Things to do Malaga. See photos of Malaga.
Museo Automovilistico de Málaga/Automobile Museum. If you like cars then you may be interested in visiting this collection of 85 vintage vehicles in the newly renovated Tobacco factory in the centre of Málaga. The star attractions include a diamante rolls-royce and a Unic from 1920. Museum website.
The English cemetry. Established in 1831 it is the oldest non-Roman Catholic cemetry in mainland Spain. It can be found situated in the heart of the city not far from the bull ring. Official website.
Gibralfaro, Málaga. This castle overlooks the city of Málaga and there has been some form of settlement here since Phoenicians founded the city. More information.
Alcazaba, Málaga. Built in the mid 11th century and is said to be the best preserved in Spain and as its next to the Roman Ampitheatre and the Gibralfaro it’s a must. More information.
Roman Ampitheatre. Found at the foot of the Alcazaba it was built by Emperor Augustus. In 1951 it was rediscovered and after many years of archaelogical digging and reconstruction it is open to the public. The reconstruction was hampered after it was discovered a lot of the stone had been used by the Moors to construct the Alcazaba. More information.
Picasso Museum. Housing 155 works by the famous artist the museum can be found in Buenavista Palace in the centre of Málaga in calle San Agustin, 8. Open from 10.00 until 22.00. More information.
Museo Carmen Thyssen Málaga. Situated in Calle Compañia, 10 in the centre of Málaga. More information.
Centre Pompidou on Muelle Uno en Málaga harbour is an art gallery that opened in November 2013. It has a large sjylight in the shape of a cube with coloured glass. It houses about 70 permanent works as well as temporary exhibitions. More information.
CACMálaga (Centro de Arte Comtemporáneo)
The museum is some 2,400 square metres and was officially opened in 2003. It is a modern art museum with a significant number of permanent pieces. It is situated along the banks of the Guadalmedina river. More information.
The city of Malaga also has a football team in the top flight of Spanish football. Málaga CF play in La Liga and you can visit their Rosaleda stadium for a tour. More information.
See photos of Malaga.