Malaga

Malaga is the capital of the Malaga province, and is filled with monuments for those who are interested in spanish history and culture.

On a hill raging over the city is a small castle named Castillo de Gibralfaro. Below that lies the Alcazaba a small Moorish palace with a relaxing atmosfere and many viewpoints over the city. If you are lucky you might spot some of the wild parrots that live in the Malaga province.

Malaga was the home of Picasso and there is a Picasso Museum that displays many of his original works.

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The beautiful cathedral of Malaga is called the one armed lady because the Cathedral never was finished, and therefore lacks one of its towers.

Malaga is a city with a high activity of cultural events and there are several theaters in Malaga that arrange plays and concerts.

Calle Larios is the mains shopping street, and it is located in the middle of the old city center of Malaga. Its windings streets where built by the Moors and are packed with small bars, shops and restaurants.

There is a Moorish bath, or Hammam in the old city center, where you can spoil yourself with one of the many spa treatments that they offer.

Malaga football club plays in the first division, and this gives you the opportunity to see them play against Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Source: Wikipedia

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