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Malaga is known as the capital of tourism, it overlooks the Mediterranean Sea and it is very easy to get there from the most important cities of Spain and Europe.

The Malaga Central Train Station is the arrival point of the High Speed Renfe AVE line ; you can use this line to get from Malaga to Madrid in only 2:30 hours. This line also takes you from Malaga to Seville and also to Barcelona and Córdoba.

Besides the high speed trains there are services during the day to Barcelona (via Valencia) by the Arco Train, and night services also to Barcelona in the AVE hotel train, and others operated by Renfe to Bilbao and Valladolid by the Estrella Picasso train.

Malaga is one of the most visited cities in Europe. Its privileged location plus its rich historical heritage gave birth to a cosmopolitan city; the Mediterranean weather and the most beautiful European beaches frame its Renaissance, Roman and Arabian architecture. This unparalleled magic makes Malaga one of the favorite cities tourists from all over the world choose to visit.

The Mediterranean coast bewitches the tourists who, when in Malaga, start to dream of glorious beaches and sunrises in the Golden Sun Coast. They are not mistaken, the main characteristic of this city is the tourist offer: 16 beaches along more than 14km.

If you choose to go to an urban beach try La Malagueta, San Andrés or Pedregalejo, there you will experience the noise and adrenalin of the Malaga sunset environment. On the other hand if you want more privacy the best options are Guadalmar, Baños del Carmen or the Peñon del Cuervo.

Malaga TourismGo through the Historical Centre or the Ataranzas Market and it surroundings. Try and get lost among the merchants and the tourists, the blend of aromas and colors create a singular atmosphere.

Sunsets in Malaga are priceless. Make a stop at Plaza de la Merced, the streets of Alcazabillas or San Agustin or the Plaza de la Constitución and contemplate a beautiful sunset from the terrace of any café trying delicious local pastries.

At sunset the city lights invite you to choose any of the various entertainment offers. There are a lot of bars and pubs at the historical centre where you can try a great variety of local meals (the fried “pescaito”, the squid and the octopus are highly recommended).

After dinner you can go on enjoying yourself from the Plaza de la Merced to Plaza de la Constitución along some streets, for instance: Granada, Alcazabilla, Plaza de Uncibay, Convalescientes, Comedias, Luis de Velázquez or Santa Lucía, the best bars and discos are full till sunrise (time for the most adventurous to go to the beach to see the sun rise).

If you want to go to a quieter and more intimate place go to La Malagueta, Paseo de Sancha, Limonar or Pedregalejo where you can find a place to have dinner, listen to good music and enjoy a nice talk with your friends.

Top train tickets from/to Malaga

Train Tickets
Madrid – Malaga. Travel time: 2:30 hours.
Barcelona – Malaga. Travel time: 5:35 hours.
Malaga – Sevilla. Travel time: 1:55 hours.
Malaga – Cordoba. Travel time: 49 minutes
Valencia – Malaga. Travel time: 9:48 hs

Rail Passes in Spain

Rail Passes
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Italy- Spain Pass
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