Museo de Málaga
The Museum of Málaga opened in 2015. It includes an archaeological-history section with reproductions of wall paintings found in Nerja...
Uncovered in 1951, this Roman theatre slap-bang in the city centre had lain hidden for many hundreds of years. It was built in the time...
Museo Picasso Málaga
The Museo Picasso has an enviable collection of 204 works, 155 donated and 49 loaned to the museum by Christine Ruiz-Picasso (wife of...
A beautiful Viennese-style cafe next to palm-filled gardens behind the cathedral, El Jardín attracts young flamencologists and ancient...
There's not much elbow room at this slick contemporary place, but this local tapas hotspot is planning to expand to meet the demand for...
Calle Císter 3 · interesting places nearby
Perfect for handcrafted Andalucian ceramics produced by local artisans. You can find traditional designs and glazes, as well as more modern, arty and individualistic pieces.