Hostal La Hispanidad

Explanada de la Estacion Terminal (Frent), Malaga, 29002, Spain

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Hostal La Hispanidad
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    Handy for rail station


    The hostal La Hispanidad is straight opposite you as you walk out of front entrance of Malaga Maria Zambravo rail station [ main station ] It is on the first floor, room was clean ,bed comfortable, en suite also tv in room. The price in Oct 2012 was single 50 euros.

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Forum Posts

From Malaga to Tanjer

by mmagla

Sorry, but my engslish is too bad...
I'm interesting is it possible to do if we have a hostel in malaga. I mean if our trip to Tanjer start early morning and can we be in Malaga same day? Which is the fastest way to do this?

Re: From Malaga to Tanjer

by windpaard

I think the best way is to go to algeciras and take the boat;it take you about 2hours to algeciras and than 1 hour to tanger.I think if you start very early , you can get inthe evening back to malaga.
but best is if you stay in a hostel tarifa
from tarifa you have each 2 hours a ferry to tanger and it takes 35 min.but the bus to tarifa take about 3,5 hours from malaga

Re: From Malaga to Tanjer

by mmagla

Thank you. It was usuful informaton.

Re: From Malaga to Tanjer

by mmagla

One more question... What will be the price of this? Do you have any idea?

Travel Tips for Málaga


by call_me_rhia

I have mixed feelings about Malaga, I like it because it's very authentic and little touristy, I dislike it because of its dirtyness and abandoned beautiful buildings. In short, Malaga is not quite the touristic place the authorities want you to believe... just go to the tourist office: everyone speaks Spanish (and Spanish only)... which is certainly not a crime, but it's not very helpful if you want to attract foreigners. Malaga was founded by the Phoenicians, inhabited by the Romans, ruled by the Moors and finally conquered by the Catholic Monarchs... which let it fall into decline. Malaga would really be a gem, there's plenty of wonderful old buildings in the city centre, all crumbling down, literally... I call it awasted beauty. Some recosntruction is going on, currently, but there's still a lot to do and it will take years to bring it back to its former glory.


by IanMacPhail

Take the bus to Mijas. It`s a beautiful little place and a great place for a gentle stroll and relaxing with a wee beer. If you find some good shopping, that`s a bonus too!
Take a minute to visit the San Sebastion church, climb to the Plaza de Toros and get great views of the Costa, and relax.

There are a couple of bars and...

by lobstop

There are a couple of bars and clubs in the oldest part of Malaga. I recommend especially the tapas bars where you have the famous tapas, a little dish between two main meals. Very nice and very original.
The best place to learn about the Andalucian mentality. Does everyone has to see that you are a tourist? So leave your bagpack at home and have a little style.

Malaga Airport

by Carmela71

Malaga Airport is located 6 km West of Malaga, just at the main Coast Road (N340) and the new toll road.

When leaving the airport by car, and approaching the N340, the Left hand lane takes you to Malaga, Granada, Nerja all the Eastern Costa del Sol, and the right one is for Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Marbella, Estepona, Cadiz ...western Costa del Sol.

there is train Service from Málaga Airport to Málaga City and Fuengirola, every half an hour, just outside the airport.

There are frequent bus Service from the Airport to Málaga City, Service No 19, that takes you to the bus station, ready to take any bus.

Near the Bullring the Refectorium

by diageva about Refectorium

Wonderful place to have tapa or to dinner. Next the Bullring it will be full if there is a Bullfight. The typical soup of the Málaga area is ajo blanco con uvas (cold almond soup flavored with garlic and garnished with big muscatel grapes).


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