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In a city as crowded with cafés as Malaga, you have to do something a bit special to stand out from the crowd. So whether you serve your coffee from a stall in one of the city’s most exciting new covered markets or to customers relaxing underneath ar...
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Though it's far from being the best city in Andalusia, Malaga is also well connected to other cities in Andalusia, such as Granada, Seville and Cordoba and has a high-speed rail connection to Madrid. And with the third largest airport in Spain, it's easy to plan the perfect Spanish vacation starting in Malaga.
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As you know, the kingdom of Spain lies on the Iberian Peninsula, bordered by the Mediterranean on the south and east, those crazy French and the Atlantic to the north, and Portugal to the west. The people in the very south can even see Morocco from t...
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Jumping off the tourist carousel is often the best way to get to know a place. Here are the best non-touristy things to do in Malaga, from discovering the city’s edgy street art scene to hanging out with wolves during a full moon.
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From medieval exteriors and opulent, modern interiors, to gourmet tasting menus and underground wine cellars galore – the best castle stays lavish guests with the utmost luxury. Take time to eat, sleep and drink like royalty in these 11 castles befit for reigning kings and queens.
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