The Alcazaba This fortress palace dates back to Muslim times and is located at the feet of Mount Gibralfaro, next to the Roman theatre and in front of the Customs House. It is a great opportunity to see in a short amount of space the union of the Roman, Arabic and Renaissance cultures, thus making this building a very special attraction in the city of Malaga.
Picasso Seafront Promenade Next to the beach, the seafront promenade goes from La Malagueta and Baños del Carmen. It is one of the most luxurious and active areas in the city.
Gibralfaro Castle This Fourteenth-century castle, built to host the troops and protect the Alcazaba, is today one of Malaga’s most visited monuments. You can visit its walls and enjoy stunning views of Malaga or discover its history in the Interpretation Centre.
Cathedral Its complete name is Church of Our Lady of La Encarnación, although locals in Malaga simply know it as “the cathedral”. A cathedral is important in all cities but even more so in Malaga, since it’s not just a religious building but also a reference, a landmark, a milestone and a witness to many important historic events.
Roman Theatre Malaga’s Roman Theatre is one of the living symbols of Roman Hispania in the city. It has a modern interpretation centre located next to it, which will allow you to discover its history and the ancient lifestyle and customs with its latest technology. Its previous use has also been recovered and many shows are now performed inside the theatre.
- Picasso Museum
- Jorge Rando Museum
- Centre Pompidou
- Pablo Picasso House-Museum
- Cathedral Museum
- Russian Museum Collection
- Carmen Thyssen Museum
- Automobile Museum
- Contemporary Art Museum