Main monuments of Málaga

Plaza de la Marina

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This square located in Malaga's downtown is one of the most iconic spots of the city thanks to the elegance of the buildings that surround it. In its centre, you will find a water fountain, high palm trees and gardens. ...

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Pedregalejo

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It is an old fishing East Malaga district. During the IX and early XX century, Pedregalejo housed the summer residences of Malaga bourgeoisie. Nowadays, this neighborhood prevails spanish academies, the residences, bars and hostels that overlook the prome ...

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"Los Amorcillos" Fountain

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Get knowing the baroque fountain built in 1967, designed by the famous architect Ruiz de Luna. The sculpture was moved from its original place, and now it is in a more attractive environment, where was located the old ducks pond. ...

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Plaza de la Constitución

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Plaza de la Constitución has been the Málaga's life hub since XV century. Also, this is public and politic space for excellence. By the reconquest time, it was named Four Street Square. Also it has been called as Main Square, and in 1812 it takes its ...

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La Concepción Botanical-Historical Gardens

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The garden was created by Marquises of Casa Loring in 1850. And by 1943, it was declared a historic-artistic garden because of its subtropical species stand out, like a collection of palm trees, the best in Europe, that has unique specimens of great size, ...

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Muelle Uno

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It is located in Malaga port, and count with modern shops, restaurants and bars bordering one side of the central orange tree-lined promenade and exclusive yachts flanking the other. There you can enjoy outdoor cinema days, street markets and concerts. ...

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Pasaje de Chinitas

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In Málaga downtown, you will find a group of narrow pedestrian streets in which to take a pleasant walk in the shade, among this small maze of medieval alleys. Chinitas passage is named after the popular drama actor ¨Chinitas¨, who used to share his ta ...

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Atarazanas Market

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Malaga’s central market, named Atarazanas, is a life and activity place, and it is located right in the heart of the city. There, people walk through stands full of fresh and local products. The Atarazanas market is in the place where the Nasrid ship ...

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Archeological Sites of La Araña

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It is an open museum dedicated to Prehistory, and it was part of one of the initiatives to support Málaga as cultural capital European in 2016. Thanks to its template zone, it has had good conditions to human beings survival. Mediterranean weather, ...

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Royal Tobacco Factory of Malaga

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Known as la Tabacalera, and it was built in the 20th century. The building has been inspired in Sevillan architecture: its beautiful walls, and glazed ceramic blue and yellow for friezes. Nowadays, it houses the Automobile and Fashion Museum of Malaga ...

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La Farola of Malaga

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It is one of the most iconic places of Malaga, loved by locals. The construction started in the 19th century and it was finished in 1816, in the time of Ferdinand VII. It was restored in 1885 with a new device that improved the light that guided sailors ...

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Malaga´s Museum

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Malaga's Museum holds the collections of two of the most distinguished museum institutions of Malaga: the Museum of Fine Arts and the Provincial Archeology Museum which holds more than 15,000 references of archeology and a wide painting's collection of mo ...

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Parque de Málaga

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It is an open park, located between Alameda Principal and Paseo de España. Functional layouts alternate depending on the time of the year, allowing the sun to shine through in the winter, and providing shade during the rest of the year. A myriad of colou ...

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“La Malagueta” Bullring

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It was built in 1874 by Joaquín Rucoba, and inaugurated in 1876 with bulls from Murube to Rafael Molina, Antonio Carmona, "El Gordito", Luque and Manuel Rodríguez "Desperdicio". It has a neo-Mudejar style with a hexadecagon shape. Antonio Ordoñez bu ...

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Santiago Apóstol Church

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It is the oldest Christian building in Málaga. It was built in 1490, over the ruins of an old mosque. The church keeps its original central door in Mudejar style. The square tower, also Mudejar style, was designed as a separate minaret and attached in ...

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Larios Street

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It is the main Málaga’s street and it’s in honor to Manuel Domingo Larios y Larios, who promoted the textile development in the city during 19th century. The corners design of its buildings have curved shape, This allowed the breeze to reach the po ...

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Centre Pompidou Malaga

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The museum has a permanent collection where you can find five topics: metamorphosis, body in pieces, politic body, self portraits and man without face. The experience is lived over multidisciplinary programs focussed in dance, representation, word and mo ...

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Picasso Museum

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The Picasso Museum is devoted to the most influential artist of the twentieth century: Picasso. The museum has a collection of 233 pieces of art, that brings together the revolutionary innovations of Picasso and the wide variety of styles and techniques ...

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Palacio Episcopal

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The Palacio Episcopal is a buildings series of different styles located between Santa Maria, Molina Lario, Salinas, Fresca streets and Plaza del Obispo. The Palacio Episcopal was built in 18th century, and It is one of the biggest piece of art of late Ba ...

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Malaga's port

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Malaga’s port, from its beauty to attractions like the Centre Pompidou, always has something to offer. Explore Muelle 1 and Muelle 2, different recreational areas and the famous Larios Street, located to few steps from the place. ...

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Plaza de la Merced

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This is one of the most beautiful squares of the city, and in the center there is an obelisk as a tribute to General Torrijos. Also, there you can find Picasso Foundation. ...

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Gibralfaro castle

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The Gibralfaro Castle is nowadays one of the most visited monuments in Malaga. It is located in the highest point of the hill, so you can enjoy the spectacular views of the city. Also, you can visit the Interpretation Centre to discover the site's history ...

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Carmen Thyssen Museum

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The Carmen Thyssen Museum is located at the Palace of Villalón. It is a 16th-century palatial building, located Plaza Carmen Thyssen. The permanent collection consists of 240 works that brilliantly summarise 19th-century spanish art, especially Andalusia ...

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Palacio de la Aduana

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At the beginning, it was a tobacco factory. Later, it became the Customs House and the Council office of the Provincial and Central Government. It was built in 1826 and designed by Manuel Martín Rodríguez with neoclassical style. Nowadays, it is the M ...

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La Malagueta beach

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The 1200 meters-long and 45 meters-wide beach of La Malagueta is located between Málaga Port and La Caleta beach. It is one of the most visited places by locals and foreigners, due to its easy access from downtown. ...

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Roman theatre

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It is one of the remaining symbols of Roman Hispania in the city. The Theatre is located on the west slope of the Alcazaba hill. It was built during the reign of Augustus, and it was used until the 3rd century. The size and characteristics are very simila ...

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Malaga Cathedral

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Its real name is Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación (Our Lady of Incarnation) although in Málaga is known as "La Manquita". It is named in this way because of its south tower is missing, it never was finished. Cathedrals are important in all cities, but ...

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Alcazaba

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This fortress palace, whose name in Arabic means citadel, is one of the city's historical monuments and it is much visited because of its history and beauty. The building that dates from the Muslim period is located at the foot of the Gibralfaro hill. Wit ...

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Interactive Museum of Music Málaga

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“Please play”. The museum invites you to have an experience with more than 1000 instruments from around the world in a collection that let you know the musical history of the 5 continents, origins and contemporaneity. ...

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Contemporary Art Centre of Malaga

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It is a cultural initiative of The City Council of Malaga. Its aim is the promotion and dissemination of 20th- and 21st-century visual art. The CAC Malaga has established an innovative program in Spain inspired in the German model “Kunsthaus”. It is ...

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The English Cemetery in Malaga

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It is the oldest in Spain (1831). A beautiful, monumental garden, offering key insights into the 19th and 20th century history of a cosmopolitan city, open to the world. ...

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