Malaga is hot! As this Spanish city with the highest growth in tourism over the last years, Malaga deserves it’s own practical and fun travel guide, written and designed with todays traveller in mind. Malaga is not known for its rich history, but there are (particular) in the eastern part of the city many beautiful buildings.

Especially on the weekends and during the holidays it’s nice to go out in the evening. The carnival and town festivals Malaga are famous in Spain. Malaga Beach is located on the east side of the city and is visited mainly by their own people. Another beautiful thing is the port area Muelle Uno. This new, almost futuristic-looking open-air shopping center is right by the sea. You will also find numerous restaurants and terraces here.

Below you find the top 10 sights Málaga. The city of Málaga has a lot to offer to its visitor. If you’re only on a visit, but you still want to see the beauty, visit one or more attractions listed below.

  • Fort Alcazaba
  • Roman theatre Alcazaba
  • Castillo de Gibralfaro
  • Cathedral
  • Atarazanas market
  • Plaza de Toros
  • Picasso Museum
  • Botanical garden
  • Buenavista Palacio
  • English cemetery


Looking for the perfect Travel guide for Málaga?

Travel Guide Malaga is a practical guide which will show you all the best places in town.
It included also a city walk and a map. It’s for sale via amazon.co.uk or the tourism office in Malaga (near the port).

Hop-on-Hop-off Bus

Explore Malaga, the capital of the Costa del Sol with a 24-hour ticket for the open double-decker. You can see all the important sights of Malaga, touring with the hop-on and hop-off on 15 easy located stops around the city. With stunning views from the top of the bus, strategically placed stops and an interesting commentary, this is really the best way to see Málaga.

You can get on and off of this open double as often as you want. There are 15 stops and the entire route takes approximately 90 minutes. The bus leaves every 30 minutes from each stop. Tickets are valid for 24 hours from the first use.

Starting point: Central Bus Station, but you can also board from one of the 15 stops and show your voucher.

Prices and tickets are available via www.city-discovery.com.