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Can host for 3 daysI'm Natalí, currently living in Malaga, looking to make new friends from all around the world.
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I’m French and I have been there with a friend. I recommend Picasso museum, Alcazaba, nightly flamenco show in the ancient Roman theater (must see) and visiting churches.
Definitely don’t miss Mercado Atarazanas (main market) one of the best in Spain. Wander round and get a fresh seafood tapa on one of the bars. Best views are from the terrace at AC Marriott but Batik roof terrace in the Malaga Premium also has great views of the alcazaba. You could consider the free walking tour on your first morning to get your bearings and learn about the history.
Things to do: * Thissen Museum * Picasso Museum * roof bar at Marriott Hotel * walk around Málaga Port, plenty of nice restaurants in the city center close to the Cathedral
There are 2 really nice castles in the city, I think they may even be linked by a big wall/ path. You get a great view! Lots of the restaurants are to die for (just make sure they’re not the ones advertising an English meal 😜) The beach is super lovely and you can get fresh fish cooked on the beachfront. You can also do like a 12 hour trip to Morocco.
Climb up to the Alcazaba for amazing views over the sea and the city! Walk along Palmeral de las Sorpresas and past Muelle Uno to find the Centre Pompidou Malaga art museum and then continue along past the lighthouse for a seafood lunch on the beach. Mercado Atarazanas (amazing food market, go early morning if you can, with great places to eat). Nearby is the very atmospheric and traditional Antigua Casa de la Guardia for a drink. Try a free walking tour, a great way to get to know the city.
Things to do: - Jardin Botanico - Cathedral Malaga - Rooftop Bars - Monte Victoria - Beach - Gibralfaro and Alcazaba Safety: I found it very safe. Recommendations: Malaga is super. Its on the coast and it has great beaches and night life.
I was there at the beginning of December !! I visited the Picasso museum, the gibralfaro castle, alcazaba, walked along the beach and ate at a chiringuito, had tapas tapas tapas (try bodega el pimpi!) , walked around the port and the city!
Itinerary: Day 1: - Alcazabar - Gibralfaro Castle - Catedral de la Encarnación de Málaga - Teatro Romano de Málaga Day 2: - Nerja - Frigiliana Safety: I felt totally safe as a female traveler. Recommendations: Malaga is simply amazing, such a fantastic city. Great atmosphere and plenty to do.
I had the best time in Malaga! Great little city! So many great restaurants! I had some of the best tapas and churros I’ve ever had there. Mountains are super close, if you like hiking! It was the perfect mix of beach and mountains and city vibe life.
Things to do: - Alcazaba - Picasso Museum Málaga - Catedral de la Encarnación de Málaga - Teatro Romano de Málaga - Mercado Central de Atarazanas - Museo Carmen Thyssen Málaga - CAC Málaga Safety: Generally I felt safe as a small asian woman. Recommendations: Malaga is beautiful. It is a charming city, with beautiful weather and beaches, amazing architecture and good night life.
Malaga is a quaint little place but so much beauty to offer. A walk through the promenade and then the beach is fantastic. There is Picasso’s museum in case you are interested. I personally like Ferris wheel so that’s there… but all this on one side Malaga for me is more about the place, the smell, sound and the feel of it.
The beach was great, I went to Malagueta and Playa Caleta. There’s lots of museums to visit especially if you like art. Pompidou centre was great! For dinner make sure you go to El Pimpi, one of the oldest restaurants in Malaga and great food! If you are active, you can hike Caminito Del Rey. I booked a guided tour for that as transport link is not great. Caminito was probably my favourite things.
Yes, Malaga is generally considered safe for solo female travellers. However, as with any destination, it is important to take the usual safety precautions, such as avoiding walking alone at night, being aware of your surroundings, and not carrying large amounts of cash or valuables.
Yes, Malaga is a great destination for solo travelers. It is a safe city with plenty of attractions and activities to explore. There are plenty of restaurants, bars, and cafes to enjoy, as well as plenty of cultural attractions to explore. The city is also well connected by public transport, making it easy to get around.
No, Malaga is not particularly expensive for solo travellers. The cost of living in Malaga is generally lower than in other major cities in Spain, and there are plenty of budget-friendly accommodation options available. Additionally, there are many free attractions and activities to enjoy in the city, such as the beaches, parks and museums.
Visit the Picasso Museum
Explore the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and learn about his life and works.
Take a stroll along the Malaga Promenade
Enjoy the beautiful views of the Mediterranean Sea and the city skyline.
Explore the Alcazaba
Visit the 11th century Moorish fortress and explore its gardens and courtyards.
Visit the Malaga Cathedral
Admire the impressive architecture of this 16th century cathedral.
Take a day trip to Nerja
Explore the stunning beaches and caves of this picturesque coastal town.
Visit the Malaga Botanical Garden
Enjoy the lush greenery and exotic plants of this beautiful garden.
Take a cooking class
Learn how to make traditional Spanish dishes and enjoy a delicious meal.
Explore the shops and markets of Malaga and find unique souvenirs.
Take a boat tour
Enjoy the views of the city from the sea and admire the coastline.
Visit the Malaga Wine Museum
Learn about the history of wine production in the region and sample some of the local wines.
Yes, Malaga is generally considered safe to travel alone. However, as with any destination, it is important to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Malaga is generally safe at night. However, as with any city, it is always best to be aware of your surroundings and take precautions to ensure your safety.