Malaga

Malaga is like the mini version of Barcelona, a prefect weekend getaway to escape the city life and soak your toes in the sand while munching on some fried fish.
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Enjoy a tour of the Plaza de toros de La Malagueta, the bull ring of Malaga which dominated the Spanish culture beginning back in 1876

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Find Pablo Picasso
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Try the sweet wine of Malaga at the famously polka dotted restaurant: Bodega El Pimpi
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Malaga Cathedral
Its full name is Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación (Our Lady of Incarnation). The Cathedral of Malaga does not just represent a church, it is a landmark but one of the most important examples of Spanish religious art. The museum inside the cathedral give you the historic background of this Renaissance church.
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Castillo de Gibralfaro Malaga

 

Until next time Malaga!

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