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Until quite recently, the Costa del Sol’s busiest port was no more than a transfer point to other Andalusian attractions, most notably the Alhambra in Granada, about 80 miles away. However, the city that produced Picasso (he was born here in 1881) is experiencing a renaissance. New museums, music and dance spaces, and even an internationally acclaimed short-film festival are transforming Málaga into an exciting venue for the arts.

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  • Dinner and dancing at Flor de Lis, where menus are printed on old vinyl LPs, and DJs spin during dinner and into the night.

  • Perusing the collection at Museo Picasso, where some 200 works by the late artist are on display.

  • A performance at the iconic Teatro Cervantes, which host everything from symphonies to pop music performances.

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