Málaga, a thriving major city located on the Costa del Sol, comprises two sections – the original, older city, and the newer modern section. The older city offers much in the way of history and culture, with Moorish and Roman ruins and several museums, while the newer side of Málaga offers a diverse business, shopping, and dining scene, as well as cinemas and theatres, all accessible from your hotel in Málaga.
What are the best areas to visit in Málaga?
Close to your hotel in Málaga there is Calle Larios, which is located in the city centre, offers a diverse shopping experience, with everything from high-end fashion to local artisanal work and souvenirs. The historical quarter of the city is close by, with smaller boutique shops and historical sites to visit. The Port of Málaga offers a range of water sports and boating activities, with excellent beaches nearby. There five major cinema complexes in and around Málaga.
Málaga is all about business
As the capital of the Costa del Sol, the city is geared up for social, economic, and cultural development, and offers the finest in conference venues and top-class hotels. The Málaga Trade Fair and Congress Centre is a new and modern building, equipped with the latest technology and available for various trade fairs and conferences year round.
Where can I go sightseeing around my hotel in Málaga?
One of Spain’s most famous sons, 20th-century painter Pablo Picasso, was born in Málaga. At his place of birth and home in the Plaza de la Merced, you can see an exhibition of photos and other information about Picasso. For those visitors interested in art, the historical quarter’s Museo Picasso Málaga has a range of the artist’s work on display as well as regular exhibitions by other well-known artists. Close by is the Teatro Cervantes, a theatre dating back to the 19th century that still offers a range of year-round entertainment, including plays, comedies, ballet and flamenco dancing, rock concerts, and symphonies. Car lovers would be particularly interested in the Museo Automovilístico de Málaga, or Automobile Museum Málaga, where they can see a range of classic cars of various vintages, from the Belle Époque and the Golden 20s through to the dream cars of Hollywood, all under one roof.