Hello, malaga

Malaga might not be as popular as other Spanish cities, but a quick visit to the birthplace of Pablo Picasso is enough to win any visitor's heart. With a great mix of ancient history and modern culture, nearly 3.000 hours of sunshine a year, and several kilometres of beach, it's quite easy to see why Malaga has been described as "Ciudad del Paraíso" ("Paradise City").


The Cafes to visit

Ice cream

Casa Mira

Casa Mira is an institution in Málaga and it has the best ice cream in the city according to both Malagueños and every tourist that comes here--the long queues only confirm that. Although they don't have a place to sit, you'll find lots of benches around the Cathedral to enjoy your rich and creamy ice cream. And don't worry about the wait, the staff at Casa Mira are friendly, helpful, and fast.

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Casa Aranda

Eating churros is a must when visiting Malaga. And for nearly nine decades, Casa Aranda has been serving this delicious treat to be dipped in thick warm chocolate to both locals and visitors with great success. Drop by for some breakfast or an afternoon coffee with the locals.

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Meat and wine

El Jardín

Next door to the Cathedral of Málaga, you will find this cosy and beautifully-decorated restaurant and cafe, which besides serving authentic Andalusian cuisine, also offers tango classes on Thursdays and flamenco shows on the weekends. Be sure to book your table in advance.

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Couple in cafe

Café Central

If you're in the mood for some coffee and people-watching, then Café Central is the place to go. Churros con chocolate is also served here, and in case you get hungry, they also have a breakfast and lunch menu.

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Wine and food

Lo Gueno Meson

Traditional Spanish restaurant in the historic centre of Málaga serving a variety of tapas as well as some meat and fish options.

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