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Lugares emblemáticos en Málaga

Sitio histórico
“XI Century Castle right in the center of Malaga, whose name means 'citadel' in Arab. A landmark of Malaga, a must see! Visit it free on Sundays after 2PM. Hint: take the elevator on Calle Guillén Sotelo, 1, 29016 Málaga directly into the castle. No lines! ”
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Memorial Site
“The main characteristics of this old street in Malaga is its cultural identity. Formerly it was even dangerous to walk around it at certain times of the night, today it is totally safe and it is also the scene of various activities throughout the year. During the Malaga Film Festival the street wears its best clothes with a red carpet. In August and during the Malaga fair, this street is one of the main meeting points during the day. Every year during the month of September takes place the Larios Malaga Fashion Week, a fashion catwalk of Haute Couture for two days and with an influx of public that is around 30,000 people. At Christmas, Larios Street dresses up. Every year it is illuminat”
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Sitio histórico
“Built in the first Century by Emperor Augustus, but discovered only on 1951 (!), is one of the most preserved roman theatres. You can even enjoy a real play during the summer. Enter, sit and feel like a roman descendant, for free - entrance by the Alcazaba palace. Or enter by the interpretation center (left side of the theatre) and discover also the interior. ”
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Castillo
“Fortress-castle on the hill, nice stroll up, amazing view from the Belvedere and the top. Visit the castle free on Sundays after 2PM.”
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Sitio histórico
“Iconic Muslim Castle tells you about the rich history of this land. I recommend taking the Lift right behind the Town Hall to avoid walking up hill but walking down hill instead after admiring the outstanding views.”
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Sitio histórico
“One of the best sunset over Malaga, and great food too. A must in Malaga. And one of our preferred places.”
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Memorial Site
“All too often, visitors to Marbella fly in and out of Málaga without realising what a stunning city this truly is. In comparison, Marbella is just a small town (a gorgeous, coastal, beach town, but still just a town). Málaga is a vast city filled with life and culture and history. It is the home of Picasso, Spain's revered painter and the pulse of the city (in my humble opinion) can be felt and experienced in Calle Larios. While this is considered Málaga's main shopping street, I'm including it here a place to visit because it is beautiful, is in the heart of Málaga and serves as the main artery from which everything else stems. From here, you will find the main cathedral in all its spectacular glory. From here, you can find your way to the Picasso Museum (a must visit). From here, you can spend an evening at El Pimpi Restaurant (which is an experience like no other). From here, you will walk along ancient Roman ruins that you never knew we had. From here, you can walk down to the beautiful Muelle Uno (Málaga's Pier) and browse the shops and eat in the restaurants and cafés. Málaga is the start of your holiday in Marbella but it is so much more. This city is wondrous if you only wander through it... And it all starts from the emblematic Calle Larios. ”
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Sitio histórico
“If you head a bit further East, you’ll get to the beach of Baños del Carmen. This is a relatively unspoilt and quiet beach, covered with coarse pebbles, gravel and boulders. From here you can catch a glimpse of the now dilapidated resort of Baños del Carmen”
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Barrio
“Malaga is culture,...... there is the picasso museum their and plenty of restaurants and bars, there are many old bars in Malaga.Its great to do a bike tour then you can visit them all. Malaga has one of the longest wine producing histories in the world. I love Malaga......”
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Memorial Site
“Called on short calle Larios , it is the most known street on Malaga. Walking street that crosses downtown, between Plaza de la Constitution and Plaza de la Marina (the port). If there is an important event, it is on Larios! Want shopping? Larios. ”
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Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“Se encuentran las paradas de bus para ir a los pueblos de la costa como benalmadena, torremolinos, rincon de la victoria, nerja...”
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Carretera
“Hacen los helados artesanos, los batidos y los granizados con el sabor sin perder el sabor tradicional.”
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Museum
“My favourite museum in Malaga about glass... guided tours in many language... 5€ per person. It´s in a building from 1860!!!!”
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Tourist Information Center
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Carretera
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