Málaga, Spain

Málaga – this is a place where people are spending their holidays or use the opportunity to polish their Spanish during an educational leave. Why not combining both with a project meeting ? The service employees in Málaga are familiar with many European languages. It won`t be necessary to tantalise them with bad Spanish.

What to do

  • Visit the fortress of Málaga and the cathedral.
  • Enjoy the the local desert wine.
  • Stay a bit longer and have a trip to the Sierra Nevada national park, about 100km east of Málaga.

Where to stay

  • The “Don Curo” Hotel in the “Calle de Sancha de Lara” is quite close to all interesting places in the city centre.

Getting around

  • The public transport system is good. Before renting a car, you should have in mind that you are in Spain, which means that you get in contact with hot-blooded drivers.
  • The airport is pretty close to the city centre – however sharing a taxi with others will reduce your travel cost.

Where to eat

  • A nice Bodeaga is the “el Pimpi” in the Calle de Granada 68. Pay special attention to the walls – you might find some names that you have already heard.
  • The “Pepa y Pepe“, located in the “Calle Calderería” offers excellent Tappas for fair prices. Enjoy the Spanish life.

What to bring home

  • Leather products and any kind of designer clothes are much cheaper than in many other places in Europe. Just visit the “Calle Márques de Larios” and check the prices.

Maps

  • Mapquest

Current weather

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3 comments to Málaga, Spain

  • Lorem Ipsum

    As a collector of real summits (made of rock, not of hot air and marketig budgets), I like to take a tour to the Sierra Nevada national park, about 100km east of Malaga. Summits peaking up to nearly 3000m, with a good view of the Sea.

  • rapunzel

    I recommend tasting the Málaga wine, which belongs to the class of sweet fortified wine.

  • Bologna

    I reccomend the tasty Malaga ice cream

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