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Day One: Exploring The City Sights Use your first day to explore the city itself. Book yourself in to the AC Hotel Malaga Palacio by Marriot. You can catch the metro at the airport (head east) and hop off at the Centro Alameda stop. From there it’s only an 11 minute walk (850m) to the hotel. Drop off your bags and get exploring. It’s an easy 6 minutes on foot (450m) to your first stop – The Picasso Museum. It’s open daily from 10:00 and while fares vary depending on what you want to see, the most expensive entry fee is €10. After you soaked up all the Picasso culture, you can (literally) saunter the 3 minutes (290 M) over to the Catedral de la Encarnacion de Malaga. You should bring your camera -it’s... Read More
Day One: Exploring The City Sights Use your first day to explore the city itself. Book yourself in to the AC Hotel Malaga Palacio by Marriot. You can catch the metro at the airport (head east) and hop off at the Centro Alameda stop. From there it’s only an 11 minute walk (850m) to the hotel. Drop off your bags and get exploring. It’s an easy 6 minutes on foot (450m) to your first stop – The Picasso Museum. It’s open daily from 10:00 and while fares vary depending on what you want to see, the most expensive entry fee is €10. After you soaked up all the Picasso culture, you can (literally) saunter the 3 minutes (290 M) over to the Catedral de la Encarnacion de Malaga. You should bring your camera -it’s an absolutely stunning structure. It’s also open from 10:00, so you’ll have no problem gaining entry. By now your probably hungry – head over to the Roman Theatre 5 minutes away. It’s surrounded by restaurants where you can sit outside and enjoy the warm breeze and sunshine and delicious Spanish cuisine. Or just grab a gelato – you know you want to.. Directly behind the Theatre is the Alcazaba – a hilltop medieval Moorish-style fortress that overlooks the sea and has beautiful green gardens. From here, you may as well continue your climb and visit the Castillo de Gibralfaro – the ruins of a hilltop caslte with sweeping views. From there, you can head down the hill towards the pretty town hall palace. It’s only a 10 minute walk back to your hotel from here, but why not walk back via the harbour? Malaga harbour is the second busiest on the Iberian Peninsula. If shopping is your thing, your hotel is hotel is only a 3 minute walk to Malaga’s main commercial district, and it boasts big names such a Berska, Inglot, Stradavarious & many more. Otherwise, why not head to the beach? People tend to forget that Malaga is a seaside city – and La Malagueta beach is as good a place as any to spend a lazy afternoon. After heading back to your hotel to get ready for the evening, head over to “Calle Strachan”, or Strachan street. It’s full of chic eateries, but wait until 22:00 or after if you’d like to eat like the locals do. Spaniards are know for partying late into the night!
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