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Built in the eleventh century during the Hammudid dynasty, the Alcazaba of Malaga is a palatial fortification. Located on a hill adjacent to the entrance of the Roman theater, it is the best-preserved Alcazaba in Spain. The Alcazaba contains two citadels, the outer citadel and the inner citadel. 'Puerta de la Boveda,' i.e., the Vault Gate, was the main entrance for the outer citadel, but now it is accessible through elevators. Passing through the 'Gate of the Columns,' the pathway winds up through the manicured garden and elaborated fountains. The inner citadel is reachable through the Gate of the Granada Quarters. It was the resident of the royal kings and governors.
Located in the birth town of the great artist, Museo Picasso is the museum dedicated to Pablo Ruiz Picasso. Opened in the year 2003, it exhibits around three hundred works of Picasso in the Buenavista Palace donated by Picasso's family members. It also holds Museo Casa Natal which is the 'Birthplace Museum.' Malaga Museum of Picasso opens at 10:00 am and closes till 7:00 pm.
El Castillo de Gibralfaro
Located on a hill in the south-eastern part of Spain, El Castillo de Gibralfaro is a foothill at the height of one hundred and thirty meters. It is a part of the Cordillera Penibetica which features the Castle of Gibralfaro at its top overlooking the city, Malaga, and the Mediterranean Sea.
Cathedral of Malaga
Located in Andalusia, the Cathedral of Malaga is a Roman Catholic Church constructed under the Rennaisance architectural tradition. The church opened in the year 1782 and surrounded the Alcazaba and the Castle of Gibralfaro. You can visit it between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm for all the days.
Malaga- the most impressive city of Spain. Loaded with glorified past and brimming with a youthful vigor which haughtily acknowledges the multi-layered history; Malaga gave the world 'Picasso' which has transformed itself into a spectacular look with half a dozen new art exhibits and galleries, a nascent art district 'Soho', and a radically rethought port area. Lies on the Coast of the Sun of the Mediterranean, Malaga is the largest southernmost city of Europe. The Spanish core bar scenes put bags under the eyes of an insomniac madrileno, and the food culture encloses both, the tastefully tatty fish shacks and the Michelin stars.
How to Get Tickets?
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How To Get Around?
Getting around in Malaga is quite easy. You can explore this beautiful city through shared cars, trams, taxis, buses and cabs. Hiring or renting any vehicle is suitable for the leisure outing. Trams and ferries are the most economical mode to travel in the city. Public transits are also available on the major tourist spots. Moreover, nearby attractions are excellent to explore on foot.
What Should I Wear?
Bring the apparel of your choice. Pack a pair of jeans or trousers for a slightly low temperature at night. Long pants and stylish tops are also an excellent substitute for a dress if you opt for a nice dinner or night outing. June tends to be a little cooler than July and August. You can get warm clothes, shrugs, and a pullover for an occasionally chilly day. Moreover, try to have lightweight outfits, so it will be easy for you to carry. Closed toe shoes, sneakers, and flat sandals are right to choose as footwear. Additionally, you can include an umbrella and sunglasses.
Best Time to Visit
Malaga is best to explore in March when the climate transits between spring and winter with the average temperature of twenty degrees Celsius. April to September offers pleasant weather with the blooming of spring and falling of autumn.
Will I Need a Guide?
No. You will not require any guide. This website provides you with all the necessary information regarding the tour which guides you the best.
How To Get There?
Malaga offers plenty of modes for getting into the city. You can choose any of the means suited to your budget. Malaga International Airport is the main gateway to the city. It is the fourth biggest international airport of Spain that serves the city with multiple international and domestic airlines. You can also reach Malaga by car, bus, train, and boat. Maria Zambrano Station connects the city to its neighboring towns. The roads connect well with the significant leading highways which make the journey convenient for those who travel through cars and vans. You can also enjoy the ferry ride if you are coming from Melilla.
Carry a water bottle throughout the excursion. Take care of your belongings and valuables. Carry credit and debit cards instead of money. Don't miss any attraction of this beautiful city.