Travel report Malaga
Travel reports describe Málaga as one of the most important university cities in Spain. Málaga was founded as early as the eighth century BC and the city’s long and turbulent history can be deduced from its many historical places of interest. Worth mentioning as sights especially worth seeing are the remains of the Roman amphitheatre, and the Moorish fortress Alcazaba von Málaga, built in the 11th century. Travel guides will also tell you that Málaga was the birthplace of Spain’s most famous painter, Pablo Picasso. The house where he was born in Málaga is particularly worth a visit; as is the Museo Picasso where over 200 works by the city’s most famous son are exhibited.
To the official tourist site for Malaga
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Airport information on Malaga Airport
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