Roman Theatre malaga cathedral garden alcazaba
The Roman Theatre Cathedral City calle larios garden alcazaba : Allow one day
Malaga is a port of the Costa del Sol in Andalusia. It is a city driven by the market since its inception because of its strategic geographical position. The surge in the number of tourists has not altered the charm of the city where it is good to walk through the shopping streets and stop at a terrace to enjoy a drink or pastry una cana (small glass of beer).
The city has a wealth archaeological monuments contemporary Middle Ages and antiquity coexist throughout the city.
Do not miss the city: The Alcazaba dates from the 11th century is the second best preserved building Muslim Granada after the course. It is a military fortress overlooking the city. Heights of the Alcazaba, you can admire the city gardens, amphitheater, Roman ruins ... Going down you can admire the well preserved Roman theater restoration but seems essential to stop its deterioration. Then go to the Cathedral of the Encarnacion has an architecture that surprising since its construction spanned nearly 200 years. It is lined with many streets refreshed by his shadow. Finally, end the day in Calle Larios shopping center open where the whole town is found in the cocktail hour.
To see the city differently, you can walk to the Gibralfaro castle or the sea you see this time down the city dominate you.
Churches, shrines and gardens abound in the city and have a character especially refreshing when high heat.
Access to the center of Malaga is possible outside peak hours, many underground parking available, good luck if you try to find a free seat! For people staying in the nearby seaside resorts (Torremolinos, Benalmadena ...) comfortable bus lines are provided again to avoid peak hours!
The cuisine is typically Spanish, typical local specialties of the region are rather rare, which does not enjoy good fish dishes, but meat from the nearby mountains.