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The Best Entertainment In Malaga:








Malaga Fair

The Malaga Fair, in Spanish Feria de Malaga, is a festival that takes place in two areas; one during the day is located in the downtown area of Malaga and the night fair which takes place at Cortijo de Torres. With an audience of about 2 million visitors, the Malaga Fair is an important event on the Costa del Sol.

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Malaga Fair




Jardin Botanica La Concepcion Malaga

In 1943 the garden was officially declared an artistic historic garden, currently considered a Cultural Heritage Site (BIC).

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Jardin Botanica La Concepcion Malaga




Pompidou Art Gallery

Located at the edge of the city port, Pompidou is becoming a modern center of culture in Malaga, offering art in multiple formats for all the family. A perfect place to visit when you're in the city.

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Pompidou Art Gallery




Malaga Adventures

Offering a range of tours catering to every taste and budget, malaga adventures is run by a dedicated team of locals who love showing off the very best that their home city has to offer.

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Malaga Adventures




CF Malaga

If you're in Malaga and a fan of football then why not, fixtures permitting of course, visit CF Malaga, the official football club of the city, founded in 1904.

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CF Malaga




The Malaga Wheel - Mirador Princess

The Malaga Big Wheel, otherwise known as the Mirador Princess is a 70 meter high ferris wheel installed next to the port of Malaga in September 2015.

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The Malaga Wheel - Mirador Princess




La Malagueta - The Malaga Bullring

La Malagueta is a 19th-century bullring with a museum housing 6 centuries of bullfighting history which opened in since 1876 and has been denominated a cultural asset of Spain.

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La Malagueta - The Malaga Bullring