This city has earned the nickname “Málaga the Beautiful”, and there are plenty of good reasons for it: Málaga is one of Andalusia’s most interesting cities because of its impressive artistic heritage and its spectacular beaches. Wandering through the city centre streets, many of which are pedestrianised and full of shops, is the best way to experience its dynamic and vibrant atmosphere. If you like art, you cannot miss the Roman Theatre, a construction that dates back to the first century B.C. Another must-see is the famous Alcazaba, a Muslim-era fortification that towers over the city. From there, you can also enjoy fantastic panoramic views of Málaga. On the other hand, if you are a Picasso fan,
remember that Málaga is his birthplace and you can visit the Picasso Museum which houses some of his most interesting works of art. Cuisine is another great attraction in Málaga. The city’s proximity to the sea and the mountains has led to the development of a diverse culinary scene, in which seafood dishes sit harmoniously side-by-side with others, like stews, that are more typical of the inland regions. So don’t hesitate and feast on traditional local dishes like deep-fried fish, porra (cold tomato soup), ajoblanco (cold garlic and almond soup), Málaga-style salad, migas (a pork and breadcrumb dish) or berzas (chick pea, meat and vegetable stew). Enjoy Málaga with all your senses!