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Spanish sunshine, cubed
Malaga,the city of Picasso.
The capital of Spain’s Costa del Sol is a traditional Andalucian city where an exotic blend of Moorish citadels, Roman ruins and Renaissance landmarks sit side-by-side. Visit the Picasso museum, then join young party-goers enjoying the balmy summer nights at Málaga’s popular beach bars.
Enjoy a panoramic view onto Málaga from the top of the castle which was rebuilt by the Moors and is now a traditional parador.
Málaga owns one of the largest Muslim military building in Spain, "La Alcazaba" fort from the 11th century, which houses the archaeological museum. To discover the typically Andalousian architecture, reach the "Buenavista" Palace. In 2003, it became an extraordinary museum dedicated to Málaga’s world-known’s son, Pablo Picasso. Enjoy shopping in the "Calle Larios" and its smart shops, next to the picturesque Renaissance cathedral.
Let yourself be tempted by a tasting of "pescaito frito", a little fried fishes assortment, with a glass of "fino".
Getting to and from Malaga
Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Malaga can be found.
While you're there
From our travel community
"We took another train journey from Madrid to Malaga and return and I have to say it is the most comfortable way to travel. We find the service clean, punctual and above all the staff friendly. We would recommend this to flying or driving. "
"From Malaga to Madrid to watch football at Santiago Bernabeu the train was superb. Travelled turist-class and were satisfied with that. Verry good seats. Never been in trains over 300 km an hour. Fun! "
"This is the first time I was travelling first class on Renfe and I must say it was quite an experience. The breakfast was wonderful and so was the ambiance of the coach, which includes the soft, spacious seats. Since a lot of tourists use these trains, I would suggest Renfe offer up a few English newspapers along with the Spanish papers. "
"I had forgotten how nice it is just to sit back and not have to buckle that seat belt and put seat upright. For short trips the train beats the plane and with the bus station right there in Malaga,very convenient. "
"Excellent service from Rail Europe. I appreciated the billing in Indian Rupees. The service by Renfe was excellent. Well connected and equipped stations. Trains were dot on time and coaches very comfortable "
"We enjoyed very much,excellent ,comfortable trip "
"It was great fun experience to travel to Madrid using the Rail Way...It was great seeing the country side of Spain... It very clean, seats are very comfortable, for sure I will use the train for my next travel. It's worth the value for money. Great staffs, and very easy booking online and checking in at the gate... "
"I am impressed with the transport system and we were very pleased to learn that our train fare included the metro to the airport. Thank you for being so efficient. "
"The train was fast, comfortable, and clean. The Staff was friendly. I really missed the wifi.... :( "