A historical and cultural provincial capital, Malaga has long lived in the shadow of the Andalucian cities of Seville, Granada and Cordoba. It is the largest city on the Costa del Sol and is famous for being the birthplace of famous artist Pablo Picasso. The city holds in store beautiful beaches, challenging hikes and amazing architectural sites.
The largest city in the Spanish region of Andalucia, Malaga is a much more laid back city than Barcelona or Madrid. It's cultural significance is compared to Madrid while it offers fine dining and dynamism as Barcelona. Being the centre and transport hub for the Costa del Sol region, Malaga is often flooded with tourists during summer. With the brilliance of various historical and cultural attractions, the city set on the coast has a lot to offer. The Gothic cathedral along with the narrow streets flanked on both sides by bars and shops, it is a perfect horizon to the urban chic and contemporary cultures. It is one of the oldest seaports in the Mediterranean region. The landmarks are a proof of the proud past of the city: Roman theatre, Moorish castle, Alcazaba and Baroque Basilica. With great weather, Malaga is the perfect combination of culture and beautiful beaches. There is an old world ambience flowing in the air, which just sinks in among the tourists.
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