Did you know that Malaga is one of the cities with the highest number of museums in Europe? There are more than 30 right now, hosting impressive collections that range from cars to wine, doll houses, music, and of course art! And If you are lucky to be in Malaga on a Sunday you can visit many of them for free! Here you'll find practical info about the main museums and tourist attraction sin Malaga. Centre Pompidou
Gastronomy, culture, tradition, history, innovation. The city of Malaga is a melting pot of opportunities to enjoy a complete vacation. It is also when time is of the essence and, therefore, we suggest a tour of the city centre perfect for one-day visits. A guide with the most interesting points to answer the question that many people ask themselves when they arrive in the capital of the Costa del Sol: what can I do/see in Malaga in a day?
Far away from franchises and big brands, the street Andrés Pérez in Málaga has reinvented itself. Traditional trade, neighborhood initiatives, unique proposals and a savory gastronomy are the main ingredients of this different place. Google claims that its 140 meters can be walked in two minutes: come with us and it will take days. Old timers tell us that back in the day it was impossible to stroll through calle (street) Andrés Pérez. Time passed. The people did too.
Nestled at the foot of a national park and a few kilometers from Nerja and the Mediterranean stands Frigiliana, the only town in the province of Málaga that is considered one of the most beautiful in Spain. Lets dive into its small streets and enjoy its gastronomy, discover its handcrafts, visit unique spaces, and possibly, stay there for good. We invite you to join us. Frigiliana, Malaga © Nacho Sánchez Charo y Javier wanted to abandon the working
Malaga was recently named one of this year’s top 3 emerging tourist destinations by Tripadvisor’s “Travellers’ Choice Awards”, and it’s not a surprise. Being a city in constant evolution, it offers so many things to do and see that it could be hard to decide where to start. But don’t worry: we’re here to help! If you want to make sure not to miss any of the most famous and indispensable hotspots in town, have a look at our selection of the
Malaga is alive. Both the capital and the province demonstrate that each year with a wide variety of activities ranging from gastronomy to movies, traditions, music, folklore or summer “moragas”, festivals at the beach. In Spain Food Sherpas we chose the essential things to do in Malaga in 2017. They may not be the most important ones, but those that we believe will allow you to discover the true essence of Malaga. Take your calendar and something to write.