To pick up the child-friendly, open-topped MalagaTour bus, head for Avenida Manuel Agustín Heredia or the eastern end of the Paseo del...
Palacio de la Aduana
Málaga’s cathedral was started in the 16th century when several architects set about transforming the original mosque. Of this, only the...
Antigua Casa de Guardia
This atmospheric old tavern dates back to 1840 and is the oldest bar in Málaga. The peeling custard-coloured paintwork, black-and-white...
An old-world Italianite coffee/ice-cream bar that serves as Málaga’s top confitería (sweets and pastries shop) , Lepanto is insanely...
Muelle Uno information
Across from the Plaza de la Marina, enjoy a stroll under shaded structures with thickets of palms and children’s playgrounds. Opened in November 2011, the commercial end of the new port is a tad soulless and needs some greenery. It it is designed to cater to the increase in cruise passengers to the city, with restaurants, bars and shops.