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Six million tourists descend on the Costa del Sol each summer, but only about six per cent of them actually visit Malaga, what a shame! The Plaza de la Merced is a spacious 19th century square in the historic centre of the city. It's a...More
I stayed right by the plaza and really liked it. It’s always alive and busy yet not obnoxious or pretentious. Surrounded by restaurants and cafes including Starbucks (the only non local establishment). Nice to grab a to go empanadas from a side Argentinian joint and...More
Malaga is a nice place with hundreds of squares. This square must be visited at least with 2 more that are important and very close to each other.
From here go to Plaza de la Constitución and then Plaza del Obispo (where the Cathedral is)....More
This is at the time of our visit, a nice quiet relaxing area of Malaga. Not much here other than the square with a few trees and a monument. Surrounded by many old buildings, some of which need a little repair and a nice selection...More
Unique place in the center of Malaga. Nice place with trees full of violet and rose flowers and Mr. Pablo Picasso himself is sitting there.
There is also a birth house of Picasso and many lovely bars with good prices around the square. In the...More
We were here in April and this place looked drab and dreary even on a nice day. It seemed a bit of a waste to be honest. We came back at the end of May start of June and the place was transformed. Lovely purple...More