Malaga in a Binge-Travel: Things to see and do in the city in a quick trip

Malaga is definitely one of the must-visit places when you’re on a visit on Spain.It is one of the cities that offers a type of attraction for each type of visitor who comes to it; from the delicacies of its local cuisine, a lively nightlife or even something for lovers of art and culture.

Without a doubt, Malaga is one of those places that cannot be completely visited in a single trip, but if this city is one of your destinations during a longer trip, here are some recommendations to get the most out of your experience

Malaga in the spotlight! A lot to see and do on the andalucian coast

The first thing you have to know is that when you get to Malaga moving around is quite simple. One of the main and preferred options for tourists with low budgets is to take the train that is near the airport. This will take you for a very low price to where you need to go, having stations in several locations near the center.

Travelers with a wider budget tend to prefer options such as car rentals or transfer services. These are easily found through web searches such as Malaga airport transfer and have the advantage of being tailored to the specific needs of users.

  • It is very traditional and recommended to start off your visit by going to the Atarazanas Market, which is one of the best places to experience the different cultural influences in the Andalusian cuisine. It is an excellent place to shop for fresh ingredients or finding very good places to eat.
  • Your next stop after the market should be the Plaza del Obispo and Malaga’s Cathedral, two of the signature views of a visit to Malaga. If you have some spare time, you can sign up for a guided tour inside of the building.
  • If you want to visit a museum in that same afternoon, Picasso’s museum is one of the best choices for any visitor. It displays many of the artist’s works, on his different stages as an artist.
  • You can walk down to the Plaza de la Constitución when you finish your visit to the museum. This emblematic place is surrounded by Malaga’s most important streets, and it is an excellent place to take a breath before continuing your visit.
  • After this point, going to Pier One is the best option to finish your first day or quick visit in Malaga.


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