What to see in Málaga Centro
Situated in the central Buenavista Palace, the Picasso Museum recently unveiled a new narrative discourse that allows you to discover, stage by stage, the artistic evolution of the Malaga-born genius.
If you want to know where to eat in Málaga, the answer is simple: there are restaurants here to suit all tastes, and all price-ranges.
Málaga’s oldest theatre, which stands out for the spectacular canvas that adorns the ceiling of the seating area, is the home of the city’s film festival.
Calle Larios is the perfect starting point for a day of shopping, and it’s the centre of Málaga’s social life too.
Occupying the site of the former Aljama mosque, Málaga Cathedral impresses with both its elegant architectural style and the remarkable views afforded from its rooftop.
The Palacio de la Aduana houses the Museum of Málaga, a cultural flagship exhibiting a collection comprising both art and archaeology.
Peaceful health resorts, evocative Arab baths and innovative spas: Málaga province offers a wide range of water-based therapeutic treatments.
Villalón Palace, in the centre of Málaga, houses the finest existing collection of nineteenth-century Spanish painting.
Going out for tapas in Málaga is an extremely entertaining way of discovering the city itself and, even better, sampling its cuisine in a very affordable manner.