Residencia Universitaria

Margarita Xirgu, 1, Malaga, 29010, Spain
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Malaga or seville or both???

by Mayoush

My husband and one year old and I are going to Andalucia in spain in july for 9 days. I am not sure if we have to stay all those days in Malaga only or seville only or in both. Also if both, where to stay 5 days and where to stay 4 days?

I would love to see Marbella, Cordoba,Granada, Zahara as day trips as well.

I made a search and thought we better visit Granada and Marbella while in Malaga then visit Cordoba and Zahara while in Seville but that will be too much.

If I have to choose, shall I just stay in Malaga or in Seville? Or do you think both are douable.

We love places like Santorini and Positano normally...so mountanious while near a sea....but we also like to sightsee a bit...but it will be difficult with a one year old boy...


If I have to choose to see one thing after breakfast then lunch somewhere then one thing only after lunch in each of those cities what would those be?

Any hotel recommendations in Malaga and or Seville?...we prefer 5 stars modern design hotel clean and centrally located or with good view still near the center...Thanks for any idea or suggestion in advance...

Re: Malaga or seville or both???

by puerto_lover

Difficult to answer. Malaga city is nice and has plenty of great shops and you can find some good hotels in the shopping old centre like AC MALAGA PALACIA

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowUserReviews-g187438-d229663-r65591767-AC_Malaga_Palacio_Hotel-Malaga_Costa_del_Sol_Andalusia.html#CHECK_RATES_CONT

Maybe you prefer a hotelnear the sea side like the VINCCI?

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g187438-d1421168-Reviews-Vincci_Malaga-Malaga_Costa_del_Sol_Andalusia.html

Certainly July will get hotter in Seville so staying by the sea is good.

Maybe you like the idea of staying in front of the Mediterranean and staying in Marbella is nice too. I have found the established hotel El Fuerte in Marbella near the old town to be very comfortable.

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g187439-d228635-Reviews-El_Fuerte_Hotel-Marbella_Costa_del_Sol_Andalusia.html

The new train station at Malaga can take you fast to CORDOBA or even SEVILLE. It takes about 2 hours on the AVANT train to Seville.
Assuming you don't have a car then you need to take a bus to Granada from Malaga.
Times are on www.alsa.es The bus station in Malaga is near the train station.

Re: Malaga or seville or both???

by Mozumbus

If you make Seville and Malaga the base and then make day trips to Granada, Cordoba, etc then you will end up doing too much travelling, as Granada and Cordoba are not only a bit too much a distance for a day trip (3 hours door to door each way) but also are worth more than day trips.

I would recommend you the following:

Malaga - 4 nights: day trip to Marabella
Granada - 1 night
Corodoba - 2 nights: day trip to Zahara (if you mean Madinatul Azhara, otherwise shift one night to Seville)
Seville: 2 nights (see the above observation)

(btw, why do you want to Zahara?)

Alternatively, you can do the following also:
Malaga - 5 nights: day trip to Marabella
Granada - 2 nights: day trip to Cordoba: Granada-Cordoba-Seville
Seville - 2 nights

Malaga is a coastal city, and since you mentioned Santorini and Positano, I will recommend you spending more time in Malaga.
Granada is famous for Alhambra Palace, a must see even if you are not into history, advanced booking is required.
Cordoba is history and culture: fleminco
Seville is history and culture but more commercial

and will you drive a car or do public transportation?

Re: Malaga or seville or both???

by Mayoush

Thank you guys...very much appreciated...will let u know our final plans...

Travel Tips for Málaga

The best part about Malaga was...

by viajera67

The best part about Malaga was the Spanish language course I took and the great apartment I stayed in with fun people. The beach in El Palo is nice, too, and so is the restaurant described below. When I was there (late apr-early may) it was still too cold for swimming, though. My fondest memory in Malaga is being out on the beach at night with friends and a few bottles of Rioja.

more about new congress hall....

by cbeaujean

inaugurated on 22nd of march 2003!
has taken two years and eight months to complete.
the building resembles an enormous fish...

built with unusual materials:
TITANIUM :covering area consists of thin sheets of tianium,treated like gold leaf.
GLASS
MARBLE.three different types of marble,giving
a tremendous visual impact.
WOOD.in ceilings of various halls.
a NETWORK of GALLERIES allows electrical supply,sound,compressed air,water and communications systems to reach any part of the new trade fair and exhibition palace.

Whilst in Southern Spain take...

by gabriellefox

Whilst in Southern Spain take in a litlle more of what Andalucia has to offer away from the coast. The Moorish influence, stark white hill towns, stand out like jewels in the mountains. While the beach resorts draw visitors from around the world, the jems of the region are the sophisticated cities of Sevilla, Granada, and Cordoba. The cuisine of Southern Spain has distinct Arab influences. Rice, lemons, oranges, olives, and grapes figure prominently, as well as spices such as saffron and cumin. The region is famous for its grilled fish, sardines, and fried squid. Some of best jamon serrano (cured ham) is sliced and served as tapas, which are small snacks that originally accompanied a glass of sherry. Tapas range from cold meats or cheeses to elaborately prepared hot dishes of seafood, meat, or vegetables. Yum!

Iberia

by lina112

For national flights, Iberia is the best option to get Malaga. There are flights from main spaninsh airports like Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, etc. Other air companies like aireuropa, spanair, airmadrid, vueling flight to Málaga

Para vuelos nacionales, Iberia es la mejor opción para viajar a Málaga. Hay vuelos desde las principales ciudades españolas, Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, etc. Otras compañias aereas que vuelan son aireuropa, spanair, airmadrid, vueling vuelan a Málaga.

El Pimpi Florida - I can't...

by viajera67

El Pimpi Florida - I can't recommend this enough! It's a hole-in-the-wall dive in El Palo with great seafood and such a fun atmosphere!
It opens at around 9:30, and you had better get there a few minutes early if you want to get a seat. It fills up fast, but no worry, you can always stand, as we did many times. Once the place gets going, you'll want to stay all night, singing along to tunes such as a dance version of a mi manera! Get everything, it's really cheap and fresh seafood. The best dish is Gambas al Pimpi - shrimp in a spicy garlic sauce, served with lots of breat for dipping. Gambas a la plancha (broiled) and Calamari are also wonderful. You'll have to answer a very important question when you get there--Cerveza o Vino!

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