• Start at the Roman Theatre. From there, enter La Alcazaba and get lost along the gardens and columns (free on Sundays after 2pm, or bring student ID for 60 cents entry).
  • Climb up the hill to the Castillo Gibralfaro and stop at the viewpoint halfway for amazing city views (free on Sundays after 2pm or bring student ID for 60 cents entry).
  • Cool down in the hot afternoon with a ‘porra antequerana’, a typical and delicious cold soup made with a base of bread, tomato and olive oil.

  • Go for an evening drink in the popular Plaza de la Merced and take a selfie with its iconic obelisk.
  • Start at Paseo del Parque, then stroll down the buzzing Calle Larios all the way until the Plaza de la Constitución.
  • Get your fix of modern art and colour at the Centre Pompidou.

  • Try an ‘ensalada Malagueña’ (typical salad from Malaga) and see how you like the secret ingredient: orange!
  • Visit the breathtaking Cathedral Manquita and lose yourself in the small streets which surround it.

  • Eat sardines ‘espetos’ (cooked on a spit) at a seafood restaurant in Pedregalejo (our school’s area, where you will also find the best beaches).
  • Take a picture atop of the iconic letters at the Playa Malagueta.
  • Walk in Picasso’s first footsteps at his birth house and marvel at his genius at what is now the Fundación Picasso Málaga.
  • Hire a bike or get yourself a Málagabici card, and enjoy a coastal cycle ride. There are 15 beaches, totalling around 14km. See how many of them you can visit.

 

 

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