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With sandy shores, blue seas, stunning architecture and the promise of sunshine in the offing, it's no wonder that Malaga is one of the most-visited places in Spain.

Known as the gateway of the Costa del Sol, Spain's sixth-largest city hugs this famous coastline down to the nearby Marbella and is sandwiched in between the party resort and Almeria on the south coast. Millions of people

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flock to this particular part of Andalusia to visit the beaches that line resorts such as Torremolinos and Benalmadena, but the city has plenty more to offer than just sea and sunshine.

Malaga was the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and a stroll round the city will prove it's not hard to see how it could have become an ideal source of inspiration for the great artist. From the first century B.C Roman theater in the centre to the Alcazaba fortress, Malaga in present day offers imposing reminders for the remarkable span of its history.

The history books also play a big part in several of the city's key attractions. There's the Museo Automovilistico de Malaga, a vintage vehicle museum with over 85 cars to gaze over, the Museo Picasso Malaga for a look back at the works of one of the biggest names in art and the city's majestic 16th century cathedral, which brings together Renaissance and Baroque themes within an 84-metre-high structure.

Malaga is also famous for its food and no visit to the city can be complete without a taste of the local tapas. Very few places in the world can match the Malagan suppliers of bite-sized favourites such as boquerones, jamon, tortilla and fresh oysters. Not only this, Spanish hotels, bars and restaurants strive to keep their rates as low as possible to attract Brits all year round. So if you're looking for a cost-effective break with just about every amenity possible, Malaga could well be the choice for you.

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Fast facts about Malaga

Country: Spain Mainland

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Language: Spanish

Currency: Euro [EUR / €]

Electrical Plug:Two pin plug 220V 50HZ

Country Dialing Code:+34

Emergency Number: 112


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