Malaga Travel Guide, Spain
The city of Málaga happens to be a famous port city in the autonomous community of Andalusia which is actually part of Spain. This city is situated on the coast of Mediterranean Sea which is called as Costa del Sol amongst the locals. It is surrounded by different natural borders like mountains and rivers. Moreover, it is situated on the southern side of famous hill known as Axarquía hills. Two rivers which flow around this city are Guadalhorce (the historic center of this city is situated on the left bank of this river) and Guadalmedina (this river flows from the western side of the river and lands into the Mediterranean Sea).
The climate for the city of Málaga is mild and same is the reason why the annual average temperature for this city remains around 19 degree Celsius. The highest recorded temperature in the city of Málaga has been 44.1 degree Celsius while the lowest temperature ever recorded has been around -3.8 degree Celsius. The maximum average temperature is around 23 degree Celsius and on the other hand the minimum is around 13 degree Celsius.
Due to the presence of Mediterranean Sea the climate for this city is also Mediterranean types thus making the weather of this city very pleasant. Though the city of Málaga experiences cold winters and hot summers but this doesn’t mean that the temperature goes above normal during summers. The city is worth visiting throughout the year due to the awesome climate.
It is famous due to the beautiful architecture which has been preserved even when so many years of its construction have already passed. The famous Roman Theatre which is said to have been built during the 1st century BCE is said to be the oldest living architecture in this happening city. Another famous architectural monument is the huge Church of Santiago which is the perfect mix of Islamic and Christian architecture of historic times.
The city of Málaga has all kinds of possible transport facilities available hence making it very easy for foreign tourists to visit this city whenever they want. It has its own Airport, the sea port, and also its own busy railway station.
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- Walk around in the old city center
travel tip by athenalove posted more then 30 days ago
The Malaga city center is very beautiful. It's made up of many old houses. You can really see the amount of money that Spain once had from the colonial times. I personally love all the beautiful windows and balconies all over the...
- Malaga Cathedral
travel tip by MadSuh posted more then 30 days ago
This is a Cathedral that was built on top of an arabic mosque after the Cristians came into this region of Spain. The Catedral de la Encarnacion was built in the 16th Century and is a very beautiful reminder of how rich and powerful the...
- La Alcazaba
travel tip by zangazanga posted more then 30 days ago
La Alcazaba is the best preserved Moorish fortification in Spain. It is in very good state and a great place to spend a sunny afternoon. It was built in the 11the century and is located on the top of the hill with a great view over...
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