Malaga is one of the most visited coastal cities in Europe. Located in the south of Spain, it is the ideal place for a wide variety of activities, while enjoying an exceptional climate and enviable coastline. Tourists from all over the world choose Malaga every year as the place to enjoy their holidays, either alone or accompanied by family or friends, it is the ideal city to find all types of environments and at all times.
1.- Walk along Larios Street
Calle Larios is the main street in the historic centre of Málaga, comparable to the Gran Vía in Madrid. In this pedestrianised street you can enjoy a pleasant stroll through the shops while savoring an ice cream from the delicious ice cream parlours of all the life there.
2.- Tour the centre of Malaga by Segway
If you don’t like to walk very much, but you want to visit several places in the city, there are many companies that offer to visit the main tourist sites by Segway.
3.-Admiring the Cathedral of Malaga
The Santa Iglesia Catedral Basílica de la Encarnación is one of the most important Renaissance jewels in Andalusia. Also known as “la manquita”, Malaga’s cathedral is located in the heart of the historic centre of Malaga.
4.- Visit the Thyssen Museum in Malaga
Located in the remodeled Palace of Villalón, in the heart of Malaga, we can find works by Fortuny, Sorolla, Julio Romero de Torres, Zuloaga, Picasso and Francisco Zurbarán among others.
5.- Relax in the Arab Baths Hammam Al Andalus
After a long day in Malaga, there is nothing better than a relaxing Arab bath in Hamman Al Andalus. The perfect combination of Water Journeys and relaxing massages that will make you float and caress happiness.
6.- Visit the Birthplace of Pablo Ruiz Picasso
The Picasso Birthplace Museum is located in the heart of the Plaza de la Merced. There we can see recreated as it was the house of Picasso in which he lived with his family, with numerous original objects and family memories.
7.-Take some sardines and fried anchovies skewers.
If after so much sightseeing you get hungry, there is nothing better than to taste the delicious sardine skewers and the fabulous fried anchovies that you can find all over the coast of Málaga. The best of them are in the Pedregalejo neighbourhood, so after that, you can refresh yourself by taking a bath on the beach.
8.-Walk along the promenade and the harbour pier
With the sun already setting, there is nothing better than a relaxing stroll along the promenade of the Malagueta beach or along the pier of the port of Málaga.
9.- Visit the Castle of Gibralfaro
At the top of the hill, is located this magnificent fortification is linked to the origins of the city of Malaga, so the visit is a must. From its walls you can appreciate spectacular views of Malaga and the entire Costa del Sol.
How to get to Málaga
If everything we have told you has convinced you and you have decided to come to Malaga to spend your holidays, you have two options.
You can come by plane. Malaga airport receives dozens of domestic and international flights every day, it is the easiest and fastest way to get to our city. Only 11 kilometres from the city centre, you can hire our transfer service from the airport to your destination. Transfer Taxi Malaga guarantees you maximum punctuality and comfort, we will be waiting for you at the airport before your flight arrives.
If you don’t like the plane, you can also get to Malaga by train. The María Zambrano AVE station offers a quick combination with Madrid, and there are trains arriving all day long from all over Spain. Transfer Taxi Málaga offers you transfers from Maria Zambrano Station to any place in the city.