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Sabinillas

This area of coast is past Marbella, where the people are simple rather than wealthy and have always lived in this quiet, safe, family-friendly town. The beaches are beautiful and on clear days you can usually see the Rock of Gibraltar. Its promenade is centered around this statue.
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Picasso land

Malaga is a city in Andalusia, capital of the province of Malaga, Spain, with just over 560 000 inhabitants. The city is located approximately one hundred miles from the Strait of Gibraltar, near the mouth of two rivers: The Guadalmedina, which divides the historic center of the new city, and the Guadalhorce. It is also the cultural and economic capital of the Costa del Sol called Despite having found traces of human presence in the region since pre-history, as the dolmen in Antequera, paintings and ceramics in Benaoján in Nerja, Malaga owes its origins to having been a colony founded by the Phoenicians, around the seventh century. C. At the time the city was known as Malka, toponym probably derived from the Phoenician word for "salt" because the industry salting for preservation of food was the most important activity of the day, salt, Hebrew is מלח (melak), and ملح (million) in Arabic. The town was also the Greek colony, Carthaginian, Roman, Arab, was conquered by the Spaniards in the bloodiest moments of the history of the city. During the Spanish Civil War, Malaga was bombed by the nationalists and aviation fascist Mussolini, the attack triggered a massive flight to the Republican zone of Almeria. In more recent times the city has initiated an expansion phase that lasts until today, due to the increasing flow of tourists to the Costa del Sol Malaga is a very lively city, with many fallen monuments by UNESCO, bustling nightlife all year and the holidays that animate the streets for days, as the August Fair and Holy Week celebrations. As throughout Spain, the tapas are a cultural habit that should be avoided if hunger is great: The stomach and wallet not endure. A cheaper alternative to the equally tasty tapas but are the empanadas, purchased in bakeries, and "jar cerveza" costs cheaper than the bottled beers. Be sure to taste the local wines. In conclusion, remember that Malaga is the birthplace of Pablo Diego José a certain Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Trinidad Martyr Patricio Blessed Clito Ruiz y Picasso known as Pablo Picasso.

Terra de picasso

Málaga é uma cidade da Andaluzia, capital da província de Málaga, na Espanha, com pouco mais de 560 mil habitantes. A cidade localiza-se a aproximadamente cem quilómetros do Estreito de Gibraltar, próxima a foz de dois rios: O Guadalmedina, que divide o centro histórico da cidade nova, e o Guadalhorce. É, ainda, a capital cultural e económica da chamada Costa do Sol.

Apesar de terem sido encontrados vestígios da presença humana na região desde a pré-história, como o Dólmen em Antequera, pinturas rupestres em Benaoján e cerâmica em Nerja, Málaga deve suas origens ao fato de ter sido uma das colónias fundadas pelos fenícios, por volta do século VII a. C. Na época a cidade era conhecida como Malka, topónimo derivado provavelmente da palavra fenícia para “sal”, pois a indústria da salgadura para fins de conservação de alimentos era a atividade mais importante da época; sal, em hebraico é מלח (melak), e ملح (milh) em árabe. A cidade foi, também, colónia grega, cartaginense, romana, árabe, foi conquistada pelos castelhanos, em dos momentos mais sanguinários da história da cidade. Durante a Guerra Civil Espanhola, Málaga foi bombardeada pelos nacionalistas e da aviação fascista de Mussolini; o ataque provocou uma fuga maciça para a zona republicana de Almería. Em época mais recente a cidade iniciou uma fase de expansão que dura até hoje, devida ao crescente fluxo de turistas à Costa del Sol.

Málaga é uma cidade muito viva, com diversos monumentos tombados pela Unesco, vida noturna agitada o ano inteiro e as festas que animam as ruas por dias seguidos, como a Feira de Agosto e as celebrações da Semana Santa. Como em toda a Espanha, os tapas são um hábito cultural, que deve ser evitado se a fome for muita: O estômago e a carteira não suportariam. Uma alternativa mais económica aos tapas mas igualmente saborosa são as empanadas, compradas nas padarias, e a “jarra de cerveza” custa mais barato que as cervejas em garrafa. Não deixe de degustar os vinhos locais.

Para concluir, lembro que Málaga é a cidade natal de um certo Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno Maria de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santíssima Trinidad Mártir Patricio Clito Ruiz y Picasso, mais conhecido como Pablo Picasso.
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Mlaga, far more than the capital of the costa del sol

Malaga is much more to me than the capital of the Costa del Sol, Andalusia's second largest city and a major Mediterranean port. By the way: the capital of the Costa del Sol is Marbella? Resdí and worked there for nine months and the experience could not be more rewarding:-Malaga is a very cosmopolitan city, a veritable babel of languages, cultures, races ... which in my point of view is always enriching. Most of its people are hospitable and welcoming and are used to treat well the traveler who arrives first to the city. -Urbanistically, is a modern and functional city. I remember with fondness the following parts of the city: City Garden, quirky neighborhood they come, the cathedral and surrounding area, the harbor and surrounding area, the beach of El Palo, the Alcazaba and the Roman theater, the Larios street with its countless bars , cafes and shops, for those who like these hobbies or the market of the Rose Garden, which I remember being held or held on a Sunday. -The climate is remarkably mild throughout the year with mild winters and hot summers but not end unless the wind blows named Terral. -Finally, a well-known culinary weakness: the delicious grilled sardines. To finish I leave some interesting links: ' http://www.malagaturismo.com/home.jsp' ' http://www.malagaturismo.com/jsp/quever/historia.jsp?opc=1&id_idioma=1' ' http://www.' webmalaga.com / Happy stay in Malaga is a worthwhile experience.

Málaga, mucho más que la capital de la costa del sol

Málaga es mucho más para mi que la capital de la Costa del Sol, la segunda ciudad de Andalucía o un importante puerto del Mediterráneo. Por cierto: ¿la capital de la Costa del Sol no es Marbella?

Resdí y trabajé allí durante 9 meses y la experiencia no pudo ser más gratificante:

-Málaga es una ciudad muy cosmopolita, una auténtica babel de lenguas, culturas,razas...lo que bajo mi punto de vista es siempre enriquecedor. La mayoría de sus gentes son hospitalarias y acogedoras y están acostumbradas a tratar bien al viajero que llega por primera vez a la ciudad.

-Urbanísticamente, es una ciudad funcional y moderna. Recuerdo con especial cariño las siguientes partes de la ciudad: Ciudad Jardín, barrio peculiar donde los haya; la catedral y alrededores; el puerto y alrededores; la playa de El Palo; la alcazaba y el teatro romano; la calle Larios con sus innumerables bares, cafés y tiendas, para quien guste de estas aficiones o el mercadillo de la Rosaleda, que creo recordar se celebraba o celebra en domingo.

-El clima es extraordinariamente benigno a lo largo de todo el año con inviernos suaves y veranos calurosos aunque no en extremo salvo cuando sopla el viento llamado Terral.

-Por último, una debilidad gastronómica muy conocida: los deliciosos espetos de sardinas.
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Mlaga is the capital of the province ...

Mlaga is the capital of the province of Malaga in Andalusia, on the edge of the Mediterranean Sea. It is the central point of the Costa del Sol, and its commercial port is second largest in Spain. It is the birthplace of the great painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso; DDI is a muse to him, Picasso himself wanted the creation of this museum to runir his works in the town where he was n. You can visit the impressive cathedral, in the center of the city. It has been built during the Renaissance and is still unfinished. There is also the Castillo de Gibralfaro and the Alcazaba, two castles to visit Muslim Mlaga. The first castle offers impressive views of the city and its surroundings. The Alcazaba castle is easily accessible and is a monument of great artistic wealth. Advantage is a point vuie on part of the city and harbor. Mlaga is also known to be the heart of a region producing soft and sweet wine; but the ravages of phylloxera were Lowering production only 11,000 hectares against 110,000 previously.

Málaga est la capitale de la province de Malaga en Andalousie, au bord de la mer Méditerranée. Elle est le point central de la Costa del Sol, et son port de commerce est deuxième plus grand d'Espagne.

C'est la ville natale du grand peintre et sculpteur Pablo Picasso; un musée lui est dédié, Picasso lui-même a voulu la création de ce musée afin de réunir ses œuvres dans la ville oú il était né.

On peut visiter l'impressionnante cathédrale, en plein centre de la ville. Elle a été construite pendant la Renaissance et est restée inachevée.

Il y a aussi le Castillo de Gibralfaro et l'Alcazaba, deux châteaux musulmans à visiter à Málaga. Le premier château offre une vue impressionnante de la ville et ses alentours. Le château d'Alcazaba est facilement accessible et est un monument d'une grande richesse artistique. On profite d'un point de vuie sur une partie de la ville et le port.

Málaga est aussi connue pour être au cœur d'une région de production de vin doux et liquoreux; mais les ravages du phylloxera ont rabaissé la production à seulement 11.000 hectares contre 110.000 autrefois.
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A lot to see

Capital and reference city of the Costa del Sol, offers a wealth of activities between cultural and ldicas. Calle Larios, concerning shopping and entertainment in the city, is the main duplicitous connecting culture with leisure. The museums and monuments are among mingle with many restaurants, bars and clubs. The area of ​​the Cathedral and the Bishop's Palace is the beginning of the histrica and monumental Mlaga route to reach the Alcazaba and the annex to the same Roman theater. Worth up to have the tpica panormica city. Several major museums have been established in the city, from the foundation and museum of Pablo Picasso, to the Pompidou, among other interesting alternatives to visit. Finally, visit the Plaza de la Merced and continue along the Paseo del Parque, along its Martim ride.

Mucho que ver

Capital y ciudad de referencia de la Costa del Sol, ofrece gran cantidad de actividades entre culturales y lúdicas.

La calle Larios, referente comercial y de ocio en la ciudad, es la principal artería que conecta la cultura con el ocio. Los museos y monumentos se entre mezclan con muchos restaurantes y locales de copas.

La zona de la Catedral y el Palacio Episcopal es el inicio de la ruta histórica y monumental de Málaga, para llegar hasta la Alcazaba y el teatro romano anexo a la misma. Merece la pena subir para tener la panorámica típica de la ciudad.

Varios importantes museos se han establecido en la ciudad, desde la fundación y museo de Pablo Picasso, hasta el Pompidou, entre otras interesantes alternativas para visitar.

Para terminar, visitar la Plaza de la Merced y seguir por el Paseo del Parque, bordeando su paseo marítimo.
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For those who always associated the m...

For those who always associated the Malaga the most amazing architectural desprimores resulting from growth in tourism gross, I can not but express my surprise when visiting the city. After all lovely, with a core of ancient narrow streets and alleys, but proudly Castilian, Andalusian or better. Malaga extends toward the sea, the mountains on his back of Málaga and follows a river, piped however. The sea is its orientation, with the harbor and marina and maritime many elements of the city. It can be seen why very early on there were people living here and why it is the largest Andalusian city. Tourism has certainly also contributed to this development and its metropolitan area extends to points well known as Torremolinos or Rincon de la Victoria. Walking up the Port to the inland, passes by a huge garden very relaxing, ideal for a little rest, then is embrenharmo us through narrow alleys balconies almost touch each other face to face. The cathedral is an interesting example of Baroque architecture with Renaissance features. Caught in front of a square, surprised by his majesty. The Moors have left their mark here in the Moorish Castle of Gibralfaro and the Alcazar on top of a hill east of the city. Here we can see the whole city and harbor, providing a moment of leisure in a very well maintained. Still worth visiting are the Picasso Museum, the oldest building the Roman theater, the port, the Calle Marques de Larios, a shopping street par excellence of Malaga and more. We all know that Spanish cuisine is rich, and the Spaniards love their tapas, because here you have plenty to choose from, and I will not speak of the "original" with Macdonalds or the like. I suggest before I found a very good (but it tastes of each, is not it?) Accept the Pan y in Cervantes, 5 and Antonio Martin, Plaza de La Malagueta. Both offer very good Mediterranean cuisine with fish and seafood. For any stay a hotel will do, since it lies centrally on my visit I stayed at Eurostars Astoria, with good rooms, though small and a good breakfast and that is across the river Guadalhorce a few minutes west of center. I suggest even the Room Mate Lola , a modern hotel and very close to the cathedral and Calle Larios. For those going for a week, I suggest a holiday apartment in Malaga center and also for being very friendly.

Para quem sempre associou a Málaga os mais incríveis desprimores arquitetónicos resultantes de crescimento turístico bruto, não posso deixar de manifestar a minha surpresa ao visitar a cidade. Afinal encantadora, com um núcleo antigo de ruas e ruelas estreitas, mas orgulhosamente castelhanas, ou melhor andaluzas.
Málaga estende-se em direção ao mar, nas suas costas as montanhas de Málaga e acompanha um rio, entretanto encanado. O mar é a sua orientação, com o porto e marina e muitos elementos marítimos pela cidade. Percebe-se porque é que desde muito cedo aqui houve gente a viver e porque é que é a maior cidade andaluza. O turismo tem certamente também contribuído para este desenvolvimento e a sua área metropolitana alarga-se a pontos bem conhecidos como Torremolinos ou Rincon de la Victoria.
Caminhando-se do Porto para o interior, passa-se por um imenso jardim muito aprazível, ideal para um pequeno descanso, depois é embrenharmo-nos pelas ruelas estreitas de varandas quase a tocarem-se frente a frente. A catedral é um interessante exemplo de arquitetura barroca com traços renascentistas. Presa em frente a uma praça, surpreende pela sua majestade.
Os mouros deixaram aqui a sua marca no Castelo Mouro de Gibralfaro e o Alcazar no alto de um monte a leste da cidade. Daqui se vê toda a cidade e porto, proporcionando um momento de lazer num espaço muito bem conservado. Ainda a merecer visita estão o Museu de Picasso, a mais antiga edificação o teatro romano, o porto, a Calle Marques de Larios, a rua comercial por excelência de Málaga e muito mais.
Todos sabemos que a cozinha espanhola é rica, e que os espanhóis adoram as tapas, pois aqui tem muito por onde escolher, e não vou falar dos mais "originais" com Macdonalds ou outro do género. Sugiro antes uns que achei bastante bons (mas o gosto é de cada um, não é?) o Aceite y Pan, na Cervantes, 5 e o Antonio Martin, na Plaza de La Malagueta. Ambos oferecem boa cozinha mediterrânica com muito peixe e marisco.
Para a estadia um qualquer hotel servirá, desde que se localize centralmente, na minha visita fiquei no Eurostars Astoria, com bons quartos, se bem que pequenos e um bom pequeno-almoço e que fica em frente ao rio Guadalhorce a poucos minutos a oeste do centro. Sugiro ainda o Room mate Lola, um hotel moderno e muito perto da catedral e da Calle Larios. Para quem vai durante uma semana, sugiro um apartamento de férias em Málaga por ser igualmente central e muito simpático.
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Mlaga. park ride

Stroll along the promenade city park of Mlaga. It is located next to the city hall and parallel to the harbor promenade. A very nice ride.

Málaga. paseo parque

Paseo por el paseo parque de la ciudad de Málaga. Está ubicado junto al ayuntamiento de la ciudad y en paralelo al paseo del puerto. Un paseo muy agradable.
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Málaga amazing!

Living in a contemporary city that respects and preserves its incredible history! You leave the modern subway, walk a few meters and are faced with an imposing cathedral built by Catholics kings after the Christian reconquest of Andalusia. More walking a few meters, it is the fortress built during the Arab occupation, and between the two, a Roman theater. Underground city, one can visit constructions fencias. Málaga one story breather today.

Málaga é incrível!

Viver numa cidade contemporânea que respeita e preserva sua história é incrível! Você sai do moderno metrô, anda alguns metros e se depara com uma catedral imponente construída pelos reis católicos depois da reconquista cristã da Andaluzia. Andando mais alguns metros, está a fortaleza erguida durante a ocupação árabe, e entre os dois, um teatro romano. No subsolo da cidade, se pode visitar construções fenícias. Málaga é um respiro de história nos dias atuais.
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Mlaga

City Gate between cultures, old almost as the beginning of man, always visited and enjoyed by all who come to its shores, mountains and villages. Hospitable, warm and bright, is a breath of heart-joy traveler.

Málaga

Ciudad Puerta entre culturas, vieja casi como los inicios del hombre, visitada desde siempre y disfrutada por todos los que se acercan a sus orillas, sus montañas y sus pueblos. Hospitalaria, cálida y luminosa, es un soplo de alegría para el corazón viajero.
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Discover malaga in just 4 minutes. en...

Discover Malaga in just 4 minutes. Enjoy this fantastic province where you will find spectacular scenery. A province with a rich historical heritage in each place you visit. I leave this photomontage where discover part of what I offer this beautiful land. A greeting travelers

Descubre Málaga en tan solo 4 minutos. Disfruta de esta fantástica provincia en la que encontrarás paisajes espectaculares. Una provincia con un gran patrimonio histórico en cada localidad que visites. Os dejo este fotomontaje donde descubriréis parte de lo que os ofrece esta bella tierra.

Un saludo viajeros
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The cold gave us a truce for 4 days

January. Leaving an entirely snowy landscape, from the Catalan Pyrenees, heading south of Spain. The cold gave us a truce for 4 days. Views of the Alcazaba de Mlaga and sb rincn another.

El frio nos dió una tregua durante 4 dias

Enero. Saliendo de un paraje totalmente nevado, desde los pirineos catalanes, rumbo al sur de España. El frio nos dió una tregua durante 4 días. Vistas del Alcazaba de Málaga y algún rincón que otro.
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The best tropical park in europe

The best tropical park in Europe

El mejor parque tropical de europa

El mejor parque tropical de Europa
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Gastronomic tour

A few months ago I was in Mlaga, with some friends and decided to make a tour of the city center, but want to do something different. Therefore, we looked online and found a company that ofreca us a tour of the city center, but visiting the central market, several gourmet shops and three good restaurants downtown. The guide, Eva, was very simptica and were lucky enough to tour for us three alone. What most gust we tour, tasting malagueos wines and variety in restaurants, tried a antequerana club in a vegetarian, CORDOBS flamenqun in a traditional restaurant and a paella in the courtyard, who apparently won a prize the best paella in the world. The price is a little high, but worth it, because they perform small tour, you stick a atracn to eat and drink is almost unlimited. The web is' http://www.malagafoodietours.com'

Tour gastronómico

Hace unos meses estuve en Málaga, con unos amigos y decidimos realizar un tour por el centro de la ciudad, pero queríamos hacer algo diferente. Por ello, buscamos por internet y encontramos una empresa que nos ofrecía un tour por el centro de la ciudad, pero visitando el mercado central, varias tiendas gourmet y tres muy buenos restaurantes del centro. La guía, Eva, era muy simpática y tuvimos la suerte de hacer un tour para nosotros 3 solos. Lo que más nos gustó del tour, la cata de vinos malagueños y la variedad en los restaurantes, probamos una porra antequerana en un vegetariano, un flamenquín cordobés en un restaurante tradicional y una paella en el patio, que por lo visto gano un premio a la mejor paella del mundo.
El precio es un poco alto, pero merece la pena, porque realizan tour reducidos, te pegas un atracón de comer y la bebida es casi ilimitada. La web es' http://www.malagafoodietours.com'
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Discover a new mlaga

Probably when someone mentions Malaga first thing almost everyone comes to mind is: sun, beaches, spits at some bar, August fair ... in short, everything that smells like summer or Easter. Telling this experience, I intend to discover yourself "My Málaga". A new city that steals the heart to all who visit. A city with deep roots but with a strong Andalusian cosmopolitan and avant-garde as offered by large cities. To inspire you to live the experience of discovering the new Malaga, I recommend you start the morning visiting the famous pedestrianized Calle Larios. For me and any shopaholic is our favorite area because there you will find the best shopping and dining areas of the center (c / c Strachan / Bag), although we will discuss later. Once you get to the square of the Constitution Society head toward the street and visit the Museo Carmen Thyssen Malaga, really worth seeing for the permanent collection and temporary home, and enjoy the renovated palace with minimalist style but knowing retain its original charm. Just outside the museum, in the alley that connects the two sides, is one of my stores fetish clothes and accessories of young European designers, Kate's Bazaar, a unique concept store where you can eat, shop and hang out with Noelia is a charm. Another must is to visit museums CAC Málaga (c / Germany), perhaps not as well known but is my favorite for the exhibitions of contemporary artists, is a little further from the center but not less important, in fact, located in the Soho Malaga future rehabilitation. And of course! the darling of the city, our Picasso Museum (c / San Augustine) which together with the Casa Natal (Plza. La Merced) are the two main references that you can find the painter in his hometown. After enjoying cruising around downtown and visit some of the museums that I have recommended, the variety of restaurants you'll find downtown is huge but this is my list of culinary sensations must Malaga: My favorite is the Alea Restaurant for their enclave in a mill of the eighteenth century, restored with minimalist touches, and the variety and quality of its menu based on fresh, seasonal food. You will live the authentic experience of the Mediterranean diet Andalusia. For its decoration New York to more "Sex in the City", Costello & Cocktail Tapas where you can have lunch or dinner for their extended hours (until 2 pm) and then take a drink, but mostly because you will become addicted to the mini burgers gourmet. November, I recommend if you want a light lunch at a local chill out transports you to a perfect beach environment, based on a variety of salads "made it yourself", sandwiches and burgers. And the best thing is that everything is made with organic and all ... I love it!! After lunch, you have to go to the Plaza de la Merced to enjoy the sun and the environment in one of its terraces is a joy, I recommend the Coffee with Books, a tea of ​​the most peculiar and a very nice terrace. But if what you want is something a little stronger Alcazabilla Street, at the foot of the Alcazaba of Malaga, is your site. To this point in the afternoon, I have already my favorite corner, The Last Monkey Juice & Coffee, an air-cafe New York and international environment where the same can read a book in his corner dedicated to bookcrossing, like watching a documentary. But best of all, you lose your head with its wide variety of juices and coffees and of course ... the apple cinnamon muffin. To continue the evening and to experience one of the best sunsets, once you get out of The Last Monkey, go walking around St. Mary Street and Plaza del Obispo Muelle Uno direction until the Palm of Surprises and can finally enjoy the sea, the light, the Marismo, cosmopolitan atmosphere and edgy Malaga, but above all one of the best views of Malaga. Once you've enjoyed the experience of Palm and have done thousands of photos and share them on your social networks, Muelle Uno is the perfect place to keep passing the evening because you will find a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants that will not leave you indifferent . But if what you want is to know the true night Malaga here is my proposal. For starters, eat dinner at Wendy Gamba (c / Fresh) a restaurant / cafe ideal to go from "tapeito" where what you see is not what it seems and, but, try their shrimp fritters and tell me. The first drink you have to drink it to Friends & Mojitos (c / Lazcano) where you will begin to feel the cheerful, open and uninhibited of Malaga to go to laugh, dance and meet new people in Toulouse Club Malaga (c / Echegaray). And to end the night, if the body still holds, I recommend the Lyceum (c / Beatas), a mansion restored into a nightclub where the atmosphere and the music will transport you to the premises of major European cities. Malaga is much more than sun, beach, "fried fish" and skewers ... I hope I have inspired you to discover a new Málaga, MI MALAGA.

Descubre una nueva málaga

Probablemente cuando alguien menciona Málaga lo primero que a casi todos les viene a la cabeza es: sol, playa, espetos en algún chiringuito, la feria de agosto … en resumen, todo lo que huele a verano o Semana Santa.
Contándote esta experiencia, pretendo descubrirte “Mi Málaga”. Una nueva ciudad que roba el corazón a todo aquel que la visita. Una ciudad con profundas raíces andaluzas pero con un fuerte aire cosmopolita y de vanguardia como el que ofrecen las grandes ciudades.

Para inspirarte a que vivas la experiencia de descubrir la nueva Málaga, te recomiendo que empieces la mañana visitando la famosa y peatonal calle Larios. Para mí y cualquier shopaholic es nuestra zona favorita porque allí encontrarás las mejores tiendas y una de las zonas de restauración del centro(c/Strachan y c/Bolsa), aunque de eso hablaremos más adelante.

Una vez que llegues a la plaza de la Constitución dirígete hacia la calle Compañía y visita el Museo Carmen Thyssen Málaga, de verdad, merece la pena verlo por la colección permanente y las temporales que alberga, y por disfrutar del palacio reformado con estilo minimalista pero sabiendo conservar su encanto original.
Justo al salir del museo, en el callejón que une las dos partes, está una de mis tiendas fetiche de ropa y complementos de jóvenes diseñadores europeos, Kate´s Bazaar, un concepto diferente de tienda donde poder comer, comprar y pasar un rato con Noelia que es un encanto.

Otra visita museística obligada es al CAC Málaga (c/Alemania), quizá no es tan conocido pero es mi favorito por las exposiciones de artistas más contemporáneos, está un poquito más alejado del centro pero no por ello es menos importante, de hecho, se encuentra en la zona de rehabilitación del futuro Soho Málaga. Y como no!!! el ojito derecho de la ciudad, nuestro Museo Picasso (c/San Agustín) que junto con la Casa Natal (Plza. La Merced) son las dos grandes referencias que podrás encontrar del pintor en su ciudad natal.

Después de disfrutar paseando por las calles del centro y visitar algunos de los museos que te he recomendado, la variedad de restaurantes que encontrarás en el centro es amplísima pero ésta es mi must list de sensaciones gastronómicas malagueñas:
Mi favorito es el Alea Restaurante por su enclave en un molino del s.XVIII, restaurado con toques minimalistas, y por la variedad y calidad de su carta basada en alimentos frescos y de temporada. Vivirás la auténtica experiencia de la dieta mediterránea andaluza.
Por su decoración neoyorquina al mas estilo “Sex in the City”, Costello Tapas & Coctail donde podrás comer o cenar por su amplio horario (hasta las 2 p.m.) y tomarte luego una copa, pero sobre todo porque te volverás adicta a las mini hamburguesas gourmet.
Noviembre, te lo recomiendo si quieres un almuerzo ligero en un local chill out que te transporta a un perfecto ambiente de playa, basado en una gran variedad de ensaladas “made it yourself”, sandwiches y hamburguesas. Y lo mejor, es que todo está elaborado con productos ecológicos y eso … me encanta!!!!

Después del almuerzo, tienes que ir a la Plaza de la Merced donde disfrutar del sol y el entorno en alguna de sus terracitas es una gozada, te recomiendo el Café con Libros, una tetería de lo mas peculiar y con una terraza muy agradable. Pero si lo que te apetece es algo un poquito más fuerte la calle Alcazabilla , al pie de la Alcazaba de Málaga, es tu sitio. Para este momento de la tarde, yo ya tengo mi rincón favorito, El Último Mono Juice & Coffe, un local con aire de cafetería neoyorquina y ambiente internacional donde lo mismo puedes leer un libro en su rincón dedicado a bookcrossing, como ver un documental. Pero lo mejor de todo, es que perderás la cabeza con su amplia variedad de zumos y cafés y como no … su muffin de canela y manzana.

Para continuar la tarde y vivir la experiencia de una de las mejores puestas de sol, una vez que salgas de El Último Mono, ve paseando por calle Santa María y Plaza del Obispo dirección Muelle Uno hasta llegar al Palmeral de las Sorpresas y por fin podrás disfrutar del mar, la luz, el marismo, el ambiente malagueño más cosmopolita y vanguardista, pero sobre todo, de una de las mejores panorámicas de Málaga.

Una vez hayas disfrutado de la experiencia del Palmeral y haber hecho miles de fotos y compartirlas en tus redes sociales, Muelle Uno es el lugar idóneo para seguir pasando la tarde-noche porque encontrarás una variedad de tiendas, locales y restaurantes que no te dejarán indiferente. Pero si lo que te apetece es conocer la auténtica noche malagueña aquí va mi propuesta.

Para empezar, cenaría en Wendy Gamba (c/Fresca) un restaurante/café ideal para ir de “tapeito”, donde lo que ves no es lo que parece y, sino, prueba sus churros de camarones y me cuentas. La primera copa tienes que tomártela en Friends & Mojitos (c/Lazcano) donde empezarás a palpar el carácter alegre, abierto y desinhibido de los malagueños para pasar a reírte, bailar y conocer gente nueva en Toulouse Club Málaga (c/Echegaray). Y para terminar la noche, si es que el cuerpo aún aguanta, te recomiendo el Liceo(c/Beatas), un palacete rehabilitado y transformado en discoteca donde el ambiente y la música te transportarán a los locales de grandes ciudades europeas.

Málaga es mucho más que sol, playa, “pescaíto frito” y espetos … Espero haberte inspirado a descubrir una nueva Málaga, MI MÁLAGA.
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