M&E - Tourism in Malaga: What to see in the City of the Sun


Top 10 Places to Visit in Malaga

With its historical charm, rich culture and beautiful beaches, Malaga has established itself as one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain. For those planning a visit to this vibrant coastal city, here is a list of 10 places you can't miss:

1. Alcazaba and Gibralfaro Castle: Immerse yourself in the history of Malaga by exploring this impressive Moorish fortress and its imposing castle, which offer unparalleled panoramic views of the city.
2. Malaga Cathedral (La Manquita): Admire the majesty of this Renaissance cathedral, known for its incomplete façade and impressive interior.
3. Picasso Museum Málaga: Be inspired by the masterpieces of the famous Spanish painter Pablo Picasso in this museum located in the heart of the city.
4. Centro Historico (Casco Antiguo): Immerse yourself in the charm of the narrow cobblestone streets of Malaga's old town, where you will find a mix of historic architecture, boutique shops and delicious restaurants.
5. Port of Malaga and Paseo Marítimo: Enjoy a relaxing walk through the port of Malaga and its picturesque promenade, where you can enjoy the views of the sea and taste the local cuisine in the numerous restaurants and bars.
6. Muelle Uno: Explore this modern shopping and leisure center located in the port of Malaga, where you will find a wide variety of shops, restaurants and bars with sea views.
7. Roman Theatre: Immerse yourself in Malaga's past by visiting this ancient Roman theatre, which dates back to the 1st century BC. and it is one of the most important archaeological monuments in the city.
8. Malaga Park (Parque de la Alameda): Escape the bustle of the city and relax in this beautiful urban park, which features lush gardens, fountains and sculptures.
9. Mercado de Atarazanas: Immerse yourself in local Málaga life by exploring this colorful covered market, where you will find a wide variety of fresh products, from fish and seafood to fruits, vegetables and spices.
10. Beaches: Enjoy the sun and the sea on the beautiful beaches of Malaga, such as Playa de la Malagueta and Playa de la Misericordia, where you can relax, swim and practice water sports.

With this guide, travelers will have everything they need to discover the hidden treasures and most emblematic places of Malaga, ensuring an unforgettable experience in this charming coastal city. You can visit most of these places with City Sightseeing buses. They are also equipped with a multilanguage system in 8 M&E Multimedia and Engineering languages.