In front of the bullring is the Reding Promenade, which takes its name from the Swiss soldier Teodoro Reding, who helped the Spanish army defeat the French troops at the Battle of Bailén.
This street joins the center of Malaga with its eastern area and allows for a beautiful walk under the shade of large ficus and a nice array of buildings. In them the bourgeoisie of the 19th century was installed, which hired the best architects of the time to endow them with different influences: they reflect neo-Mudejar elements, towers, tiles of ceramics, arabesques, historicist and regionalist influences and even modernist touches.
One of the most interesting is the one that is housed today by the Museum of the Heritage of Malaga, which has 4,000 pieces that allow knowing Malaga from different points of view, such as urbanism, nature, sculpture or crafts.
To the west, the Paseo de Reding becomes the Paseo del Parque, while to the east it extends, through the Paseo de Sancha and always parallel to the coastline, towards the neighborhoods of Pedregalejo and El Palo.
Paseo de reding buildings © Nacho Sánchez