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Malaga

16 November 2021

6 days from £2,795pp

Walking through Malaga reveals layer upon layer of the city’s past and present as you encounter the Roman theatre and the imposing Moorish citadel, discover fine churches and palaces, stop at the multi-coloured glass cube of the Centre Pompidou which displays works on loan from the Paris collection and pause by the statue of the traditional fish vendor with his esparto baskets who looks towards the Mediterranean, the sea which has shaped Malaga’s history
  • In this ‘City of Museums’ visit a selection of Malaga’s best collections of archaeology, fine and decorative arts covering over 2500 years
  • Explore the streets, gardens and colourful historic markets of the old town
  • Enjoy an excursion to the historic town of Antequera and its World Heritage Dolmens
  • Lunch and wine tasting at a local bodega in the beautiful Al Torcal nature reserve
Malaga is a vibrant and atmospheric historic city, a city of art, music, culture, gastronomy and wine, the city where Picasso was born, but a city which is often overlooked by the millions of tourists who pass through its airport every year on their way to the beach resorts of the Costa del Sol, the Costa Tropical and beyond.  This tour presents the best of Malaga: the Roman theatre, the Moorish Alcazaba and Gibralfaro castle above, the cathedral, historic churches, the Fine Arts Museum, Carmen Thyssen Museum, Picasso Museum, Museum of Glass and the Pompidou Centre. Explore historic markets, stroll through the streets of the old town, walk around the English cemetery and enjoy an evening flamenco performance.  An excursion into the hinterland takes us to Antequera, a charming market town which boasts its own Moorish Alcazaba, several important churches, an impressive ‘Plaza de Toros’ (bull ring) and a ‘dolmen park’ which encloses three grand megalithic monuments. We drive to the geologically striking natural park of El Torcal and visit a local winery. Relax under the warm Andalusian sun, a glass of sweet local wine in hand, a delicious plate of tapas within reach, and soak up the atmosphere of this revamped and revitalised city.

Your Accommodation

Hotel Molina Lario

Overview
Hotel Molina Lario is a 4 star hotel exceptionally positioned in the centre of Malaga right opposite the Cathedral and just a short distance from the port, the Picasso Museum and the city’s pedestrian district.
The recently built hotel is formed by two refurbished 19th century buildings retaining their original facade and a third completely new building, combining to create a unique hotel in the hub of the city. Its 103 rooms exude comfort and tranquillity, and every last detail is taken care.
 
Room Facilities & Amenities
  • WIFI 
  • TV
  • Safe
  • Minibar
  • Tea & coffee facilities
  • Hairdryer
  • Toiletries
  • Bathrobes and slippers, pillow menu