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Alcazaba
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Castillo de Gibralfaro
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Malaga Cathedral
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Fundacion Picasso - Museo Natal
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Malaga Cathedral
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Malaga Cathedral
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Church of Santiago
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Iglesia de San Felipe Neri
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Fuente de las Tres Gracias
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#1 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
Our guide was excellent and very informative - highly recommend this site/experience.
See three room and you have seen the most wonderfull sights in the world!
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#2 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
Take a walk near Alcazaba and a City Hall thought the beautiful rose garden and go up the hill to find the astonishing view of Malaga, city harbor, arena for bullfighting and lot's of beautiful vegetation.
The climb to Castello de Gibralfaro is quite challenging, but is so worth it: great workout with beautiful views along the way.
#3 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
It's strange that this superb architectural and visual treat is so quiet and unnoticed...if this was in Rome we would be paying handsomely to view it.
If you only have time to visit one site, make sure it is this one.
#4 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
Beautiful courtyards and gardens, fantastic Moorish architecture atmospheric, with fantastic views from the ramparts.. lots of interest undercover too if its raining outside, and shade in the heat of the sun .
easily accessible and next to Roman amphitheatre this old castle and buildings provides great views of Malaga but also shows Islamic architecture and gardens - really lovely! a great preview before going to Cordob...
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#5 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
Clean, lovely views, lots of varying eateries, boat trip was invigorating, horse trip very pleasant, sat in park & read books and people watched, very chatty paraqueets, its a perfect spot!
Always a pleasure to stroll by the port and a real treat for us from the North of Europe to enjoy the November sunshine and enjoy a late afternoon Gin & Tonic at the end of the day, watch the sunset and the view o...
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#6 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
Part of a walking tour we did of local sights the cathedral is beautifully designed, perfect to admire inside and out as well as finding it perfect to sit and contemplate life.
The Cathedral is very interesting and the décor and high arches makes it very interesting from an architectural point of view also the impressive glass art work in the windows are excellent
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#7 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
For people visiting usual sights of Andalusia but also wanting to discover different attractions, the CAC is a place to go.
We came to Malaga to specifically view this exhibition, a retrospective of the American artist Mark Ryden (until march 5th 2017).
#8 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
You can get up here through walking tours, segway tours or hop-on/off bus tours.. Highly recommend the segway tours as it is the best way to have a view of the coastline throughout your journey up!
You can definitely get the most stunning views on Malaga and the surroundings - we purchased the combined visit tickets (Gibralfaro + Alcazaba) and enjoyed half a day climbing the mountains and visiting the Castillo.
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#9 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
We had dinner there one evening in a restaurant with an excellent view of the cathedral at sunset - when walking through Malaga I would highly recommend spending at least a few minutes in this square as it is a gem!
Lovely plaza with shops, tapas restaurants and places to sit and take in the wonderful sights.
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#10 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
Fantastic view, Tremendous atmoushere!
A lovely stadium (incidentally with great views of mountains over the back of the main stand).
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#12 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
There are great coffee shops and tapas restaurants to sit and relax and take in the views.
Immaculately clean and impressive to view
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#13 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
At night the party moves out of Malaga centre to the Feria site.
#14 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
The Teatro is a must see in Malaga the Roman Ampitheatre is spectacular and the Alcazabilla is attached to this, its a really interesting Moorish fort, but the Gibralfro is more spectacular and gives better views...
You can also sit at a bar across the square after your visit and enjoy a glass of Malaga Virgen wine whilst admiring the beautiful view.
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#15 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
... & the views in all directions were amazing, you can see for miles, we were lucky as it was a very clear day, l would recommend you give it a go, l’m glad l did as it gives you a different view of a beautiful city
Excellent views and excellent photo ops.
#16 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
A must see free attraction, enjoy a pleasant walk and take in the spectacular views, the spectacular architecture, a hidden gem lovely gardens with trees to take shade and pleasant areas for a bench picnic.
Lots of unusual trees to view and safe place to walk with plenty of benches to stop and sit on for a rest if you need it.
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#19 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
Did I mention it's also romantic, historical sites to see and they've still maintained the cobble stone streets from decades ago.
A lovely plaza surrounded by restaurants with a view of Picasso's birthplace in one corner,
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#21 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
It's always good as a landmark.
Very intriguing statue with the node and lips visible from multiple views as they reveal themselves from the mass of black stone.
#22 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
There are many shops and restaurants leading along the promenade, all with a spectacular view and gentle sea breeze.
There are taverns and restaurants lining the walkway and wonderful views back toward the towering cathedral and the overshadowing castle.
#26 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
A Interesting Historical Site
#27 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
One of four new churches built in the 1490s during the Reconquest and built on the site of a mosque.
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#30 of 87 Sights & Landmarks in Malaga
The standout features are the wonderful Gothic doorway believed to have begun around 1500 at the foot of the mosque which predates the church on the site.