A Short Trip to Malaga

Spain, Malaga Guide (B): A Short Trip to Malaga

Malaga is the capital city of Malaga Province in Spain. It is famous for Pablo Picasso’s birthplace and the typical Mediterranean sun and sand. We visited this beautiful city in the month of June for 2 days.

Malaga is a little laid back city as compared to Barcelona and Madrid. People are friendly, happy and loud. The city offers few historical attractions and beautiful sandy beaches.

We arrived at Malaga in the late morning by plane. From the airport, by bus, it took about half an hour to reach the city center. Malaga, in the first impression, was a city with lots of greenery and artistic buildings.

We checked in the hotel and then started exploring streets and lanes of the city. As it was the summer season, there were lots of tourists in the city (and so we). All the streets were so clean and smooth that they looked as if polished. I was puzzled by their appearance. Shops were nicely decorated with all trendy clothes and accessories.

While walking through narrow lanes, we reached Plaza de la Merced. This is one of the beautiful squares of the city. The large obelisk is present in the center of this big square. The famous artist Pablo Picasso’s birth house is nearby. It is now converted in the museum. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: A Short Trip to Malaga
Guide Location: Spain » Malaga
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Teatro Romano   Alcazaba palace   Malaga cathedral   Malaga’s Park   Fuente De Las Tres Gracias   Plaza de la Marina   Plaza de la Constitución   Calle Marqués de Larios   Plaza de la Merced   Pablo Picasso’s birth house  
Author: Varsha Gawai
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