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How to Plan a Trip to Malaga

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A meticulous travel plan can give you a breather to do everything you want to do on your vacation. Visit Malaga and make the most of your trip to this mesmerising city.
There are plenty of things to do in Malaga. Here are some feelers on where to travel in Malaga and the top attractions. Build your bucket list and plan a perfect trip to Malaga.

Getting around in Malaga
Travel to Malaga by plane and take the public transport buses which connect you to the city. Get around the city by train, bus, taxi or car or bike. There are ferries and cruises, and you can also explore the city on foot.

A short trip to Malaga
If you are in the city only for a day or two (short trip) then explore Malaga’s top attractions and sample the local cuisine. Take the Malaga hop-on-hop-off sightseeing bus and catch up with the city's main attractions. Visit the popular attractions like Alcazaba and Gibralfaro Castle, and later head for the museums or art galleries. Treat yourself with fried fish, paella, tapas and Malaga wine. Stop by at the pedestrian shopping centres for souvenir-shopping.
Extended Vacation
Set aside time to explore cities in close vicinity on an extended vacation. Travel to Fuengirola known for its beaches and water parks. Use the public transport to reach Granada, which is around 90 minutes from Malaga, and stop by to visit the UNESCO-listed Alhambra and the Arab Spice Market. Take out some time to visit Seville and Córdoba by high-speed AVE train. Don’t miss out in the delightful cities of Jerez, Cadiz and Ronda.

Accommodations and Festivals
You will find plenty of accommodation options in Malaga which best suit your budget. Try the holiday homes by AirBNB property or simply book a hotel in Malaga of your choice. Malaga enjoys year-round agreeable climate and you can plan to join the festivities of Semana Santa, Malaga de Festival and Spannabis

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