- It is a very safe city. I even took walks alone late at night and felt very safe - I started in a budget friendly hostel, it was 14 euros a night. Extremely clean and 20 minutes walking from the beach (Name - Barbatuke Eco Stay) - All the restaurants near the beach are amazing - It is easy to get around the city through bus (1.5 euros a trip)Posted: January 28, 2024
Very safe city, just a few neighborhoods to avoid alone late at night. Beautiful beach. Alcazaba is a must-visit, especially during sunset. Clubbing nightlife was good at Sala Gold, lots of international people to meet.Posted: January 14, 2024Experienced: November, 2022
Malaga was very nice and safe to travel alone. I have discovered the ancient castillo de Gibralfaro and la alcazaba. The weather was just perfect and the food incredibly tasty and cheap. I stayed in a hotel with pods. It was a new experience for me as I never stayed in such place, but if you like gaming that is a place to go.Posted: November 27, 2023Experienced: May, 2023
I was in a three week language trip in Malaga Spain. It was amazing, and I learned a lot of Spanish and a lot of the Spanish culture as well as their history. I felt very safe living in a host family. ￼ I ate a lot of amazing food, and went to the prettiest beaches along the coast of Spain.Posted: November 13, 2023
I travelled alone to Malaga, and from there to several places in the area. I visited Gibraltar, Marbella, Benalmadena, Torremolinos, the Caminito Del Ray trail, Ronda, Seville, and Nerja. I really enjoyed it. It's a very safe place, and transportation is very cheap, they have promotions on trains, which makes it very easy and budget-friendly.Posted: September 30, 2023
In malaga i had the most amazing time! There were beautiful cheap hostels in which i felt very safe! The beach is lovely and there are places to go for food and drinks on a budget. the nightlife is great fun and there are lots of friendly solo travellers so it’s a great place to make friends. Lots of cultural things to do and on sundays ( i think it’s sundays ) there’s free/ half price enteries to most galleries and museumsPosted: June 22, 2023
I loved Malaga. We took day trips to Seville, Granada and hiked the Caminito del Rey trail. It was very easy to get to different places by bus or train. In Malaga, we climbed up the Alcazaba - the views were amazing. We loved spending time on the beach during the day and going to great restaurants in the city center in the evenings. It was very safe, and people were so nice. We had a wonderful time.Posted: April 30, 2023
To do: - Botanical Garden - Cathedral in Malaga - Rooftop bars - Monte Victoria - Beach - Gibralfaro and Alcazaba Safety: I found it to be very safe. Recommendations: Malaga is fantastic. It's located on the coast and it has great beaches and nightlife.Posted: September 13, 2022
Travel plan: Day 1: - Alkazaba - Gibralfaro Castle - Incarnation Cathedral in Malaga - Malaga Roman Theater Day 2: - Nerja - Frigiliana Safety: I felt completely safe as a woman traveling alone. Recommendations: Malaga is simply amazing, such a fantastic city. Great atmosphere and lots of things to do.Posted: September 6, 2022
To Do: - Alcazaba - Picasso Museum in Malaga - Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary in Malaga - Roman Theater in Malaga - Mercado Central de Atarazanas - Carmen Thyssen Museum Malaga - CAC Malaga Safety: Generally, as a small Asian woman, I felt safe. Recommendations: Malaga is beautiful. It's a charming city, with beautiful weather and beaches, amazing architecture, and good nightlife.Posted: August 30, 2022
Hola!! Me gusta conocer sitios con las mejores recomendaciones de los locales. Así, que me gusta ofrecer lo mismo a los demás. Soy sociable, tener largas charlas, conocer diferentes perspectivas y cómo es la vida en cualquier otro lugar. Me gusta arreglar el mundo con una copa en la mano, los amaneceres y los atardeceres, la música en directo y practicar actividades de naturaleza. Este año me he propuesto no seguir aplazando viajes. Y aquí estoy, aprendiendo a viajar sola :)
Hi, my name is Aline, I am Brazilian and I am currently living in Spain. I know, traveling is a passion that a lot of people share nowadays, I believe it is our nature. I am free spirit, I love to learn more about cultures, history and languages. I speak Portuguese, English, Spanish and also studied French, German and Italian for a while but I am yet to find new friends to help me to really learn. I am passionate about life and for me everything that surrounds us is a miracle. Hopefully I will meet new friends here ♥️
I'm Natalí, currently living in Malaga, looking to make new friends from all around the world.
Hello, I'm Marta and I'm interested in live music, camping, nature, events & social and education
Hi there! Ever since my first international trip to Buenos Aires in college, I’ve been obsessed with exploring. I love traveling and sharing new experiences with close friends but after doing a week alone in India I found the magic that solo travel can bring. It’s hard to get friends’ life schedules locked down these days so I’m looking for like-minded women to share a hike, a bite, a wine, or a night dancing in a new place together! Lets live 💃🏝️🥣🍷!!