Attractions in Malaga
Are you tired of doing the usual vacation experience? Maybe that is because you always go to places that do not offer additional enjoyable and fun experiences. If you will not correct this, you will just be wasting your money on a vacation that supposedly gives you relaxation and remarkable experiences you can never forget. There is only one way to resolve this. Why not go somewhere else that will make you experience something unique? Why not go and travel to Malaga?
Malaga is a big city that can be found in the southern part of the Andalucia region. It is strategically located at the coast of the Mediterranean area, where you have a wider choice to go there. You can either choose to travel through air, land and even sea.
Have A Unique Vacation Experience at Malaga
If you will travel to Malaga Spain by plane, the city had the third largest international airport you can ever see in the whole country of Spain. Hence, you can be accommodated by lots of budget airlines that operate there. There are regular flights from Asia and the Pacific region and even international flights from the United States like in New York.
Directly from the airport, you can go to strategic locations and attractions in Malaga through trains, taxi cabs, hired cars, or busses. The regular departure time of busses from the airport is usually every thirty (30) minutes. These busses will stopover at the Alameda Principal as well as in Paseo del Parque, where you can transfer to other busses for you to go to other destinations. These are the major bus stations that can transport you to different places in the city. The best thing about this is that it will only cost you around €2 for every ride.
If your Malaga Spain travel will be through land transportation, you can either choose to ride their train, busses or taxi. The bus stations are usually just right next to the stations of trains. All of these are for only a few euros.
On the other hand, if you want to travel via sea, you can choose to do so. There are already lots of cruise lines that travel in the Mediterranean region. This mode of transportation is actually an emerging sector that provides growth to the tourism of Malaga, as well as the other cities along the region.
Of course, after you choose how to go to Malaga, it is now time to research the possible attractions in Malaga that you want to visit. For this matter, I suggest that you do not go to all the places where most visitors go. Some Malaga historic attractions are necessary to complete your visit to the city. These are the Alcazaba and Castillo de Gibralfaro, Plaza de la Merced (the birthplace of Picasso), and the Malaga Cathedral, where you can appreciate the view while at the heart of the city.
While these are necessary, also try to allot a day to experience the Malaga Bicycle tour. By doing so, you are among the few that experienced visiting the hidden plazas and tiny back streets in the city.