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Caminito del Rey tour from Malaga with Picnic (small group)
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Caminito del Rey tour from Malaga with Picnic (small group)

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We are the best way to discover Caminito del Rey avoiding the crowds and big groups.<br><br>We are the only tour that includes a picnic with local products.<br><br>Small group (8 people max.) with independent travelers. Lots of fun guaranteed.<br><br>visits the Natural Park during the less busy hours.<br><br>The guide is an expert in geography and geology.
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Angelo B wrote a review Oct 2020
Bologna, Italy30 contributions1 helpful vote
There's absolutely nothing to do or see. Minuscule square, literally with one tree and one bench in the middle of the commercial center. Prioritize other spots specially if your time is short.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Hadassa wrote a review Feb 2020
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my family and i spent one week in the Capital of Costa del So, Malaga, renting a wondeful appartement that overlooked the Mediterranean-Sea. The Juderia neighborhood was so peaceful, beautiful and the people were so very friendly. There are many Americans who holiday in the area, while we enjoyed using our little Spanish it was interesting to speak our home tongue too. We took day trips to Gibraltar, Tangie(Morocco), and Ronda(famous for it's bullfighting arena). We also did another day trip to Al Hambra, the last moorish castle in Granada. This area is falling in history!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Mikael F wrote a review Jan 2020
Vantaa, Finland16,930 contributions807 helpful votes
The Jewish quarter of Malaga is the oldest part of the Malaga historic center where the Jewish community lived during the Middle Ages. The Jewish square was opened in 2013. It connects the Alcazaba and the Roman theater with the Picasso Museum and the Plaza de la Merced. It is not the prettiest square in Malaga.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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macedonboy wrote a review Apr 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom146,738 contributions100,081 helpful votes
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A public square in the heart of touristy Malaga.Most of the attractions of the city around this area, as are a great many bars and restaurants. The plaza itself is okay, but the restaurants here are decent (at tourist prices). If visiting Malaga, you'll likely pass the plaza at some point and it's worth visiting for it's historical value, if not the food.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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DCHPORTVENDRES wrote a review Apr 2019
Clogheen, Ireland1,278 contributions397 helpful votes
Malaga, like most Spanish cities, has lots of pretty squares, some are large and colourful like Merced, busy and fashionable like Constitucion and some are quieter and hidden away like this little gem located not far from the birthplace of Pablo Picasso the most famous citizen of this, the most southern city on the European mainland. The area is at the heart of the inner city and has a distinctly medieval feel about it and is a great place to stroll around particularly as it feels a million miles away from the nearby Eurotan resorts of the Costa del Sol where the olde Spain collides with new , and the results could not be more fascinating and at times baffling. The interesting Ben Gabirol tourist office is well worth a visit bearing in mind that it is dedicated to the philosophical legacy of the Sephardic community of Malaga. Solomon ibn Gabirol, the man himself, was an 11th century Andalusian poet and renowned Jewish philosopher. Visiting this truly historic area was certainly a highlight of a recent visit to Malaga and it is highly recommended at any time of the year. There are many good restaurants, the iconic El Pimpi and cafes, the wonderful Cafe Central, in the vicinity.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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