A Tour of MALAGA, SPAIN | Is It Worth Visiting?
23 november 2021 Costa del Sol

Exploring the city of Malaga, part of the Costa del Sol region on the Mediterranean Sea of southern Spain. Here’s a travel story I wrote that explains in more detail why I wasn’t able to go to Morocco:
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“La Fusion” by Bassio
“La Rambla” by Louis Nichols
“Sunshine Samba” by Chris Haugen
“Into the Moment” by Deskant
“Guardians” by Dream Cave

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Gabriel is a world traveler and travel writer who has been adventuring around the world off and on since his first trip to Europe in the summer of 1990 when he was 18 years old. He is author of “Gabe’s Guide to Budget Travel”, “Following My Thumb” and several other books available on and elsewhere.

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"20" Comments
  1. My hometown ^_^

  2. Looks really nice 😎

  3. Really just a tourist trap

  4. $100 a night or a waste of money? I'd rather sleep on the beach.

  5. Girl Going Global

    Great Malaga video! What a beautiful place it is :D.

  6. I loved the video. I always wanted to travel to different parts of Spain. My favorite artist Salvador Dali was from Spain. You really are living the dream, getting to travel so much. You are doing what I always wanted to do except I won't travel alone. I prefer to travel with another person. It is much more fun at least for me. Safe travels.

  7. Mario de Blas Silván


  8. Great

  9. Kimberley Burrow

    29k views and only 1.2k likes… come on people.

  10. Unsure what to make of Malaga but il say this, the streets are very clean and pretty. It also has lots of cafes and restaurants in nice areas.

  11. I’ve noticed that in Malaga you need to watch out for the tourist food places/ local drinking places. If there is cheap wine and beer at a popular road the food is usually expensive and not very good.

  12. You should have visited Gibraltar, maybe next trip!

  13. Hello Gabe! I have seen many of your videos and I think is informative. Question for you about traveling to Malaga or Spain in general right now. Do you think it is wise for someone around my age without vaccine traveling there? Thanks for your suggestion in advance!

  14. Don's travels And rants. DON

    Wow. Malaga looks amazing. I must visit. 😲

  15. Antonio Jimenez Canadillas PUB 16

    me: born and raised in Málaga watching a video about visiting Malaga

    By the way, in my opinion Malagueta beach is one of the ugliest beaches of Málaga, I don´t know why it is so famous, I think it is because it is the nearest from city centre.

  16. Having stayed in Torremolinos for a week, it is worth visiting Malaga for a few hours – got some good places to visit there. And we have seen practically all the sites you went to

  17. Eternal Summer Rising - Traveling Techies

    A port city that epitomises the Andalusian lifestyle, Malaga is best known for its most famous son – artist and sculpture Pablo Picasso. … Explore charming laneways and energetic plazas in the city's historical centre and sample the full-bodied flavours of Andalusian cuisine in the many bars and restaurants throughout.

  18. Nachos and tortellini – a truly authentic Malaga speciality

  19. Just great!

  20. awesome…………. Can't leave Australia, so l travel with you. Cheers!

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