Kris Tribuna

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Carreteria 6 - 10, Malaga, Costa del Sol, 29008, Spain
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 24% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families55
  • Couples41
  • Solo57
  • Business33

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base in Malaga

by patricia68

My husband and I want to visit the Andalucia area and thought Malaga would be a good base. We will be travelling on the train. I don't know Malaga and wondered if anyone could recommend which area would have reasonable access to the train station but also not in too crowded an area. We are looking for a flat/apartment. Any advice wuld be greatly appreaciated.

Re: base in Malaga

by patricia68

Thank you Pedmar, I am in the very early stages of planning so no doubt will be on here again asking more questions! but, again, thank you.

Re: base in Malaga

by rlsnyder

We rented a car for the Andalusian part of our Spain trip - that gave us freedom to explore from our base in Estepona. Driving was very easy except for the horrific traffic around Malaga and in the city of Granada.

Travel Tips for Málaga

Ronda is a very nice town, one...


Ronda is a very nice town, one of the oldest of Europe. It is built over a gorge (dividing the medieval and the 18th century parts of the town by a stone bridge)high in the mountains and the view is incredible. Excellent weather!


by Malecka

Yes, to tourist usually it is a huge problem, because not many people speak English. I didn't have a problem, since I love the Spanish language and have been learning it, and like in any other country people react more pleasantly when they hear you speaking their own language (or at least trying to speak).
People are VERY expressive, very dynamic and energetic, quite "talk-ative" which can be a bit tiring when you're trying to buy some food and water at 9 am and you've been partying till 4 am the night before. :-)) Oh, and Andalusia is another places where WOMEN can boost their self-esteem (lots of compliments "flying around")


by Carmela71

Axarquía has not been very known but many northern European people (specially germans) discovered Torrox, Competa and all the area, starting to buy some of the run-down 'fincas' and farmhouses in the area and putting it on the map.

but still this area has not been spoilt by the interest of foreigners.

Look for the wine route through all this towns!


by Malecka

Ok. I was an enthusiast this year and travelled using INTER-rail, and everything was Ok until we reached Spain. I was so angry, that my first impression was terrible. But, it is all about having information. You CANNOT simply catch a train and continue travels. You HAVE TO HAVE a reservation. No, not just for the high-speed ones: FOR ANY. Don't belive what you might read on other web-pages, cause I DID, and I ended up travelling two days through Spain. So, make sure you make reservation about 8-5 days AHEAD and then it is OK. (ask me for details about this issue)
As for me, next time I'm catching a plane - Malaga has its own air port.

Funkiest eatery in Malaga!

by RAINBOWWINGS about Clandestino

The interior of this little gem is just like a French bistro. Wooden tables, rough brick walls and low lighting. The waitresses average an age of 20yrs and are the funkiest little workers Ive ever seen. Cropped hair, piercings, vest tops...oh my God you might say, but believe me the average age of the diner is probably 40yrs! This restaurante has a great atmosphere and is always packed ...mainly with Spanish, and a wide range of customers from business guys to grey haired grannies. Why???...Cos the food is out of this world! If you like duck...go for it! Ive had duck in 2 different ways and both induced ecstatic gasps from me. The salads are to die for...unusual and huge, so we always share one. The desserts are out of this world.

Im not saying anymore...go and try for yourself!


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Address: Carreteria 6 - 10, Malaga, Costa del Sol, 29008, Spain