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Being located on the southern tip of the European mainland, Malaga is blessed with a typical Mediterranean climate. Tourists can enjoy Malaga throughout the year, though the enjoyment will be at its peak if you travel during the Malaga Summer Fair which comes in August.
Malaga has some brilliant sites for you to go and explore. However, if you are on a short trip, then the top 10 best places to visit are Alcazaba, Malaga Cathedral, Picasso House-Museum, Cafe de Paris, La Cancela, Parador de Malaga-Gibralfaro, Gibralfaro Castle, Casa Natal de Picasso, Tryp Guadalmar and Hotel Larios.
If you are a fan of great foods, then Malaga is the place to be. Most of the restaurants serve delectable Spanish food. Some entertaining options like Flamenco shows, jazz sessions, shopping, and sightseeing tours in and around the city will keep you entertained.
Malaga city has two types of local trains, C1 and C2. The C1 runs from the city centre to Fuengirola along the Costa del Sol and the C2 line offers service to Alora. The airport stop is situated on the C1 line, which continues along the Costa del Sol. The Renfe is the main station of the city that is used for inter-city and cross-country travel across Spain. It is also a meeting point of Line C1 and C2. Malaga city has trains from Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and other several destinations in Spain. This mean of travel is inexpensive, convenient and highly recommended during the summer to avoid heavy traffic on the roads between Malaga and the rest of the Costa del Sol.