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It might be hard to rise from the ashes, but it is way harder to outgrow the shadows. And Malaga successfully managed to achieve the latter. For the longest of time, Malaga has been living under the greatness of the Andalucían cities of Granada and it was nearly impossible to one-up its attractions and appeal.
However the city of Malaga managed to refine what it was always blessed with, rich culture and abounding history and in the process even ended up becoming dynamic in its arts and fine dining options. Then again, how can it not become known for its art when it is a birthplace of the renowned marvel, Pablo Picasso?
Perhaps the best part of this city is how it keeps on developing and growing, from just an attractive waterfront, Malaga has now grown to a place with modern chic boutiques, bistros, and classy cafés. At the same time, its traditional taverns and winding lanes are never forgotten. Malaga is the place to have the calmest, most laid back vacations.
Most of the apartments in Malaga opens up to cobbled narrow, winding and flowery streets which have that unique charm of Malaga and are a much welcome relief form the broad streets of big cities with traffic.
Located in the heart of Malaga, this neighbourhood enjoys various features and conveniences. Its prime locations make getting to various attractions easy. The neighbourhood itself is flowing with bars that serve craft beer, murals, artsy buildings and walls. Getting to the beach from here is as easy as hopping into a bus.
To the east of this coast is this beautiful neighborhood that has vacation rentals in Malaga right on the waterfront with breathtaking views.
City Center is just a walking distance away from the historical center of Malaga and has various hotels and eateries.
Everybody knows about Picasso’s paintings but this museum follows and exhibits the life of Picasso right up to his death. Picasso museum is located very near to the house in which the legendary artist was born.
This old cathedral from the 16th century is reminisce of the past with its gothic architecture a lopsided appearance that reminds the onlookers how it was left untouched; just the way its towers were never finished centuries ago.
CAC Contemporary Art Centre:
Showcasing the work of the most talented Spanish artists, this contemporary museum has been able to propel its popularity far across the continents. The museums also house a restaurant and a cafe to make for a day well spent.
Other interesting places to visit in Malaga include:
La Concepción Botanic Garden
Being a coastal city, Malaga has the typical Mediterranean climate with no extreme weather. The summers are warm and the winters are comfortable. Which is why most cafés and eateries in Malaga have an al fresco dining area which makes for an enjoying dining experience any time of the year. The best time to visit this calming city is spring and autumn when the weather is not just peasant but outright gorgeous.
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