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  • Rikke H
    Solroed Strand, Denmark122 contributions
    Beautiful gardens and stunning views of the city and surrounds. Highly recommend a visit. We paid like 3 Euro in entre and then you pay something extra to get access to an app telling you about the things you see when walking around. Easy to find you way around.
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • rileyzzzzzz
    22 contributions
    What a wonderful afternoon, full of colour, fashion, music and curvy cars.
    We spent far longer than we had anticipated, the museum is imaginatively curated.Im not particularly a car enthusiast but I was 100% engaged in the visit. Excellent.
    Written April 1, 2022
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  • ShakaP
    Chester, UK215 contributions
    I wish I had a market like this at home. I love Spanish markets and this is one of the best. Different sections for seafood, meat, fruit and veg, cheese etc. All fresh and seasonal.
    Some great little bars inside. Even the building itself has some serious history!
    Written May 2, 2022
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  • Nicade61
    United Kingdom36 contributions
    Stunning Cathedral
    Pay to enter but there's so much history.
    Every year I go on holiday in the area and have always visited this Stunning place
    Written May 15, 2022
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  • Rikke H
    Solroed Strand, Denmark122 contributions
    Really nice area. It has shops, cafeterias and bars and in general a nice relaxing atmosphere - but of course turisted. It is very moderne and everywhere was so clean. You can also come close to see the big cruise ships, when they are in harbour.
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • suntracker
    Grand Isle138 contributions
    we are slow climbers and it still only took about 40 minutes to get to the top. definitely worth a visit.
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • Emma&Kieran
    Ireland120 contributions
    I don’t have much artistic knowledge of Picasso and I enjoyed this museum because it was not too big but gave me a very good overview of the evolution of the artist- in turn explaining the work within a context. I found this approach very engaging. We also went to the special exhibition of Brassai photos and really enjoyed that part also.
    Written March 12, 2022
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  • Carlos A
    North Potomac, MD5 contributions
    We visited this museum and find it an enjoyable and a valuable experience. The art exposed in this beautiful mansion is exquisit!! But what really makes a HUGE difference are the guides. We were guided by Mayva. Mayva was not only very knowledgeable of the pieces of art and its history but she made us reflect snd understand how they represent the way the society was influenced by the cultural trends and the historic events. She made us think, laugh and appreciate the value of the museum collection. Mayva you are a Rock Star!!!THANKS!!
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • Vivi G
    4 contributions
    Great selection of shops from little Boutiques to well known bigger stores. Great buzz and lots of restaurants and bars to people watch.
    Written May 2, 2022
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  • Sandy S
    Albuquerque, NM862 contributions
    Countess and international socialite Carmen Thyssen obviously assembled her impressively deep collection of Spanish art from the mid-19th to early 20th Centuries with an eye to the paintings' purpose. Some of the most interesting were genre paintings that bordered on kitsch -- rosy-cheeked maidens at grilled windows entertaining suitors, peasants dancing at festivals, brawls disrupting taverns. Many of these were executed in 12" X 18" formats so that 19th Century tourists could transport them back to England or America as souvenirs. One whole gallery was devoted to seascapes, several of them large format. The most technically impressive paintings showed interior scenes, such as altar boys in a cathedral, with remarkably rendered silks and brodades.
    Written April 24, 2022
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  • Storyteller455946
    6 contributions
    Lovely garden. Well worth a visit. Easy enough to get to by bus (route 2) from Central Málaga and a walk. Great little cafe with good bocadillos.
    Written March 31, 2022
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  • JHALondon_England
    London, England121 contributions
    I really enjoyed exploring two floors of the Museo de Malaga, gaining a better understanding of the Malaga region (from an archaeological perspective) and also finding out about some painters that were previously unknown to me. The museum has a great collection of paintings - from classic to more modern painting. Allow 2 hours to view the exhibits at leisure.
    Written April 23, 2022
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  • Rikki K
    Mansfield, UK5 contributions
    We walked slowly around the park, noticing the different areas within it. There's a playground, an small outdoor theatre area, fountains and plenty of gardens.
    If you're in Malaga and passing the area, why wouldn't you walk through here rather by the busy road?
    Written January 18, 2022
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  • Cajundanzman
    League City, TX36 contributions
    We rented an AirBnb about two short blocks from the Santuario de la Victoria. I visited it many times, stopping to pray twice.
    Written April 6, 2022
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  • Michael D
    San Francisco3 contributions
    Excellent views of the city of Malaga from the castle ramparts. Great for those profile photos, a most visit
    Written April 10, 2022
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