Casa Natal de Picasso
For a more intimate insight into the painter’s childhood, head to the Casa Natal de Picasso, the house where Picasso was born in 1881,...
A most welcome spot in Málaga is the El Hammam, a perfect place to sit back and sweat it out amid the steamy semidarkness to the sound...
Museo de Arte Flamenco
Fabulously laid-out over two floors in the HQ of Málaga's oldest and most prestigious peña (private flamenco club), this collection of...
Peña Juan Breva
You’ll feel like a gatecrasher at someone else’s party at this private peña , but persevere; the flamenco is muy puro . Watch guitarists...
Tapeo de Cervantes
This place has caught on big time which, given its squeeze-in space, can mean a wait. Choose from traditional or more innovative tapas...
Plaza de la Merced 20 · interesting places nearby
Instituto Picasso information
Private language schools in Málaga, which runs two-/three-/four-week courses for €285/400/515 starting every fortnight on a Monday. There are four 50-minute lessons a day and the price includes access to cultural activities such as flamenco and cookery courses. Accommodation is also available.