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Bienvenidos en Málaga!

A city always open to traders, globetrotters and travelers: Malagá welcomes all guests. The second largest city of Andalusia attracts with its dreamlike location between mountain and sea, which makes it the starting point of diverse undertakings. It is a good idea to find out before a stay what special offers for tours and activities can be booked. We at Ticketlens have gathered some inspiration here.
Maurizio MassaroBy Maurizio Massaro

6 things to do in Málaga

Tours and activities for every taste
Mercado Central de Atarazanas | Flickr: Michael Gaylard CC-BY-SA 2.0

Experience the taste of Andalusia

A culinary tour through the markets of Málaga guarantees lasting experiences: With typical Andalusian tapas and regional dishes, you can enjoy wine and even something sweet like a Tarta Malagueña. For those who want more, culinary tours, tastings and workshops are offered.
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Enjoy an evening of flamenco

Flamenco, not only a dance style but also a musical genre, belongs to the cultural heritage of Andalusia like the bear to Berlin. Of course, there are also many opportunities to visit a flamenco show in Málaga - often in combination with a dinner.
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Discover the nature around Málaga

Hiking and outdoor activities are very popular in Andalusia. With the famous and challenging Caminito del Rey or the trails along the Chillar River, there are countless ways to experience nature from Malaga. Also trekking, canyoning and kayaking are offered around Málaga.
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Take a Hop-On Hop-Off tour

There are also hop-on hop-off tours in Málaga that allow you to have already seen the most important points of the city before going into more detail about individual sights and attractions. To start your vacation in Málaga, a ride on the Hop-On Hop-Off bus is the idea.
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Discover Málaga by bike

A relaxing bike tour through the old town and the port of Málaga is the perfect activity when the weather is nice. Several companies offer guided bike tours or loan bikes.
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Visit the Alcazaba

The Moorish fortress at the foot of the Gibralfaro is probably the most famous sight in Málaga. Built in the 11th century by the Hammudids, it and the even older Roman amphitheater can be visited extensively today on guided tours. The Tickets for the Alcazaba de Málaga in advance to buy is recommended!
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The 5 Best Attractions in (and around) Málaga

Must-see places in the Andalusian coastal metropolis
Alcazaba with Roman amphitheater in the foreground | Ulmon: CC-BY-NC-SA 2.0

Alcazaba de Málaga

Very popular with visitors to the city is the former fortress of the rulers in the Emirate of Granada, who had the complex renovated in the 13th century. As one of the most impressive sights in Málaga, the Alcazaba not only offers majestic Moorish architecture but also a great view over the harbor! It is important to secure tickets in advance, as they can sell out quickly.
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Málaga Cathedral

In the old town of Málaga, the 86-meter-high north tower of the Málaga Cathedral, officially named Catedral Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación, dominates the center's skyline. A viewing platform for visitors is located on the 50-meter-high roof, which can be visited as part of guided tours. Inside the church, there are art treasures from the 16th and 17th centuries, including about 40 wooden sculptures of saints by Pedro de Mena and José Micael.
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Plaza de la Merced | Flickr: Nicolas Vigier PD

Plaza de la Merced

The central meeting point for locals is the Plaza de la Merced, where you can also find Picasso's Birthplace and a statue of this famous son of the city - stroking the latter's head is said to imbue the painter's creativity. Another attraction in the center of the square is the Monumento a Torrijos.
Picasso at Centre Pompidou Málaga | Flickr: Isabell Schulz CC-BY-SA 2.0

Centre Pompidou Málaga

The only branch of the Centre Pompidou outside of France displays works from modern and contemporary art, including pieces by Frida Kahlo, Joan Miró, and René Magritte. In addition to changing exhibitions and a rich program of cultural events, it is also one of the coolest museums in Málaga.
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Lemur in Bioparc Fuengirola | Flickr: Dale Harvey CC-BY 2.0

Bioparc Fuengirola

The highlight of the Bioparc Fuengirola is undoubtedly the monkeys that roam freely on the premises! The modern concept of the slightly off Malaga, only 20-year-old zoo, is based on species-appropriate animal husbandry, natural habitats, and dividing enclosures according to the geographical origin.
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Maurizio Massaro
Written byMaurizio MassaroMaurizio is a cosmopolitan, a musician and comes around. In his role as a content manager at TicketLens, he is always striving to find new offers as well as writing about sights all over the world.
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