Málaga

MálagaThe city of Malaga is located in Spain, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. The city is located on the Costa del Sol on the Mediterranean Sea, which is approximately 130 kilometres north of Africa and around 100 kilometres east of Gibraltar.

The city of Malaga enjoys a Mediterranean – subtropical climate and has an extremely warm winter that is typically warmer than any other city in Europe. From December through February, the daytime temperatures are usually about 17 degrees Celsius and in the evenings during these months the average temperatures are around 7 to 8 degrees Celsius. The summer in the city lasts for around eight months, from April through November, with the hottest month being August. August has temperatures averaging from 26 to 32 degrees Celsius.

There are many things to see and do in the city of Malaga. The city has plenty of museums, including the CAC Malaga, which displays modern art. The museum hosts several events throughout the year, including collections from all over the country and world.

Another interesting museum located in the city is the Museum of Glass and Crystal of Malaga. The cost for entrance into the museum is €4 for adults and €2.50 for children under 12 and for groups of 10 or more.

Other sites to see in the city are the walls that offer the Roman, Phoenician, Arab, Byzantine, and Spanish compound remains in the city. There are several churches of interest in the area as well including the Church of Sacred Heart, the Church of the Holy Martyrs, and the San Felipe Neri Church as well as the Church of Santiago. In addition, there is the Castle of Gibralfaro that is connected to Alcazaba, the royal residence.

To visit the city, you will arrive at the Malaga Costa Del Sol Airport. When planning your trip to Malaga, it is important to consider car hire in Malaga Airport in order to get to all the wonderful destinations the city has to offer.

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