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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").

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Russian Museum - Coleccion del Museo Ruso

A rare collection of art from the Leningrad State Museum, this cultural outpost offers insight in to the cultural soul of Russia, from the palatial to the postmodern. Readings, lectures and performances of classical music and folklore accompany the permanent and rotating exhibitions to provide a thorough insight into all kinds of Russian art.

Malaga Feria

Dance both day and night away at The Malaga Feria, a week-long festival of street parties. To get you in to the Fiesta spirit, the Feria kicks off with a huge fire work display - make sure to try out your Flamenco moves!

Cueva del Tesoro

One of only three marine caves in the world, Cueva del Teroso is home to unique geomorphic formations. First settled in in the Paelolithic Age, the caves are filled with cave paintings. Legend has it there is also a lost, ancient treasure ("Teroso") hidden somewhere in these crevices!

Malaga’s Beaches

Malaga has kilometres of beautiful sandy beaches all along the Promenade of Pablo Ruiz Picasso - also lined with restaurants and bars. The most popular beaches are La Malagueta and La Caleta. Both of the beaches provide facilities like showers, toilets, sunbeds and so on. On La Malagueta you will also find a children´s play area.

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