Malaga is one of the oldest cities in Andalusia and Spain and has a historic centre, where you can feel every corner.
An old town is a place full of treasures such as churches, monuments, museums and palaces of great cultural and artistic value along with pedestrian streets and a multitude of squares.
Among the main points of interest is Calle Marqués de Larios or Calle Larios, as the locals call it. It is the most popular street in Malaga, stretching from the Alameda Principal in the direction of the Plaza de la Constitución, the most important square in the old town of Malaga. It is a commercial reference point, with the most famous and popular shops, which offers visitors a perfect place for a day of shopping and leisure.
When you book your holiday accommodation in the old town of Malaga, you will have a wide range of possibilities to discover places of great historical value.
Alcazaba and Gibralfaro Castle, Roman Theatre, Malaga Cathedral, Plaza de la Merced, Atarazanas Market, Calle Granada and much more can be found in the heart of the city.
Culture lovers won’t even have to leave the historic centre to visit a variety of the most popular museums such as the Picasso Museum, Carmen Thyssen Museum, CAC Malaga etc.