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Best things to do in Málaga

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“Málaga's most famous painter of all times. It is a must. Both the collection and building are worth admiring. highly recommended.”
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Art Museum
“Amazing Museo with Carmen's Collection. The Cafeteria counts with an amazing chocolate cake, perfect for a little treat.”
189local recommendations
Tapas Restaurant
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“Most famous tavern/restaurant in Malaga (Antonio Banderas is a shareholder) with nice and good value traditional Spanish cuisine and a very nice atmosphere. Go there on Wednesday night as there is a very good Spanish singer on first floor dining area. lots of Spaniards go too. Malaga centre is beautiful and it is worth a night out if you can.”
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Shopping Mall
“The Muelle Uno Pier is a great weekend evening walk with lots of bars and restaurants, ice cream shops and more. Sunday mornings there is often a flea and artisan market.”
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Historic Site
“Interesting and informative place, very easy to reach - just a few steps up, at the conclusion of the excursion I advise to stop in a cafe with beautiful views of the sea, the landscape and walls of Alcazaba and fix this impression: a glass of wine with olives or a cup of coffee or ice cream for children.”
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Memorial Site
“The main characteristics of this old street in Malaga is its cultural identity. Formerly it was even dangerous to walk around it at certain times of the night, today it is totally safe and it is also the scene of various activities throughout the year. During the Malaga Film Festival the street wears its best clothes with a red carpet. In August and during the Malaga fair, this street is one of the main meeting points during the day. Every year during the month of September takes place the Larios Malaga Fashion Week, a fashion catwalk of Haute Couture for two days and with an influx of public that is around 30,000 people. At Christmas, Larios Street dresses up. Every year it is illuminat”
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Church
“Nice, gorgeous place. Inside seems even more spectacular than from outside. Worth visiting ”
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Theater
“everyday there is something going on , iether a Jazz concert, or a play , or opera, ... ”
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Farmers Market
“Admire the fruits section and have some tapas at the front bars on those high stools over the buzzing city. Authentic taste of the South of Spain. Try the 'Croquetas'!”
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Historic Site
“The free entrance: to the lower part of the theater from the Calle Alcazabilla street through a glass rectangle, to the upper part through the ticket offices of Alcazaba.”
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Art Museum
“The only one delagation of the Paris Pompidou Museum is in Malalaga, enjoy wuth the modern art of pompidou in a sunny city. There is a nice Walk from downtown to cetre Pompidou walkinf throught "Muelle Uno" where you can eat with a nice view of the harbour & Town, Muelle Uno is a touristic Place with Food chains and so on, nice but no Local place”
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Historic Site
“Iconic Muslim Castle tells you about the rich history of this land. I recommend taking the Lift right behind the Town Hall to avoid walking up hill but walking down hill instead after admiring the outstanding views.”
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Plaza
“Bus No 1 & Circular Line 1 (C1) towards the city center and trains station/estazion de autobuses Bus No 1 & Circular Line 2 (C2) from the train station/estacion de autobusses Night bus is No 2 Bus Stop "Victoria/Plaza de La Merced"" EMT No 170”
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Bookstore
“CENTER OF CONTEMPORARY ART: An excellent gallery in the trendy Soho district. Fascinating and thought provoking work from Spanish artists. PRICES: Free admission”
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Neighborhood
“Pedestrian shopping street built in 1891, where the city's most important events are held.”
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Castle
“Castillo Gibralfaro is an interesting place, but it's hard to climb there on foot, I advise you to take the bus 35 to the Paseo del Parque street and drive to the final stop directly to the castle. And then you can walk down to Alcazaba on foot.”
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