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We did not realize this was right outside the entrance to the Alcazaba until we left the Alcazaba on the way to the Picasso Museum.
In addition to the theatre ruins you can view from the plaza to the north (picture attached), there is a...More
This place will blow your mind,you are actually looking at the remains of a Ampe Theatre built by the Romans.
You walk inside and up to the edge of the theatre you feel that you are one of the performers ready to go on the...More
I saw many better looking places like this tbh, but I can say it is just a few steps away from other attractions in Malaga, so you will pass it anyways. It is no hassle to stop there, sit and look around. There is also...More
the city of Malaga has many sigthseeing things to do. the Madonna Statue's which are carried during the fierra's. it is recommandation using a bike to recce the city. it is the city of Antonio Banderas
You can view this very nice Roman theatre from the street. Alternatively you can also go inside for a proper visit. Not the best preserved but still a very nice sight with the backdrop of the castle behind. Well worth a stop while out exploring...More