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Málaga, the capital of the Costa del Sol, is the second greatest city of Andalusia and the first by economic activity due to the tourism. Its airport, 7 km away from the city, is the 4th most important of Spain. It is linked by the A-7 and the A-45.
The capital of the Costa del Sol is a must-see in the south of Andalusia. With its lively city beaches, prestigious museums and magnificent old buildings, Malaga is the perfect city for a holiday surrounded by sea and culture.
Parking in Malaga may seem like an impossible task. But don't despair, thanks to Parkimeter you can search, compare and choose the most convenient parking for your needs. In this article you will also find a lot of information about the city, what to see and where to park in the main points of interest.
Malaga is a perfect city to see walking, as the main places of interest are not far from each other. In addition, Malaga's traffic is conditioned by an active limited traffic zone. Therefore, if you choose to travel to the city by car, we recommend that you choose a car park through the Parkimeter website, so that you can leave your car in a secure place while you travel and enjoy an even more relaxing experience. You can also take advantage of the city's highly efficient public transport system, which includes two metro lines and fifty day and night bus lines, contributing to sustainable travel.
The Alcazaba is undoubtedly the city's most interesting site. This residence was built as a home for Muslim rulers. The site is impeccably preserved and inside you can see fountains, patios, courtyards... as well as the beautiful view of the city since it is situated on a hill.
From the Alcazaba it is possible to walk up a slightly steep slope or take the bus 35 to the Gibralfaro Castle, which had a place to house soldiers and a lighthouse. In fact, from the latter it gets its nickname 'mountain of light'. We recommend to visit it also for the splendid view.
Continuing south from the Alcazaba you can visit the ancient Roman Theatre of Malaga, the oldest historical site in the city. Built by Augustus, over the centuries it was used as a theatre but also as a cemetery. Its ruins were rediscovered in 1951, when a building was erected right on top of the site. Currently used for various events there is no admission charge.
Malaga is also full of museums, among them we can mention: Picasso's Birthplace Museum and Picasso Museum, with more than 200 works of the artist. Then there is the Automobile and Fashion Museum with over 80 perfectly restored vintage cars.
As in all cities, the place where you can immerse yourself in the local culture is the market. Malaga also has its own characteristic market, where you can sample all the local delicacies and meet and talk to the local traders, who are always willing to talk. We are talking about the market of Atrazanas, open from Monday to Saturday from 8:00 to 14:00.
During your stay, whatever season you wish to visit the city, you must visit one of its beaches. Perfect places to relax and contemplate the beauty of the place. The closest to the city centre is Malagueta beach, located near the port. The most popular is Misericordia Beach. If you want to organise an outing with a playground, San Andres beach is the place to go. For an easy access to this beach by car, we recommend that you book a parking space at the Renfe station through Parkimeter, which is very close to the port and the beaches as well as the station itself.
In short, Malaga awaits you with its colours, views, history and culture. The ideal place for a holiday, to relax with friends or family.