Hotel Del Pintor

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Alamos 27, Malaga, Costa del Sol, 29012, Spain
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Things to do!

by sidkid

My Wife and I are visiting Malaga Spain on a short work and pleasure trip. We have just a few hours of work on the first day. We land on the 8th and depart on the 11th. Can anyone suggest what we can do while there? We're not shopping much this trip, but would like to see around... any suggestions are welcome.

Re: Things to do!

by hawkhead

A random selection, in no particular order of choice: Alcazaba, Castillo de Gibralfaro, Cathedral, Museum of Glass and Crystal, Picasso Museum, Roman Theatre.

Re: Things to do!

by leics

Whilst you are waiting for more specific suggestions, do have a look at the Vt Malaga pages. You'll find 300+ ideas and tips from VT locals and visitors about what to see/do, plus 84 'off-the-beaten-path' tips.

Re: Things to do!

by KakapoTheParrot

Am I allowed to suggest that the best thing about Malaga is that there's a superb, fast train to Cordoba? We got stuck in Malaga courtesy of a volcano, and the day out to Cordoba almost made the whole experience worthwhile.

Re: Things to do!

by puerto_lover

The fast train to Cordoba is a great idea. Also if you have never visited the ALHAMBRA in Granada then this is perfectly 'doable' in one day however you will need to use the buses to get from Malaga to Granada. Best to pre book your visiting slot for the Alhambra Nasrid Palace online too.

Travel Tips for Málaga

A mix of Old and New

by Geoff_Wright

We really didn't spend much time in Malaga, just a few hours. I'm sure there's a great deal to see, but we found the city rather different to most other places we had seen. There was building work going on everywhere, and some of the back streets were very shabby and unclean.

Armed with a free map from a local tourist kiosk, near the station, we were able to wander through the city, picking out the places of interest. Unfortunately, as in Antequera, many of the beautiful old buildings have been hemmed in amongst more modern buildings, making photographs of them almost impossible.


by Helga67

Malaguenos like to sit in bars or pubs for hours sipping wine and chatting. Their drinks are mostly accompanied with a small snack (tapa).

The actual name tapa comes from the word for a small plate which was often requested by customers to cover the drink for protection against insects or evaporation. Some small snacks were placed on these covers. In time it became so popular that they became standard.

Some of the best tapa bars are located around Calle Nueva in the heart of the city.

view the magnificent tiles of the shops

by Trekki

Andalucía is famous for it's magnificent tiling work. Tile products are everywhere, as plates, as cups, as flower tubs, whatever you can imagine.

I was fascinated strolling through Malaga Old Town to see even a lot of shops having their shop signs done in tiles.

This one is an example of a shop selling all for flamenco, Andalucías famous dance.

For more tiles in Málaga, please see my travellouge "Málaga tiles in Downtown".

Train Stations

by sue_stone

There are two train stations in Malaga.

When catching the train into Malaga you will arrive at the main train station, which is located out of the town centre.

You then walk along the street for a couple of minutes and enter the local train station, where you can then catch the train into the centre of town (only a few minutes trip)

It was a little confusing and not well sign posted when we were there.

My favorite thing to do anywhere in the world!

by JennEph about (no particular one)

One of my favorite things to do is to go out to Málaga, I highly reccomend any type of seafood...Málaga is right on the water here so you know its fresh! I would have to comment once again on the seafood here...can´t go wrong!


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 Hotel Del Pintor

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Address: Alamos 27, Malaga, Costa del Sol, 29012, Spain