The south of Spain has a wide and interesting offer of tourist destinations, perfect to organize a small weekend getaway or a holiday of more days. An example of this is the Andalusian city of Malaga - in Phoenician Malaka - on the Costa del Sol, one of the corners of Europe most appreciated for its many beaches, its beautiful city with a rich heritage, and for its more than tasty cuisine, like his renowned sardine spits in the Pedregalejo neighborhood, Gazpachuelo, ajoblanco, antequerana batons or fried anchovies.
Because of its enviable location between the Guadalhorce Valley and the surrounding Mountains at the western end of the Mediterranean Sea, this city of Andalusia is one of the most appreciated cities in Spain, both to visit and to live. Its pleasant climate throughout the year, the natural places that surround it with rivers such as the Guadalmedina, make this town present as one of the first options to enjoy a few days of rest, where culture and leisure play also a primary role. Those who wish to explore the most interesting points of the Andalusian city have an excellent opportunity to discover the most important places to see in the city on the free walking tour in Malaga. Sites as important as the spectacular Gibralfaro Castle, or the recommended Alcazaba. Other sites such as the Roman Theater or the Cathedral, are other great examples of the varied offer of sites with great history to see in the city.
Museum lovers have an excellent opportunity to approach Picasso, Carmen Thyssen or the Automobile. One of the main reasons to visit this Andalusian town is its beaches, such as Malagueta, Pedregalejo or Peñón del Cuervo. Other points of interest in the city are the Mercado de Atarazanas, the Botanical Garden, or the lively Barrio Soho, perfect for shopping and getting to know some of the most typical places in the city. People who come to the town for the first time and want to try an experience different from the typical excursions, can do a free tour in Malaga to discover the most important and essential corners, especially if you have little time to visit the city by full.
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