Hostal Pedregalejo

Conde De Las Navas, 9, Malaga, 29017, Spain
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directions from malaga airport (arrivals) for the train to fuengirola - needed by 8th june

by browneyegirls

how do I find the train station at malaga airport? SIMPLE DETAILS / DIRECTIONS needed. I want to travel to fuengirola at about Midday on a tuesday and will be returning on the friday. Is it better to get a return or 2 singles? Should I stick to the ticket clerk or the ticket machine ( are they user friendly?) Oh and the cost - Can anyone let me know!

Re: directions from malaga airport (arrivals) for the train to fuengirola - needed by 8th june

by leics

If you look at

You will find information about how to find the train station (in English), and a map. It will be signed anyway. Basically, it is across the car park from T2, opposite the T2 check-in.

If the long link does not work try

and click 'practical information'.

Can't help with the rest, sorry.

Re: directions from malaga airport (arrivals) for the train to fuengirola - needed by 8th june

by puerto_lover

The local train is called CERCANIAS and there is a Map of the stations and Fares plus times on :

You need some Euro coins or note to get the ticket at Malaga because last time I used it the only way to obtain a ticket was from a machine. Looks like the fare is €2 for one way (Billete sencillo) to Fuengirola and €3.10 return (Ida y vuelta) .

Re: directions from malaga airport (arrivals) for the train to fuengirola - needed by 8th june

by annemariebyrne

The train station is across a pedestrian bridge from the airport arrivals area, just follow the signs for 'tren'. It's an 'unmanned' station so you will need change for the machine, if you have difficulty working it out you will find other passengers willing to help so don't worry. Also there are steps up to the platforms so be prepared if you have heavy luggage! I'm not sure if a return is only valid for the same day but there won't be much difference in price anyway. There is a proper ticket office in Fuengirola station as well as ticket machines.

Re: directions from malaga airport (arrivals) for the train to fuengirola - needed by 8th june

by browneyegirls

1ve noticed that there is construction going on at the airport. Is it affecting the malaga -fuengirola train service? apparently since april subterrainian trains from malaga are from María Zambrano station........ is that where my service starts from instead then?

Re: directions from malaga airport (arrivals) for the train to fuengirola - needed by 8th june

by annemariebyrne

Are you travelling from Malaga airport to Fuengirola? If so then I can't see how construction works in Malaga city would affect your journey. I checked the website for the train and could only find a station closure in the city. If you are travelling to Fuengirola from the airport you will not be going into the city - Fuengirola is in the opposite direction. I haven't been in the area recently so hopefully someone who has can give further advice but as I read it you should be okay.AM

Travel Tips for Málaga

A masterpiece of the...

by rla

A masterpiece of the malaguenian civil architecture, it occupies a large block formed by two units built in the 16th century, plus another unit used as the Bishop´s residence, which was built in the 18th century.

Nice time in the mountains not leaving the city

by piosku67

Before visiting Malaga I had heard about the Montes de Malaga, but thought it's 30- 50 km away from the city. As I haven't got a driving license nor enough money for additional trips I gave up the idea of hiking in the mountains. But on one, rainy, February day I set off from my hotel near the railway station up the city, along the river (it's the easiest way to find your way north) to visit Le Conception Botanical Garden. The Garden is really amazing. I was charged 4,20 euro and I really enjoyed the stay there discovering beautiful hills around the city. What's more coming back from the Garden to the bus stop bus number 2 , I discovered that just at the edge of city there are noisy highways, the garden of course and ... to my surprise a hiking path. The next day I decided to follow the path. Again I went there praying for a free way from dogs which I am scared of much. Leaving the city and going along the local road, passing by the Garden on the left and San Juan de Dios hacienda on the right I turned at the first crossing right seeing the first sign :"Picaderos-Boticario"and then I had to cross the little village through a narrow road to get to the gate of the reservoir. I was so happy. Beautiful, scenery place not very steep, I hiked up to the end of marked path at the top of nearby hill / mountain. I wish I could refresh in a hotel, which was closed. I had breath-taking views over the city and the sea. I really recommend. I came back quickly to the centre and could do other activities enjoying the fact of visiting the beaches, city and mountains at the same time for a penny. In fact the ticket in a bus one way cost 1,10 euro.

Local food

by blint about Botique shops on Calle Granada

In these little shops along Calle Granada near plaza de la Merced you can buy a whole range of local products including pastries (such as torrijas or empanadas) and wine.

Do a bit of window shopping now by looking at the my photo of the shop front.


by lina112

The high speed arrived to Málaga on december of 2007. Madrid in only 2 hours and 30 minutes, there is not excuse to visit Madrid and enjoying the capital, visiting the museums, going shopping and eating.

La alta velocidad llegó a Málaga en diciembre del 2007. Madrid en solo 2 horas y 30 minutos, no hay excusa ya para ir a Madrid y disfrutar de la capital visitando sus tantos museos ir de compras y comer en cualquiera de los tantos resturantes que hay.

Time for a beer and tapas

by lina112 about Gambrinus

Very good place where you can have the traditional spaninsh tapas, montaditos, salad, ham, cheese and enjoy a good beer and wine. There are few gambrinus bars in Malaga, we were in the one on calle Granada and it was ok.

Buena cervecería donde puedes tomar tapas, montaditos, ensalada, jamón, queso y disfrutar de una buena cerveza o un vaso de vino. Hay varias cervecerías gambrinus repartidas en Málaga, estuvimos en la que hay en calle granada y está muy bién.


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