For anyone who is not familiar with Málaga, it is situated on the southern tip of Spain. Compared to Barcelona or Madrid, visitors come here for pure and simple relaxation. Known for its sunny weather and sandy beaches, Málaga is as charming as any Mediterranean getaway with a fascinating blend of beauty and history.
Getting to Málaga
For international visitors, you can get to Málaga by flight or from Madrid or Barcelona. Alternatively, you can board the high-speed train from Madrid to Málaga's María Zambrano station. It is best to purchase train tickets prior to visiting Spain (if you include Málaga in the itinerary). Book the train ride online @https://renfe.spainrail.com
At first glance, Málaga has a bohemian vibe with a Mediterranean touch. Thanks to its abundance of quirky places of interests and stylish F&B outlets, you will be amazed by the mix of traditional and contemporary culture and lifestyle.
Málaga is also the home of the famous artist, Pablo Ruiz Picasso where he was born. If you are an admirer of Picasso, this is the museum (below) to visit where you can stroll along the huge hallways and be amazed at his timeless artwork. Entry ticket to the museum is about 8 € (Euros) each.