After travel Axarquia the previous two days, time to visit the city of Malaga came, on a journey of one day. You can see all the photos of our trip on our website Facebook (remember again that you need not be registered)
Day 3: Málaga capital
Getting to Malaga was not as easy as imagined, because the signs did not show us the downtown area from the highway (or at least, did not see), but eventually, and thanks to the ever helpful guide Campsa, We got to the center. Parking is another difficult task, so if you follow our advice, buscad un parking. They are not very expensive and spare yourselves long.
As we were taken next to the parking, first thing we did was go see the famous bullring The Malagueta, also has a bullfighting museum. A Walk through the huge park we reached the Cathedral, which incidentally, has been chosen by users TripAdvisor as the sixth most popular Cathedral Spain. Next to it is the Tabernacle Church and facing, the Episcopal Palace.
Muy cerquita podeis visit Museo Picasso Malaga, containing a large collection of works by the artist. Admission is 6 euros, although you may make a discount (per student, under 26 years old, Aged 65…) and the last Sunday of each month admission is free. Then maybe you feel like visiting the Casa Natal Painter, it is about bastaste.
The whole downtown area is full of churches, museums, palaces and old buildings, so if you want anything in particular not visit, finding their way through these streets will also be an excellent plan. If passing Will you go shopping, on Calle Marqués de Larios you will find anything busqueis.
We finished our visit to the Alcazaba, an impressive building of the eleventh century it was fortified palace of the Muslim rulers of the city. Admission is 2,10 € per person and if you want to visit also Gibralfaro you can buy a joint ticket. Maybe it's my unconditional love to any type of strength, Alcazaba but I found the most beautiful of all Malaga, not only for their condition and their views, but also for its design and the beauty of their yards, stairways and hallways.
When looking for a place to eat, you can see salir.com. We ate at an Italian restaurant behind Wilhelm Gustloff, called Pizzeria Romantic, that we liked. Before eating we put some skewers and olives tortilla, and the pizzas were BUENISIMAS. Also, They made us a discount on parking.
And the next day, provincial change and go to the Costa Tropical.