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    View of some of the information center
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    One of the exhibition rooms on 2nd floor
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  • 1. Malaga Streets

    A lot of Malaga is ugly blocks of urban sprawl flats, but in the old centre you can find a beautiful heart. Full of narrow sometimes cobbled pedestrian streets winding in and out of each other. You...

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  • 2. Costa del Sol Towns

    My favorite thing was the horse and carriage ride in the center of Malaga. Picking a favorite thing was tough- Malaga is so interesting- beautiful cathedral, gorgeous sea views - travel on the coast-...

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  • 3. Excursions

    better to rent a car,among a lot: www.hellehollis.com 1.GRANADA,alhambra :you must book the visit sooner as possible,see my "local customs" tip! 100km,one hour,speedway 2.SEVILLA...

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  • 4. Cathedral

    February 23, 2011 Hans and I, along with Bajondillo friends Gino and Fina, visited Malaga. One of the highlights was to see CATEDRAL DE MALAGA or MALAGA CATHEDRAL. It is also called the Cathedral of...

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  • 5. Picasso Museum

    the totally refurbished 16th century "palacio de los condes de buenavista" on calle san agustin (100m from the cathedral) is since 27th of october 2003 the new important museum devoted to the...

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  • 6. Alcazaba

    Alcazaba probably was one of the nicest things I've seen in Malaga. Just don't have rush, like my colleagues did, and don't think that Alcazaba is the same thing as castle of Gibralfaro - yes, you can...

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  • 7. Gibralfaro Castle

    A huge castle hight on the hill - worth going up, just be careful not to wear some slippery shoes or sandals because the stone they used to cover the road is a very slippery one. From castle you can...

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  • 8. August Festival

    Taking place for one week from the third Friday in August, it commemorates the recapture of the city from the Moors in 1487 and the cities inclusion under the Castillian crown. The feria during the...

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  • 9. Beaches

    Malagueta Beach is just east of the center of town, south of the bullring. The beach was artificially created in the 19th century using sand imported from North Africa. Still a beautifully maintained...

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  • 12. BISHOP'S PALACE - PALACIO EPISCOPAL

    Opposite the Cathedral in Malaga stands the 18th century BISHOP'S PALACE or Palacio Episcopal. The building is stunning with its brick arches of Mudejar style....

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  • 13. Olive Oil

    I wouldn´t go for the Olive Oil, I´m Spanish from the South and we are very proud of our Olive Oil, and think it´s the best, no matter what.........I would...

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  • 14. fisherman's houses

    From the road you squeeze down an extremely narrow alleyway passing these quaint little roads to get to the Pedregalejo beach.They were once cheap downtrodden...

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  • 15. Malaga

    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...

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  • 16. Explore and enjoy

    To fully appreciate Málaga, spend some hours exploring the tiny backstreets with their Moorish character, explore the many churches, squares and historic...

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  • 17. A LITTLE BIT ABOUT MALAGA

    MALAGA is the major coastal city in Andalucia. The Moors occupied Malaga until the mid 15th century. It grew to become one of the foremost merchant centers in...

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  • 18. LA FAROLA - THE LIGHTHOUSE

    The Lighthouse or LA FAROLA is one of the best-known features of Malaga and can be seen in my picture of the Malaga Harbour.Its name in Spanish is unusual, the...

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  • 19. One man's meat........

    .....is another man's poison. Everybody is entitled to their opinion and for those who like Malaga, fine.However, having been around Malaga so much, I...

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  • 20. Malaga Town

    Most people just get to the airport and can hardly wait to get out of town ASAP.Take a day and explore Malaga itself - brilliant place - don't know why more...

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  • 21. Plaza de la Merced

    Ok, close to the Plaza del General Torrijos there’s a tunnel taking you directly to Plaza de la Merced – a place very much ALIVE, full of bars, cafes and of...

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  • 22. Elisabeth style door

    thie si one of the back doors of the catedral complex, while doing the photo, the group of retired people that were outside the Picasso Museeum pass by, one of...

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  • 23. The concrete river

    Málaga is split into two halves by the Guadalmedina River, which flows from the mountains some 30 miles or so away. The River is much prettier in the mountains,...

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  • 24. A walk in the park

    Suddenly you leave the city, and find yourself walking along the Paseo Del Parque, filled with its wonderful trees and statues. On the other side of the...

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  • 25. Open your eyes and your mind even more!

    I would take someone to the beach and spend the day walking up and down it...the beaches are beautiful! My favorite thing about Málaga is that everyone...

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