It seems a coincidence or that I have some preference for Andalusia, but once again I will talk about an Andalusian site … (being very sincere, I love Andalusia)
The weather, its people, the food and the beach, are wonderful. Ah! And the accent amuses me because it is a proof that my Spanish improves …
This time I have traveled to Malaga. I left Madrid with a temperature between 8 and 10 degrees. Coats and more coats. Arrived to Malaga and the temperature is around 30 degrees.
Lot of people in the streets, the terraces crowded and the beach full again.
I went to tourist sites and to others not so much.
Starting at the Mirador de Gibralfaro. From the top of a mountain you can see the Malagueta neighborhood, the Plaza de Toros and the east side of Malaga.
Then on the way down I went to the Malagueta beach. Nearby are the Plaza de Toros and the Center Pompidou Málaga which is the first center of Parisian art that is located outside of France.
Following the promenade, Malaga Cathedral was the next stop .. It is located opposite the Plaza del Obispo and is considered one of the most valuable Renaissance jewels in Andalusia. The cost of admission is 5 euros for adults.
Next stop, Picasso Museum. I did not have much time and I could not enter the museum. But the entrance varies between 7 and 10 euros depending on the exhibition you are going to see. Picasso’s painting phases are accessible and very well taught in this museum. If you have time, it is a good option to visit it.
And finally a walk along Calle Larios. A street that is in the center of Malaga, totally pedestrian, very beautiful and illuminated at night. Full of shops, bars and restaurants. An excellent choice for dinner and a little more walk through the nearby streets. All very nice and very “Andalusian” …
I leave you a video with some photos also of what I have been able to capture of this nice and pleasant Andalusian city. I assure you that the trip it was worth.