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What to see in Malaga

What to see in Malaga



The Picasso Museum. Named after the famous painter, who was born in Malaga, the museum houses a permanent collection of over 200 Picasso’s works plus an itinerant collection that changes every month. While you’re there, you can also visit the nearby Picasso’s house, which is open to the public.

The Cathedral. Built between early 1500 and late 1700, merges Renaissance style with the Baroque style of the facade. It has two towers, the north tower measuring 93 meters, while the south one was not completed.

The Alcazaba and Gibralfaro Castle. The Alcazaba is the Moorish fortress dating back to the eleventh century. It represents the perfect fusion between its defensive and decorative purpose with the imposing silhuette and the beauty of its interior gardens. This structure rises on the slopes of Mount Gibralfaro, on top of which stands the castle, another inheritance of the Muslims.
The Alcazaba and the Castle are joined together by a narrow path, that zig zags uphill protected by the ancient walls.

The Malagueta. If you want to take a break from museums and buildings, head for the Malagueta beach, which is located in a residential area of Malaga, just east of the port.


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