Malaga

10 ways to cut the cost of your holiday

As many of you prepare for or have just returned from your annual holiday, it’s likely that you will have got yourself into a bit of lather about those extra holiday costs that you hadn’t budgeted for: the speedy booking,…

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Taberna Cofrade Las Merchanas in Malaga

Taberna Cofrade is a theme tapas bar in the heart of Malaga specializing in Holy Week. The restaurant is a little hidden treasure uniquely decorated with hundreds of small things related to Holy Week and we can highly recommend enjoying…

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Easter in the Andalusian capitals of Malaga and Seville

Easter (Holy Week), or Semana Santa as it is known in Spain, is one of the biggest events in the Spanish annual calendar. Visitors come from all over the world to take part in the celebrations. The traditional celebrations are…

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Religion in Andalusia

In Spain, and none so more than in Andalusia, Catholicism has long been the main religion, although the region has been occupied throughout the centuries by many different cultures, which are still very evident in much of the architecture and…

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Andalusia : the southern most region of Spain

Andalusia or Andalucía as it is translated in its native Castellano is the southern most region of Spain, facing Africa. It’s a land of stunning beaches, Alpine mountain landscapes, Moorish whitewashed villages, deserts and olive groves. The all year round…

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Getting around Malaga City

Malaga City is a perfect size for sightseeing on foot, with most of the main attractions, and the beach, being within easy walking distance. However, there are good public and private transport options – train, bus, tour bus and taxi…

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Kippenberger Meets Picasso at the Picasso Museum in Malaga

The Picasso Museum in Malaga is exhibiting the works of German artist Martin Kippenberger, from the 21st February through to the 29th May 2011. The exhibition is entitled Kippenberger Meets Picasso and will be showing approximately 50 works, including large…

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New port in Malaga City

Malaga is on track to create a brand new attractive port. This is good news for both the locals and the many cruise visitors who come to visit the city. Malaga’s mayor believes that Malaga soon will be able to…

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Malaga Fair 2011 – La Feria de Malaga

The biggest event of the year in Malaga starts on Friday the 12th August 2011 with a spectacular firework and then the city is ready the Fair in the centre and just outside the city centre for nine days in…

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The English Cemetery in Malaga

You will find this charming cemetery in the area Malagueta only a few minutes’ walk from the city centre of Malaga. Here you can discover ancient tombs dating back to 1831 and you can even go on a guided tour…

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