Things to Do in Malaga

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Locals call this church La Manquita, or "the One-Armed Lady," because only one of the façade's soaring bell towers was ever completed. Not for... Read More

A streamlined modern former marketplace makes the perfect backdrop for cutting-edge contemporary art. Exhibitions include European big names such as... Read More

Translated as "the King’s Little Pathway," this cliffy route near Málaga has been closed for years. But it remains one of the world’s... Read More

This flamenco emporium has a huge inventory: CDs, DVDs, how-to books, guitars, castanets, and accessories from shawls to ornamental hair combs to... Read More

The menus are printed on old vinyl LPs, which should be your first hint that DJs get this joint jumping during dinner and keep it going until the wee... Read More

Where Picasso was baptized. Read More

Many of the bold and chunky geometric pieces in gold and silver are inspired by the work of Spanish sculptors like Eduardo Chillida. You'll also find... Read More

You'll feel like you are floating above the city's tiled homes at the rooftop bar in the Hotel Larios. Enjoy a bird's-eye view of the illuminated... Read More

The museum is located in the 16th-century Palacio de Buenavista, which in 2004 was renovated and expanded by architect Richard Gluckman. The stunning... Read More

Large photos of Picasso peer down upon racks of smart and stylish men's and women's clothing from designers such as Antonio Miro, Kenzo, and Paul Smith.... Read More

The well-chosen selection includes the latest designs from Chloe, Moschino, Donna Karan, and Victoria Beckham's Rock & Republic jeans.... Read More

The icon of classical Spanish theater was long-neglected until a restoration in 1987 put it back on the map. Now, the venue draws top-name performers in... Read More

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