Malaga, no longer seen as merely the gateway to the Costa del Sol has been revamped and revitalised, it’s quickly becoming recognised as one of Spain’s cultural hubs, jam packed with places to explore from the ever-popular Museo de Picasso – which celebrates Malaga’s most famous son – to the colourful city market.

This is one of the oldest cities in Spain and trademarks of its rich past are scattered across the city: the cobbled streets of the old quarter, its mountainside Roman Amphitheatre, the Moorish citadels of the Alcazaba and Gilfarbaro.

And once the sight-seeing is done, there’s a city full of rooftop bars, tapas bars, restaurants and gleaming boutique stores as well as the nearby beaches of La Malagueta and La Caleta to explore.

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