MALAGA – I Did Not Expect To Find This……….

Malaga Spain Costa Del Sol This Was an Unexpected Find !
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The authentic city of Málaga provides easy access to cities such as Sevilla, Ronda, Cordoba or Granada, its unique cultural offering with no less than 37 museums, as well as its imposing natural wonders, and of course its yearly average of 300+ days of sunshine.

Málaga is a unique and beautiful destination in Europe and a mix of modern, traditional, culture, beach, gastronomy and shopping. The city of Málaga is a destination that combines leisure tourism, business with an incredibly extensive cultural offering of worldwide recognition as well as amazing events.

More than 3,000 years of history have transpired since the Phoenicians founded Málaga and today it is a beautiful, friendly and cosmopolitan city that enchants tourists from all over the world. The Roman Theatre and the ancient “garum” pools will transport you to the times of Roman Hispania. Meanwhile, the “Alcazaba” is one of the most beautiful living examples of the period of Muslim domination. Visitors can further experience the Reconquista by the Catholic Monarchs by visiting the Sanctuary of Victory.

The appeal of the Andalusian region and its unique Southern city is easy to comprehend. In addition to its history, its incredible cultural offering concentrated in the historic centre, Málaga has transformed into one of the international cities with the largest number of museums.

Whether visitors likes contemporary art or 19th century paintings, Spanish wine, Mediterranean cuisine, archaeology or even automobiles, the city of Málaga offers a long list of interesting museums, which satisfy every taste.

Furthermore, Malaga’s year-long sunshine, colourful bougainvilleas, appropriately named iced summer wine called “tinto de verano,” friendly and approachable citizens, and let us not forget, its delicious gastronomy with olives and cured ham at every corner make Málaga an undisputed reference for quality tourism.

Date of recording
05 June 2022 Sunday

See · Feel · Enjoy Andalucía

00:00 In this video
00:45 Plaza de la Constitución
01:44 C Marqués de Larios
05:48 Alameda Principal
08:16 C Molina Lario
10:38 Plaza del Obispo
12:34 C Molina Lario
14:38 Plaza del Siglo
15:01 Plaza del Carbón
15:51 C Calderería
17:00 Plaza de Uncibay
18:04 C José Denis Belgrano
18:48 C Granada
20:10 C Niño de Guevara
20:58 C José Denis Belgrano
21:28 Plaza de Uncibay
22:39 C Casapalma
23:42 C Cárcer
25:27 Plaza de Jerónimo Cuervo
26:54 C Ramos Marín
27:11 C Gómez Pallete
28:16 Museo Casa Natal Picasso
28:29 Plaza de la Merced
32:15 Plaza María Guerrero
32:52 C Alcazabilla
33:50 C Santiago
34:37 C Granada
35:04 Plaza de la Judería
35:42 C Zegrí
36:16 Teatro Romano de Málaga | Alcazaba
38:06 C Alcazabilla
38:44 Plaza de la Aduana
39:16 C Císter
40:50 Catedral de la Encarnación de Málaga
42:19 C Santa María
44:57 C Sáchez Pastor
45:52 C Granada
47:28 Plaza de la Constitución
49:02 C Compañía
49:49 Museo Carmen Thyssen
49:59 C Compañía
50:26 Plaza de San Ignacio
50:49 Iglesia del Sagrado Corazón
51:02 Outro


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Malaga city travel guide | What to expect?

Malaga city travel guide | What to expect?

Welcome to Malaga, the second largest city in Andalucia, Spain. In this video you’ll find out what you can see and do while visiting as well as learn a little bit about the city itself.
All you see in this video was filmed on 2 and a half day trips from a nearby town where I was staying – as you can see, quite a lot can be visited in that amount of time and I was definitely taking it slow.

❗️Important tip if you visit museums:
Some museums close very early in the day, for example Flamenco museum closes at 2pm! I had it in my plans, but we’ve arrived too late as I didn’t check its timing. So keep that in mind when planning your day.

My name is Justina and I’m travelling around all 60 municipalities of Lithuania, a small country in the north east of Europe as well as other destinations in Europe and my second home Egypt. I make detailed videos about what to do and see in those places so you can get insight of what to expect if you visit it and experience the trip with me 😊 🚗 ✈️

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