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Walk around in the old city center, Malaga, Spain

 
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Distance from city center: 0.3mi
athenalove's pictureby athenalove Sightseeing travel tip
added on the 9th of October, 2011
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 place as well as the marble streets that look like you could eat from them.

There are lots of nice shops and bars and there are plenty of nice places to grab a nice dinner as well.

I suggest you simply walk around a little and enjoy the beauty

Address:
Calle Tizo, 4-10, 29013 Malaga, Spain

Opening Hours:
Any

How to get there:
Take a bus or go by taxi

 
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