This is a city where Picasso was born. Many people came to know it because they wanted to follow the footsteps of the master. But the authentic Mediterranean scenery here is really amazing. And it’s super convenient and fast to get to Madrid from here
Malaga is located on the southern coast of Spain. It is the second largest Mediterranean port in Spain. It is scattered with many historical monuments, from the ancient Roman amphitheatre in the 3rd century, the Muslim castle in the 6th century, to the church converted from a mosque in the 8th century. And so on.
Malaga is a city suitable for sightseeing. The more concentrated sights include the Muelle Uno Avenue, which won the World Design Award, the unique sunny beaches of Spain, the former residence of the great painter Picasso, the unique old town, the historical monuments of Alcazaba and the castle. Malaga Cathedral...
Malaga (Malaga) is located in the south coast of Spain, is Spain''s second largest port. From the most famous city in Andalusia, like granada, seville, cordoba is quite close, if you have interest to explore Andalusia, here is a good route. Malaga and her neighbor cities like door has a profound cultural and historical background.
There are not many Chinese tourists in Malaga during the peak season for domestic travel during the Spring Festival holiday. We arrived in Malaga on the same day as Beijing Guoan, and we have to say that the team is too good at picking places. Here is everything that a European resort city should have: a pleasant climate, perfect facilities, and a laid-back atmosphere. There are natural scenery, historical sites, gourmet food, and culture. The expenses are frugal. I like it so much.
Here, visitors can not only experience the history of Spain through the world-famous architectural sites, but also experience the clash and integration of Catholicism and Islamic civilization in faith in every corner of the city.
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended La Calle Larios,Alcazaba,Malaga,La Santa Iglesia Catedral Basílica de la Encarnacion,Picasso Foundation and Picasso Former Residence