Museum of Glass and Crystal

Museum of Glass and Crystal

Found in an 18th-century house, this is a museum with a difference. There are some 700 pieces of glass on show, dating back thousands of years. But the antique paintings, mirrors and sofas also exhibited give the museum a unique atmosphere. It's like you've stepped back in time to view a grand Spanish home in its heyday.
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Hotel Tribuna

Malaga, Malaga

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0.2 Km to Museum of Glass and Crystal

  • Great central location
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Del Pintor

Malaga, Malaga

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  • Great for sightseeing
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Malaga, Malaga

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0.5 Km to Museum of Glass and Crystal

  • Opposite the Thyssen Museum
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San Felipe Neri Church

San Felipe Neri Church

Malaga

Beautiful on the outside, the San Felipe Neri Church is a little treasure-trove of art on the inside. Here you'll find paintings by the artist Raúl Berzosa and several important religious sculptures, as well as...

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Museum Jorge Rando

Museum Jorge Rando

Malaga

Jorge Rando, who was born in Malaga, is one of Spain's most famous artists. This museum is full of his brightly coloured paintings, and also holds exhibitions of other artists' work. After you've wandered round...

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Teatro Cervantes

Teatro Cervantes

Malaga

A beautiful old theatre with a frescoed ceiling and ornate balconies, the Teatro Cervantes is the place to see all sorts of music and dance, including of course, that famous Spanish art form - flamenco. Grab a...

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