lit up Málaga

Europe, food

Honestly speaking Málaga might feel a bit underwhelming after visiting other cities in Andalusia, but anyone flying in or out of this region will likely set foot into the city! Don’t get me wrong, there is still a lot of stuff to do, like climbing up to the Castillo Gibralfaro and enjoying the view it provides!

from Gibralfaro

climbing up the hill

dramatic sky

bullfighting ring and highrises

Muelle Uno

Of course, Málaga has a cathedral that is worth visiting! La manquita (as it has only one arm/tower) can be visited below and above. They sell tickets to visit the interior as well as tours that go onto the roof of the cathedral. The actual roof, not the bell tower.

inside the Cathedral

looking down

Alcazaba and Castillo de Gibralfaro

Not one but two museums are dedicated to Picasso, the most famous son of the city – His birthplace with his statue in front and a small art museum with some of his works.

Picasso’s birthplace

joy of life

Around Christmas time, there is a light show every day at 6.30 and 9pm on the main shopping street – Calle Larios. Pumping music and a spectacular light show draw locals and tourists alike into one massive crowd to enjoy the lights!

light show on Calle Larios


December 27th – 30th 2017

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