Information about flights from Manchester to Malaga
Get your flights from Manchester to Malaga on lastminute.com. Malaga is a modern destination with lots of history. The character of Malaga is made up of narrow pedestrian streets, traditional balconies and bars. The province and surrounding areas are also host to a number of museums and other great attractions.
If you are INTO seoplatform.art museums, Museo Picasso must be first on your list of things to do. This museum hosts of 204 pieces including the famous portrait of Picassoâ€™s eldest son painted back in the 1920â€™s. Its basement is also the home of Roman, Islamic and Renaissance archaeological remains which were all discovered during the construction process.
If you want to taste the Granadaâ€™s Alhambra, then take a walk to MÃ¡lagaâ€™s Alcazaba. This forted palace dates back to the 11th century and is complimented by a small archaeological museum which exhibits Moorish ceramics and pottery.
Another famous attraction is Castillo de Gibralfaro which leaves a trace of the Islamic past of the city. As it stands on high ground, visitors get an amazing view of the city. Its main purpose was a lighthouse and military barracks when Malaga served as the main port for the territory of Granada. Another famous attraction is Casa Natal de Picasso which is Picassoâ€™s birthplace. Here you can find a centre of exhibitions, academic research and a well-stocked shop.
If you want to explore Malaga then let the locals show you the best attractions and you just sit back enjoy being chauffeured around the city on a hop-on hop-off bus. There are over 14 strategic stops that will show you the birthplace of Picasso, the historic streets, as well as lavish gardens.
The diverse and exclusive nightlife of the city is another reason why thousands of visitors fly from Manchester to Malaga every year. The city is transformed from an historic one to a lively one at night. The most popular areas for nightlife are Calle Larios, Calle Granada and Plaza de le Merced. You can find anything from clubs with dance floors to piano bars where you can relax over a cocktail or two. Some of the top clubs are Vista Andalucia, Oâ€™Neillâ€™s Irish Pub, and Weekend which is very famous with young clubbers.
A holiday without shopping is never complete, so try some of the city's most popular shopping centres, El Corte Ingles, Calle MarquÃ©s de Larios and Centro Comercial La Trocha. The latter also offers multiscreen cinema.
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