Travel Guide Malaga

Travel Guide for the city of Malaga. www.travelguidemalaga.com As the Spanish city with the highest growth in tourism over the last years, Malaga deserves it’s own practical and fun travel guide, written and designed with todays traveller in mind. So wether you’re visiting Malaga for a short citytrip or as the start of your Andalusia holiday, this colourful fully illustrated city guide will be your best companion during your stay. www.travelguidemalaga.com
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Restaurant Parador Malaga. A parador is a luxurious Spanish state hotel. You’ll find them scattered all over the country and they can often be found in reconstructed castles, monasteries or large haciendas.  The Parador Málaga is located near the Gibralfaro castle on the hill. It is not necessary to book a room here to make use of the lovely terrace with a magnificent view.  www.travelguidemalaga.com

Restaurant Parador Malaga. A parador is a luxurious Spanish state hotel. You’ll find them scattered all over the country and they can often be found in reconstructed castles, monasteries or large haciendas. The Parador Málaga is located near the Gibralfaro castle on the hill. It is not necessary to book a room here to make use of the lovely terrace with a magnificent view. www.travelguidemalaga.com

Now available. Travel Guide for the City of Malaga Malaga is hot! As the Spanish city with the highest growth in tourism over the last years, Malaga deserves it’s own practical and fun travel guide, written and designed with todays traveller in mind. So wether you’re visiting Malaga for a short citytrip or as the start of your Andalusia ho...

Now available. Travel Guide for the City of Malaga Malaga is hot! As the Spanish city with the highest growth in tourism over the last years, Malaga deserves it’s own practical and fun travel guide, written and designed with todays traveller in mind. So wether you’re visiting Malaga for a short citytrip or as the start of your Andalusia ho...

Restaurant Cortijo de Pepe Malaga. Aside from tapas, this very Spanish, simple and small restaurant also serves several sandwiches, fish- and meat dishes. According to Spanish custom, used napkins are scattered all over the floor, a sure indicator of good food. There isn’t much space at the bar, but that’s exactly what makes this place so irresistible. You can sit at tables on the first floor and outside on the terrace. www.travelguidemalaga.com

Restaurant Cortijo de Pepe Malaga. Aside from tapas, this very Spanish, simple and small restaurant also serves several sandwiches, fish- and meat dishes. According to Spanish custom, used napkins are scattered all over the floor, a sure indicator of good food. There isn’t much space at the bar, but that’s exactly what makes this place so irresistible. You can sit at tables on the first floor and outside on the terrace. www.travelguidemalaga.com

Restaurant El Patio Malaga. Hours: daily from midday to midnight. Friday and Saturday until 1 am. Delicious food in a cosy restaurant in the heart of the historic centre. The restaurant has a terrace at the front. The interior is light and delightfully Spanish. Casks filled with Málaga wines are lined up behind the bar. Bodega el Patio is perfect for typically Spanish rice dishes, a large selection of tapas, salads, meat and fish. www.travelguidemalaga.com

Restaurant El Patio Malaga. Hours: daily from midday to midnight. Friday and Saturday until 1 am. Delicious food in a cosy restaurant in the heart of the historic centre. The restaurant has a terrace at the front. The interior is light and delightfully Spanish. Casks filled with Málaga wines are lined up behind the bar. Bodega el Patio is perfect for typically Spanish rice dishes, a large selection of tapas, salads, meat and fish. www.travelguidemalaga.com

Restaurant Cosmopolita Malaga. This cosy restaurant with a large bar and terrace can be found near the cathedral. The menu is contemporary, yet traditional. The tapas are often presented in an original way. Highly recommended. Prices are reasonable. www.travelguidemalaga.com

Restaurant Cosmopolita Malaga. This cosy restaurant with a large bar and terrace can be found near the cathedral. The menu is contemporary, yet traditional. The tapas are often presented in an original way. Highly recommended. Prices are reasonable. www.travelguidemalaga.com

Beer Bar Sureña Malaga. This ‘beer pub’, located at Muelle Uno, is very popular among young people and the concept is simple. You grab an ice-filled bucket with small bottles of beer or another drink at the bar and, if you so wish, the other bar has snacks like bags of nuts or some tapas. Fast and simple but it is a nice place and not at all expensive. www.travelguidemalaga.com

Beer Bar Sureña Malaga. This ‘beer pub’, located at Muelle Uno, is very popular among young people and the concept is simple. You grab an ice-filled bucket with small bottles of beer or another drink at the bar and, if you so wish, the other bar has snacks like bags of nuts or some tapas. Fast and simple but it is a nice place and not at all expensive. www.travelguidemalaga.com

Restaurant La Lechuga in Malaga is a very nice and centrally located restaurant where you can enjoy substantial salads and beautiful, luxurious tapas. The bistro style interior is bright and vibrant. You can eat outside, but the terrace is small. Excellent price/quality ratio. www.travelguidemalaga.com

Restaurant La Lechuga in Malaga is a very nice and centrally located restaurant where you can enjoy substantial salads and beautiful, luxurious tapas. The bistro style interior is bright and vibrant. You can eat outside, but the terrace is small. Excellent price/quality ratio. www.travelguidemalaga.com

Restaurant Alumbre Malaga. This trendy, modern restaurant with a cocktail bar has an Andalusian menu and you can see from your table how the dishes are prepared in the kitchen. While it’s slightly more expensive than most other restaurants, you certainly get your money’s worth. Everything is spot on. The appearance is phenomenal, the service is both friendly and polite and the tapas and seafood dishes are heavenly. www.travelguidemalaga.com

Restaurant Alumbre Malaga. This trendy, modern restaurant with a cocktail bar has an Andalusian menu and you can see from your table how the dishes are prepared in the kitchen. While it’s slightly more expensive than most other restaurants, you certainly get your money’s worth. Everything is spot on. The appearance is phenomenal, the service is both friendly and polite and the tapas and seafood dishes are heavenly. www.travelguidemalaga.com

Restaurant Los Gatos Malaga. Hours: Monday to Sunday 11 am to 1 am. An atmospheric tapas/beer pub in the heart of the city. You can eat both indoors or outside. It is usually pretty busy and the servings are generous. A lively Spanish look and feel combined with a great atmosphere make ‘Los Gatos’ a popular spot to go to have a drink or a full meal. It is also very popular among locals. www.travelguidemalaga.com

Restaurant Los Gatos Malaga. Hours: Monday to Sunday 11 am to 1 am. An atmospheric tapas/beer pub in the heart of the city. You can eat both indoors or outside. It is usually pretty busy and the servings are generous. A lively Spanish look and feel combined with a great atmosphere make ‘Los Gatos’ a popular spot to go to have a drink or a full meal. It is also very popular among locals. www.travelguidemalaga.com

Vegetarian restaurant Calafate in Malaga. A simple and colourful restaurant with a lot of art on the walls. The attractively priced three-course menus are highly recommended. This vegetarian restaurant is also very well regarded. www.travelguidemalaga.com

Vegetarian restaurant Calafate in Malaga. A simple and colourful restaurant with a lot of art on the walls. The attractively priced three-course menus are highly recommended. This vegetarian restaurant is also very well regarded. www.travelguidemalaga.com

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