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El Pimpi bombea Sabor a Málaga a todos los puntos cardinales del planeta. Vinos de la tierra y exquisita gastronomía, en pleno Centro Histórico.
Typical Spanish tapas in Malaga old town. You can taste the typical Malaga sweet wine and good quality Iberian ham. You should enjoy !!!
'Inconturnable' - a must see and eat in. In front of Roman Theatre downtown Malaga. Inside (on 3 floors) or outside. There's also a 'tapas' and bar section. Calle Granada, 62, 29015 Málaga
When visiting Málaga city, this place is a must visit! We don't want to give too much away without spoiling the experience but if you're looking for great tapas and an amazing vibe in the heart of it all, look no further!
While it can get somewhat crowded with tourists, if you are patient or avoid peak times, it's easy to find a perch and soak up the atmosphere…great to try sweet and dry wines from local grapes, vermouths and liqueurs. The old storerooms are a collection of fascinating interconnected spaces,…
“The Picasso is one of the Picasso-museums in the world, the biggest being in Barcelona. Free entry on sunday!”
“Amazing Museo with Carmen's Collection. The Cafeteria counts with an amazing chocolate cake, perfect for a little treat.”
“This is the local market Atarazanas (mercado Atarazanas) where you can buy fresh fruit, smoothies, vegetables, nuts, fish and so on. They have the best restaurants if you like fresh sea food. You will be amazed.”
“The Cathedral of the Incarnation, in Malaga, is one of the major Renaissance monuments in Andalusia. It is located inside the ancient Andalusian fortifications and forms a large architectural ensemble with the Alcazaba of Malaga and the Gibralfaro Castle.”
“XI Century Castle right in the center of Malaga, whose name means 'citadel' in Arab. A landmark of Malaga, a must see! Visit it free on Sundays after 2PM. Hint: take the elevator on Calle Guillén Sotelo, 1, 29016 Málaga directly into the castle. No lines! ”