Museo Carmen Thyssen
One of the city’s latest museums opened in 2011 in an aesthetically renovated 16th-century palace in the heart of the city’s historic...
In front of the cathedral spreads the sumptuous Plaza del Obispo, where the blood-red Bishop’s Palace, the Palacio Episcopal, forms an...
Salsa fans need go no further. Casual salsa classes from 9pm to 10.30pm Tuesday to Saturday.
Located on one of Málaga’s most evocative and historic streets (Lorca used to hang out here), this tiny tapas bar dishes up the tastiest...
Plaza de la Constitución · interesting places nearby
Café Central information
An extremely popular café on the main pedestrian square. A cold beer and plate of rosada frita (fried hake) is a lunch-time must. Choose your table carefully (somewhere in the middle) or you may be plagued by various musical impresarios determined to serenade you, a feature of outdoor eating in the centre.