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Malaga is one of the oldest cities in the world, with the ruins of a 1st century BCE Roman theatre right in the centre of town! Just a short walk away is the stunning Moorish structure, Gibralfaro Castle, attached to the 11th century fortress of Alcazaba.
The Malagüeños know how to have fun, both during the day and the night, so make sure you get involved. August hosts a really lively celebration of all things local, the Feria de Malaga, where you’ll soon learn that flamenco, tapas, and wine are all high on the agenda!
Don’t let it escape you that this is the birthplace of Picasso, and the city celebrates this with two museums dedicated to the great artist. The Picasso Foundation has a collection of his pieces in the very house he was born! Meanwhile, you’ll find other exhibitions of his famous works dotted all around.
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Fortresses, museums, cathedrals – there are so many different things to clap your eyes on. Picasso’s links are detailed all around, but you’ve got castle views of the cityscape and far-reaching port to delight in, too. If you fancy a change, stay on foot and you’ll enter the glorious botanical gardens. It’s a verdant wilderness.
Muelle Uno features some of the finest restaurants of all the streets in this buzzing city. For fresh seafood, head straight to the source of the local catch at the quaint old fishing villages of El Palo and Pedregalejo. You’ll be spoilt for choice, and in plat du jour heaven.
Stylish shopping in the sun is an attractive prospect in these parts, especially on the designer-lined street of Marques de Larios. As a major Spanish city, Malaga also has huge shopping centres and department stores, so if you’re a bit of a splurge addict, get ready to go wild.
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