15 Feb Discovering Málaga
Its climate, its beaches, its heritage, its gastronomy and its great cultural, leisure and sports offer, make Malaga one of the main tourist destinations in Spain. A joyful and bustling city, full of charm and that passed Phoenicians, Greeks, Carthaginians, Romans … and left an unforgettable mark.
The Castle of Gibralfaro and the Alcazaba are two of the main symbols of Costa del Sol Capital. As are the Roman Theater, the Bullring (La Malagueta) and the historic center of the city with its Cathedral, known also like La Manquita, although some churches like Santiago, the Martyrs, the Sacred Heart or the Holy Christ of Health also stand.
We highly recommend a visit to the Town Hall and walk to Plaza de la Merced, Pasaje de Chinitas, Calle Larios or Calle Granada. And, speaking of walking, Málaga offers varied and beautiful green areas, among them: the Puerta Oscura gardens, the Botanical Garden or the Alameda Principal, among others.
It is a city also prepared for cultural tourism with 36 museums, most of them in the historic center. Among the most outstanding: Picasso Museum, Picasso Foundation, Casa Natal, Center Pompidou, Carmen Thyssen, Contemporary Art Center or the Collection of Russian Museum, Saint Petersburg.
More information: http://www.malagaturismo.com/en