Puts the Spanish into Spain! Loved the at atmosphere, shops, people, food and history. Great place to explore side streets and small authentic venues and meet real people.
This is one of the most interesting spots in Malaga. It is a beautiful area surrounded by numerous restaurants. The plaza contains large bronze plates showing newspaper stories about the establishment of the Spanish Republic in 1978. This is one of the most important events in modern Spanish history and the display here is fabulous. If you are in Malaga... More
The Plaza de la Constitution is a focal point in Malaga with the main shopping area running from it. Sit and stare and watch life go by as you enjoy a coffee and cake at one of the many cafes in the Plaza. A place to see and be seen.
Almost every visitor who goes to Malaga passes through the Plaza de la Constitucion because it is at the end of Calle Larios and connects with Calle Granada. Anything that is important that is happening is found at this plaza. There are about 3 cafeterias adjacent to the plaza where one can sit outdoors and see what is happening here.
All sorts of events took place when I was here. After the siesta ends, all the locals of all ages come out to walk and watch. There were social gatherings, people meeting up after church, and even big, celebratory protests for education when I was there. The palm trees in the square are wonderful. This Plaza is a nice surprise... More
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