Places to visit in Malaga
We highly recommend to start you visit in Malaga from Mercado Central Atarazanas market. It's authentic place. The stalls are
full of delicacies, seafood, ham, and cheeses.
They cook national cuisine. Very colorful, one can feel amazing tastes.
Catedral Basilica de la Encarnacion in Malaga is the second-highest in the province. The construction began in 1530, on the foundations of a destroyed Muslim mosque, and ended in the 17th century. It absorbed three styles: Baroque, Gothic and Neoclassicism. The common man calls La Manquita "The one-armed lady". The long one that wasn't finished. It is adored, considered the main feature characterizing the leisurely lifestyle of the Andalusians.
Church of Holy Martyrs
Iglesia Los Santos Mártires Ciriaco y Paula is located in the square of the same name, the facade is laconic. The interior decoration represents the view of the Rococo, handmade altars! This is where Pablo Picasso was baptized!
City Hall and Garden Alonso
Along Cervantes Avenue, the city administration building (Ayuntamiento) is majestically decorated, and just before it, there is a garden named after the first post-war mayor. In 2010, the objects received the status of cultural heritage monuments.
La Rosaleda - The Home of Malaga Football
La Rosaleda stadium is waiting for the fans! Team "Malaga" performs in Segunda, is a frequent guest of La League! The owner of the Intertoto Cup (2002). Nicknamed "anchovies". The dawn of the team is in 2000-2013. Nice guys! The colors of the club were defended by many top-notch players of our time: Isco, Demiccellis, Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Saviola, Roque Santa Cruz, Rondon, Jérémie Toulalan, Julio Baptista, Joaquin, Santi Cazorla. The principal rival (derby) is Granada, performing in the top division.
Ideas: scarf, jersey, ball with club attributes - good present for fans of the game.
At the theatre, beneath the glass dome, there are bath-like ruins - pay attention to them. Coastal waters, famous for tuna. All because of the peculiarities of migration representative mackerel. In January-February, fleeing from the bloodthirsty orcas, fish as close as possible to the shores of Cartagena and especially Malaga, where the ancient fishermen were waiting.
Excess prey was allowed in the production of sauce - garum, beloved by the Romans. For this purpose, special stone baths were built near the coast where tons of harvested sauce was fermented under direct sunlight for several months. From below, a transparent liquid, the most valuable sauce, was formed.
It was incredibly well respected by the ancient Romans. Just imagine, it was used in almost every dish!
We recommend stopping by Casa Aranda (Calle Herreria del Rey, 3). A cup of coffee with
churros by the traditional recipe.
Wide range of snacks, low prices:
- Taperia Siglo XXI (Plaza de la Marced, 12)
- El Tapeo de Cervantes (Calle Carcer, 8)
- LA TRANCA (Carreteria, 92)
- El Carmen Tapas (Plaza de la Merced, 21)
- Liceo is a club with live music and flamenco shows, a favorite place for foreigners and young people.st. 21 Calle Beatas Street.st. 21
- Mirror Malaga and Gallery Club - modern pop music, dancing till morning, theme parties.
- In the world of salsa, bachata will take you to the Bar Chiquita Cruz. Plaza de las Flores, 7
What do you want to try:
- Fried anchovies (delicacy)
- Tuna and marble beef steaks
- Sandwich of shrimp in spices and beans
- Salmohero is a tomato soup with ham.
- Paella with black rice Heladeria
- Conico ice cream