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Best things to do in Málaga

“The "Casa Natal" or birthplace of the world famous artist Pablo Ruiz Picasso has been an official heritage site since 1983. It is situated in Plaza de la Merced, in the heart of the historic centre of Malaga. The area is surrounded by monuments from Malaga's rich past such as the Roman Theatre, Gibralfaro Castle with its breathtaking views over the city, as well as the Alcazaba, an Arabian fort which is now home to the Archaeological Museum. It is also just a couple of minutes walk from Malaga Cathedral and literally round the corner from the well known Cervantes Theatre and not far from the larger Picasso Museum. Picasso Museum Málaga Located at 8 Calle San Agustín, Málaga, AL, 29015 Known ”
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“This centrally located indoor shopping centre is a must for fashion lovers. As well as over 150 shops, this two storey building also houses restaurants, bars and the large Eroski supermarket.”
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Historische Stätte
“A little bit of authenticity. Local Cuban flavour old fashion building. It has its own beach and restaurant. You can also have a cocktail at the top roof terrace at night over looking the Sea and City or a coffee in the afternoon. ”
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“Supermarket and Department store (El Corte Inglés) Here you can buy virtually everything!”
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“Museo Automovilístico - fantástica colección de coches antiguos / Automobile Museum - fantastic collection of antique cars”
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“Sehr nah am Zentrum gelegen. Schöner Strand in Malaga mit langer Promenade und schattigen Liegewiesen.”
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Spanisches Restaurant
“Shoppen mit atemberaubendem Ausblick auf den Hafen! Mit vielen schönen Restaurants.”
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“Typical restaurant, family place to enjoy a day at the beach and good food, fish, seafood and meat,”
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“The rooftop bar at the AC Hotel Malaga Palacio, called Àtico Bar & Restaurant, is one of the oldest in the city. Perched on the 15th floor, you get an incredible view over the city, harbor and the Mediterranean Sea. One of the best views in the city.”
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“GIBALFARO: CHRISTIAN CASTLE, It's a steep hike up there but well worth it for the brilliant views you get across the city in all directions. There's a good military museum and a cafe inside the walls and I would recommend doing the full circuit to enjoy the views. The path to get up there starts next to the entrance to the Alcazaba, it's a good path and it takes about 20 minutes to reach the top - but it's worth the effort with the stunning 360 degree views from the city. Don't forget your camera and water! PRICES: Free Sundays from 14:00 h, Normal: 2.20 €. Visit joint Alcazaba-Gibralfaro: 3.55 € (RECOMMENDABLE). Reduced price: 0.60 € (Residents in Malaga, children from 6 to 16 years, studen”
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“Toll um die Geschichte Malagas zu erkunden! Sehr spannend gestaltet mit archäologischem, künstlerischem und historischem Teil.”
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Memorial Site
“All too often, visitors to Marbella fly in and out of Málaga without realising what a stunning city this truly is. In comparison, Marbella is just a small town (a gorgeous, coastal, beach town, but still just a town). Málaga is a vast city filled with life and culture and history. It is the home of Picasso, Spain's revered painter and the pulse of the city (in my humble opinion) can be felt and experienced in Calle Larios. While this is considered Málaga's main shopping street, I'm including it here a place to visit because it is beautiful, is in the heart of Málaga and serves as the main artery from which everything else stems. From here, you will find the main cathedral in all its spectacular glory. From here, you can find your way to the Picasso Museum (a must visit). From here, you can spend an evening at El Pimpi Restaurant (which is an experience like no other). From here, you will walk along ancient Roman ruins that you never knew we had. From here, you can walk down to the beautiful Muelle Uno (Málaga's Pier) and browse the shops and eat in the restaurants and cafés. Málaga is the start of your holiday in Marbella but it is so much more. This city is wondrous if you only wander through it... And it all starts from the emblematic Calle Larios. ”
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“The city celebrates all events, concerts, shows, catwalks, crhistmas lights, new years eve bells, ”
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“Walk to Plaza Merced, walk through the tunnel and follow the big street after the traffic circular. The beach ‘Malaguetta’ is at the end of the street. Approximately a 15 minute walk. You can rent chases with service at the Chiringuitos. It's the closest beach, very nice, chase rentals available at the Chiringuitos.”
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“Fashionable club with Baroque decor in the centre. Loud music and frenetic dancing – not a place for a quiet chat.”
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Bus Station
“ You can book your bus trip to Granada, Córdoba, Marbella, Nerja on line: www.alsa.es”
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