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Best things to do in Málaga

“Málaga's most famous painter of all times. It is a must. Both the collection and building are worth admiring. highly recommended.”
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“A very popular place, I recommend to get a table in the garden near the trees (the entrance from calle Alcazabilla): from this place there are beautiful views to the Roman theatre and Alcazaba. Also I recommend you to go inside and see the interior with the photos of famous people there and to touch the atmosphere of old Malaga: to come from one entrance from calle Alcazabilla and to leave from another on the calle Granada. A varied menu: tapas, hamon, oysters, beef, anchovies and other fish of fries.”
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“The Muelle Uno Pier is a great weekend evening walk with lots of bars and restaurants, ice cream shops and more. Sunday mornings there is often a flea and artisan market.”
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“Interesting and informative place, very easy to reach - just a few steps up, at the conclusion of the excursion I advise to stop in a cafe with beautiful views of the sea, the landscape and walls of Alcazaba and fix this impression: a glass of wine with olives or a cup of coffee or ice cream for children.”
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“Right in the centre of Málaga this museum has a beautiful collection of Spanish paintings.”
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Farmers Market
“I strongly advise you to visit the market from 10 am to 3 pm, this is a well-known object of architecture where you can buy delicious fruits, seafood, meat, I also like the street in front of the central entrance is full of seafood cheap restaurants. Here you will get fresh seafood, paella, and many different dishes. I prefer a restaurant that is located near the left gate, if you look at the central entrance. The waiter Manolo with a mustache like El Salvador Dali. The best paella they have, also I recommend to try eggplant or grilled vegetables, shish kebab from octopus, or shrimp and stingray, the menu of this restaurant is in your apartment.”
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“Pedestrian shopping street built in 1891, where the city's most important events are held.”
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“I advise you to visit the Cathedral, on Sundays during the mass the entrance is free, and there is also a very interesting tour to the roof of the Cathedral.”
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“n here you will find Picasso Statue, Picasso foundation and the house where he lived, lots of good restaurants... and best of all, its about 6 minutes walking from the flat. ”
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Memorial Site
“The main characteristics of this old street in Malaga is its cultural identity. Formerly it was even dangerous to walk around it at certain times of the night, today it is totally safe and it is also the scene of various activities throughout the year. During the Malaga Film Festival the street wears its best clothes with a red carpet. In August and during the Malaga fair, this street is one of the main meeting points during the day. Every year during the month of September takes place the Larios Malaga Fashion Week, a fashion catwalk of Haute Couture for two days and with an influx of public that is around 30,000 people. At Christmas, Larios Street dresses up. Every year it is illuminat”
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“Iconic Muslim Castle tells you about the rich history of this land. I recommend taking the Lift right behind the Town Hall to avoid walking up hill but walking down hill instead after admiring the outstanding views.”
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“CENTER OF CONTEMPORARY ART: An excellent gallery in the trendy Soho district. Fascinating and thought provoking work from Spanish artists. PRICES: Free admission”
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“everyday there is something going on , iether a Jazz concert, or a play , or opera, ... ”
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“Castillo Gibralfaro is an interesting place, but it's hard to climb there on foot, I advise you to take the bus 35 to the Paseo del Parque street and drive to the final stop directly to the castle. And then you can walk down to Alcazaba on foot.”
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Historische Stätte
“The free entrance: to the lower part of the theater from the Calle Alcazabilla street through a glass rectangle, to the upper part through the ticket offices of Alcazaba.”
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“Famous for its ‘Fish Show’. They show you and call out the speciality fish dishes and charge you upon the number of empty plates you left on your table. Unique, friendly and fun place to have Malaga's 'Pescaíto frito' (fried fish) and 'espetos de sardinas' (barbecued sardines). They also serve ‘boquerones, calamares, calamaritos, chopitos, salmonetes, pescadillas, almejas, navajas, gambas, mejillones, conchas finas, huevas’ and 3-4 tipes of salad and roasted vegetables. Great for kids too. Plenty of traditional desserts as well.”
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