Apr 26, 2019 - Apr 27, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Spain is a beautiful and inexpensive vacation destination. Malaga is a port city located on the southern tip of the country's Costa del Sol.
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Using Skyscanner's cheapest month search, we discovered that the cheapest flights were available for the month of January, making a trip to Malaga the perfect way to warm up your winter days.
In Malaga there is one main airport serving this port city. Malaga Airport (AGP) is located 12 miles from the city center of Malaga. The city has public transportation, buses, taxis, and a train system for the region. Rental cars are a great way to explore the city and surrounding region. Check out Skyscanner's awesome deals on Malaga rental cars.
Malga is one of the oldest cities in the world. Today, it is a cultural center with a rich art scene. You should plan a day to visit the local galleries, some of which house the art of well-known artists like Picasso and Gauguin.
Alcazaba is one of the world's best-preserved forts. The Alcazaba dates all the way back to around the 11th century, when it served as the fortress and a palace to the Moorish rulers. It is one of the best examples of early Islamic architecture.
Vibrant and exciting city. Hire a bike and tour guide and see the city on two wheels. Beautiful, interesting and lots to see and do.
Malaga is a big city with nice historical center, decent beaches and plenty of Restaurants and Bar
One of my favourite cities. When we first started visiting the Costa del Sol regularly about 20 years ago it was run down and unappealing. Since then the Andalucian government has spent a great deal of money turning it into one of Europe's great cities. You'll be completely spoilt for choice for bars and restaurants and there are many interesting tourist attractions including the Picasso Museum, the Roman Amphitheatre, the Cathedral and Picasso's birth place on Plaza de la Merced.
Malaga is a buzzing town for shopping and sightseeing, with lots of quality shops and charming restaurants as well as many architectural wonders and impressive museums including the famous Picasso museum.