Malaga is one of the biggest Spanish cities and the second biggest city of Andalusia (the first being Sevilla). Malaga is characterized by a subtropical Mediterranean climate. As a result, winters are very mild and summers are warm and long. The average annual temperature in Malaga is 23°C during daytime and 14°C at night. In addition to 16 sunny beaches, this located by the Mediterranean sea Andalusian city has a very interesting cultural life.
Modernity of Malaga is intertwined with numerous monuments. While visiting Ciudad Genial - the Great City - worth seeing are: the Alcazaba fortress and the Gibralfaro castle, ruins of the Roman Theatre, the Cathedral, the bullring and the modern harbour. Malaga is the city of Pablo Picasso and there are several places dedicated to him: Casa Natal is where Picasso was born, the Pablo Picasso museum holds many of the artist's most famous work, and then there is the famous Jardin de Picasso park. A walk through Calle Larious - the main commercial street - or the exotic Jardin de Malaga will be a great way to end sightseeing around the city.
4 July 2021