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If you do the Gibralfaro and Alcazaba visits you will end up right at the roman theater. Its cool to be right in the city center, the remains are not well preserved and kinda look like there isn't much attention given to it from the...More
There is something very grounding about having a +/- two thousand year old Roman theatre 'just there' in the middle of a modern, vibrant and lively Spanish city. That the theatre stand before a wonderful Moorish fortress and faces a tourist restaurant only adds to...More
It’s located right next to the City Centre so there is no reason not to visit but if you have seen other Roman theatres in for example Athens or on Cyprus than this one will not impress. It’s quite small and low.
Free to visit and to be fair you can see most of it from the street, however sitting on the top row of the tiered seats really gives a feel for what it might have been like for the Romans attending this Theatre
The best view is from outside looking across the stage to the auditorium. You get a sense of its history and architecture. The remains are very exposed for visiting on a hot day, and it is often hot here. Plenty of Roman theatres exist, many...More
Beautifully restored Roman theater.It is just next to the Alcabazar in Malaga do not miss it if you are there.You can see it very well with the Alcabazar in the backround and you don't need to actually enter to see it.