Malaga is a city full of culture, museums, parks, monuments, etc. and, even if it seems crazy, it’s possible to discover all its secrets for free. Today we bring you a list with three activities in the city of Malaga that will leave you open-mouthed. Are you up for it?
Alcazaba and Gibralfaro Castle
This Arab fortress is located in the city of Málaga’s historic centre, from which you can easily walk up to the 14th century Gibralfaro Castle. You can enjoy the history of the city and the magnificent views from the Mirador de Gibralfaro, free on Sundays from 14.00 to 20.00.
Historic Botanical Garden in La Concepcion
Also on Sundays, from 15.30 to 21.00, you can visit the Historic Botanical Garden in La Concepcion, one of the most exuberant tropical and subtropical gardens in Europe. With lots of plants and flowers, tranquil trails and many fountains, this is a must see!
The world of Picasso is open to you on the last Sunday of each month from 18.00 to 20.00 at the Picasso Museum. His masterpieces and more than 200 paintings are in this museum, which is housed in a Renaissance building, recently renovated in a modern style. And if you want to know more about Picasso, Picasso’s Birth House has free access every Sunday from 14.00 to 18.00. Another option is to visit the Thyssen museum, with free access every Sunday from 17.00.