables, spices, fruit and fish.


Malaga Cathedral

Building started in the 16th century though one tower remains incomplete resulting in an odd lopsided effect. Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architectural elements reflect the long period of construction. Inside are carved choir stalls, 18th-century organs and, for those who like statues, there are no less than 40 of them to ponder over.

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Zenit Malaga

The hotel was renovated in 2003 and consists of 5-storeys with a total of 62 rooms. The hotel offers a pleasant lobby with a 24-hour reception, a safe, a cloakroom and a lift. Guests are also offered a cafe and an air-conditioned restaurant.


3-nights Room Only

from £189pp

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Petit Palace Plaza Hotel

The Petit Palace Plaza Hotel rests in a splendid early twentieth-century building in the historic centre of Malaga within walking distance to the iconic lopsided cathedral on the narrow streets, and close to the harbour on the Costa del Sol in Spain. Combining old world elegance with new world conve...


3-nights Room Only

from £202pp

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Atarazanas Malaga Boutique Hotel

This hotel is housed within a 19th century building that was converted into a pleasant hotel in 2001. There are a total of 39 welcoming rooms on offer at this 5-storey hotel, of which 3 are suites. Facilities include an elegant foyer with a 24-hour reception desk, an express checkout service, safes,...


3-nights Room Only

from £204pp

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TRYP Malaga Guadalmar

Located in the Malaga’s exclusive area of Guadalmar, 10km from Torremolinos and 10km from the centre of Malaga. This hotel is perfect for combining a city break with a beach break as it sits next to the beach yet is still accessible to Malaga’s bustling centre. Whether you choose to relax by the h...

Leeds Bradford

3-nights Bed and Breakfast

from £206pp

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