|Popular hotel||Ilunion Malaga|
|Popular area||Malaga City Center|
|Nightly rates from||NZD 55|
|Reasons to visit||beaches, culture, museum & arts|
Such a beautiful city with a rich history. We did a free walking tour around the Alcazaba and the Cathedral.
We also ate tapas, drank sangria. Perfect! We watched a flamenco dancer whilst we ate at vino de mio.
This city has something for everyone and is a fitting jumping off place for a Moroccan holiday. It is easy to spend three or four days here with some excellent sightseeing coupled with beaches , entertainment and eating out.
The range of accommodation caters for all levels of the travelling budget
Malaga is an old and historic city. Lot of things to explore. Moreover it is just driving distance to Marbella.
Malaga is close from Nerja too. So take more than 3 nights and visit Nerja for one day trip with a bus.
It's olny 1-1:30 hour away. You also can travel to Ronda but it's a bit further than Nerja.
I love the city. Clean, great shopping and not so touristy. You can easily go to other places from Malaga.
..I did go Granada and Morocco which was all easy access from Malaga.
Malaga has a beautiful centre. The buildings shops and streets are well kept and it is easy to explore all the sights on foot.
We had a fantastic few days at the end of november
Very easy to get to the city centre from the airport. Only €2 by bus, which takes around 30 minutes. Visit the cathedral and the Picasso museum.
The port area looks like it has recently been developed and it has great potential for a nice relaxing afternoon/evening having a wine or a coffee.