The hotel Vincci Málaga Spain is one of the best options in hotels in Málaga. This is a modern, recently-built, exquisitely decorated hotel featuring Vincci Hoteles’ quality of service.
Located between Málaga Cathedral and Paseo del Parque, AC Hotel Malaga Palacio features a rooftop swimming pool and views of Málaga’s port. It has a gym and rooms with flat-screen TVs.
The AC Hotel Malaga Palacio has simple, contemporary décor throughout. Each of its rooms has a minibar and satellite TV channels. WiFi access is available at an extra cost.
The hotel restaurant offers a buffet breakfast and a selection of Spanish cuisine. The stylish dining room offers panoramic sea and park views. Gluten-free menus are available on prior request.
Situated 5 km from Málaga – Costa del Sol Airport, this modern hotel offers an outdoor swimming pool surrounded by a sun terrace and loungers. Free Wi-Fi access is available throughout. Hilton Garden Inn Malaga is 1 km from the Martín Carpena Sports and Aquatic Centre. Málaga city centre and port are 5 km away, while Málaga Convention Centre is a 5-minute drive from the property.
Car rental can be arranged by the tour desk at Hilton Garden Inn Malaga, while the 24-hour reception allows guests flexibility during their stay. Private covered parking is available, at an extra cost. The restaurant at the property serves Mediterranean cuisine. Guests can enjoy meals on the restaurant’s terrace by the pool or relax with a drink in the bar.
Carretera de Cadiz is a great choice for travellers interested in sunshine, warm weather and beaches.
Dirección: Avenida Velázquez 126, Málaga, 29004, España
Offering free parking and easy access to the A7 Motorway, Málaga Nostrum Aeropuerto is 5 minutes’ drive from Málaga Airport. It features a seasonal outdoor pool, a games room and free Wi-Fi in rooms.
Bright, modern rooms are air-conditioned and feature a flat-screen satellite TV, minibar and work desk. All have a private bathroom with a hairdryer and amenities. Breakfast is available in the hotel restaurant. There is a snack bar and room service is also offered.
There is a 24-hour reception, and you can hire a car or bicycle from the tour desk. The beach is 4 km away and you can drive to central Málaga in 10 minutes.
PERIOD 19th century DESCRIPTION At the end of the 19th century, José Campos Garín, Marquis of Iznate, built this group of houses known as the Casas del Campo. Made up of two blocks, separated by a street, one of these flats was occupied by Picasso during the part of his life he spent in Malaga. The façades are structured on five levels, divided by running projected cornices and the roofs are double gabled. The ground floor comprises the access doors to the dwellings and windows protected by grilles. There are a further three floors with large balconies and an attic. Malaga Town Hall purchased the house and in 1988 it became the headquarters of the Pablo Ruiz Picasso Foundation, which conserves documents and bibliographies of the artist, as well as holding diverse cultural events there.
Price: 1 euro. Opening Times: 10:00 – 20:00 h.
Address: PL MERCED 15, 29012 Málaga
Electronic Mail: email@example.com
This museum is located in the Buenavista Palace, a 17th century Renaissance building and the most important example of stately home architecture of the period. The donations made by Christine and Bernard Ruiz-Picasso, a total of 155 works by Pablo Picasso, have been the cornerstone of the whole of this project.
Over 200 works of art, between paintings, drawings, sculptures, ceramics and etchings, constitute a testimony of this artist’s long and prolific career, from his academic beginnings to his final paintings in the 70s, making this permanent collection an illustration of Picasso’s extraordinary artistic eye. The museum also displays the Phoenician remains found during the renovation of the Palace. Apart from the permanent collection, the museum also organises temporary exhibitions and, from time to time, a series of parallel activities related to the figure of Picasso: workshops, conferences, concerts, courses, etc.
Price: 6 euros.
Opening Times: 10:00 – 20:00 h.
Address: CL SAN AGUSTIN 8, 29015 Málaga
Electronic Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Price: Price: permanent exhibition: admission: 6 ¿ reduced admission: 3,50 ¿ / temporary exhibition: admission: 4 euros reduced admission: 2,50 euros/ combined ticket: admission: 8 euros reduced admission: 4,50 euros
Opening Times: Opening hours: From Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 8 p.m. / Closed: Mondays, December 25 and January 1.
Address: CL COMPAÑIA 10, 29008 Málaga
PERIOD – 11th – 15th century DESCRIPTION This impressive building, built mostly in the 11th century, was the palace-fortress of the city’s governing Muslims. It was built on the summit of a hill, adapted to the relief. It is formed by two walled areas, the lower, which is a huge space that follows the topography of the hill and surrounds the upper part completely. This latter, within which the palace stands, is also adapted to the lines of the hill and has strong defensive elements at each end. It has a lift that runs from calle Guillén Sotelo, behind the Town Hall.
Price: Price: admission: 2,20 euros / combined ticket Alcazaba-Gibralfaro: 3,55 euros / reduced admission: 0,60 euros (inhabitants of Málaga, children between 6 and 16 years, students and pensioners and large families) / free admission: every Sunday from 2:00 p.m. until closing.
Opening Times: Opening hours: in summer: from 9:00 a.m. to 8:15 p.m. / in winter: from 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. (on Mondays: from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.) / Closed: February 28, December 24, 25 and 31, January 1 / (The schedule change from summertime to wintertime and vice versa coincides with the official change from winter and summer.)
Address: CL ALCAZABILLA 2, 29012 Málaga
Electronic Mail: email@example.com
This new (relatively) waterfront shopping centre is probably one of my favourite stops when I wonder in to Málaga city centre. With spectacular modern architecture and a fantastic selection of shops and restaurants, Muelle Uno provides the perfect setting for a family outing.
Málaga’s newest attraction is ideally split into 3 different areas: Services and accessories, fashion and restaurants. Another great advantage is that the complex offers a large underground parking area which means you won’t have to tackle the Málaga traffic for too long.
Muelle Uno is ideal if you just fancy a quiet stroll along Málaga’s waterfront and do a little window shopping (or the real thing) but is also great if you have kids as there are plenty of facilities and activities to keep them amused.
Just follow road signs into the centre of Málaga and either park in the main Alameda underground parking area – Muelle Uno is just a short walk from there – or follow signs to the Muelle Uno parking area.
Perhaps the most emblematic street of Malaga and the most known and central, is the Marquis de Larios or CAlle Larios .. as the locals call it. Larios street is named after Manuel Domingo Larios Larios, II Marquis of Larios, the promoter of the textile industry development in the city during the XIX century. In May 1880, at the same time they put a statue of the Marquis de Larios at the end of the main street, it was also given the name Marqués. With the proclamation of the Second Republic in 1931 the street was renamed calle 14 de abril, the statue that paid homage to him was demolished by the crowd and thrown into the sea. In it’s place they put a statue of the worker who since then has been at the foot of the statue of Marqués. At end of the civil war and by order of Franco, statue was rescued and returned to it’s place, and the street regained its name. Not long ago, the street was pedestrianized, it’s a delight to walk here contemplating the many shop windows in both sides, as well as sculptures by renowned artists. In summer is usually covered with to make the heat bearable or “land wind” that province “suffers” from.
Once a market, always a market. Mercado Central de Atarazanas is situated on the site of the old Moslem “Atarazanas” (boatyard). Dating back to the 14th century, the site has probably always been utilized for trading, and Fish and seafood stands now dominate the market still.
For visitors to Malaga, getting fresh local vegetables or seafood makes this market a popular spot year round. While in Malaga make sure you stop by for fruits out of season where you come from. Enjoy this refreshing architectural site while you munch on a fresh orange or mango.
Trattoria Lorenzo is located in the recently pedestrianized Plaza de la Merced, birthplace of Pablo Picasso and one of the liveliest squares in town.
The warm and friendly atmosphere is typically Italian, thanks in part to the decoration based on photos and objects from the Italy of old. Their stone-oven baked pizzas, varied home-made pastas, salads and general menu items will not leave you indifferent, and will give you a true taste of Italy.
Plaza de la Merced 5
T 952 22 91 96 Website: http://www.lorenzotrattoria.com
Alea is a reference point for gastronomy in Malaga. It is located on Calle Fajardo, less than 100 metres from the Thyssen Museum and in the pedestrian area of the City.
The building and its décor combine tradition with modernity, with almost 300 years of history but refurbished with elegant, spacious and naturally lit dining areas, vanguardist in style. In addition to the area reserved for formal lunches and dinners, there is also a “tapería”, for trying Spain’s famous unique small portions (tapas), skewers and “raciones” (larger portions for sharing).
Alea offers unique flavours and sensations, guaranteeing a pleasurable, quality eating experience, together with maximum comfort and excellent service. Close attention is paid to basic ingredients, with top quality dishes following Andalusian tradition, with a fresh touch thanks to new and surprising combinations. Alea regularly adapts its menu, creating and experimenting with new flavours inspired by seasonally fresh produce and endorsed by the magnificent Mediterranean diet.
Calle Fajardo 11 City Malaga T 952 218 639 Website http://www.restaurantealea.com email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fábrica de los Sentidos is located next to the house where Pablo Picasso was born. The restaurant’s interior is modern and offers spaces to enjoy formal dinners, tapas or a cocktail. Our terrace has sun all day! Come and discover your hidden senses.
Numero de telefono 951004141 Website www.lafabricadelossentidos.com