5 Reasons to LOVE MALAGA, Spain!!

After leaving Seville, I headed for Malaga, Spain by way of train.

Malaga wasn’t on my radar until a low cost flight leaving from the AGP (Malaga) airport to my next destination (Copenhagen, Denmark) made the trip necessary. I am very pleased with the outcome, here is why:

  1. Malaga, Spain has a booming night life!!! I have no compelling night life photos but trust that there is a good time to be had in Malaga. There is opportunity to dance, socialize, and just walk around the beautiful city and enjoy the well lit and safe atmosphere.

2. The restaurant scene is equally impressive. The small city is bustling with a large variety of cuisines at reasonable prices!! I was even able to get some amazing chicken wings and Asian noodles from a cute little noodle bar (my hearts joy).

No food pics to share. It must have disappeared too fast. (wink) Enjoy this mural…

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3. The beach is amazing. Just look below:

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5. It’s a beautiful city with beautiful landscapes.

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Also I recommend staying at the Del Pintor Boutique Hotel Malaga. The staff was excellent the room was large and the location was central and near to public transport.

TIP: Don’t be afraid of public transport. I took the bus from the train station to my hotel and I walked through the tunnel to get the airport bus for less than 5 Euros when leaving!!

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If you make it to Malaga, Spain you’ll love it. I Did.

Next: Copenhagen, Denmark!!!

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