10 exciting Málaga attractions

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Málaga Attractions To Enjoy During Your Stay

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El Caminito del Rey

El Caminito del Rey

El Caminito del Rey or the King’s Path is a famous pathway through the mountains of Málaga, Andalusia, connecting Chorro Falls and Gaitanejo Falls, reserved for only the most adventurous hikers. It has become today a top tourist attractions. For decades it was considered to be the most dangerous hike in the world. Between 1999 and 2000, 5 people died attempting the trek. The walkway is just 1 meter (3 ft) wide and rises over

Ronda bridge

The Puente Nuevo or “New Bridge” is Ronda’s main tourist attractions and one of the icons of Andalusia and Spain. Ronda is perched high on a cliff and is split in two by a canyon that runs right down the middle of the. The Ronda bridge offers fantastic views from many different areas. We aer sure you will love it! The two halves are connected by three different bridges. The Puente Nuevo, as the name indicates

Roman theatre

Roman theatre in Malaga

The Roman theatre in Malaga Near the Alcazaba and built during the reign of the Emperor Augustus, making good use of the hillside. The ruins still have some of the marble furnishings. Castillo de Gibralfaro (440 ft. above sea level): The castle’s name comes from the Arab term for ‘castle of the lighthouse. The Arab fort was probably preceded by a Phoenician building. However, the building acquired its present form under the Nas- rite ruler

Cathedral of Malaga

Cathedral of Malaga

Construction of the cathedral of la Encarnacion in Malaga began in 1528, following the plans of notable contemporary architects; building stopped in 1783 (late if compared to other Spanish cathedrals) . An imposing marble stairway leads up to the W. façade. Two towers-of which only the N. one was completed-flank the three portals; the other tower is called ‘Manquita’ in the local vernacular, which means ‘the one without’. The middle portal has reliefs of the

Parish church El Sagrario

Parish church El Sagrario in Malaga

Parish church El Sagrario in Malaga Dating from the 15C, it was founded by Ferdinand and Isabella on the site of a former mosque. The church has a particularly beautiful late Gothic portal with lavish decoration (including coats-of arms) by Pedro López. The Plateresque high altar has statues and polychrome reliefs by Alonso Berruguete or Juan de Balmaseda. Average customer review Score for Parish church El Sagrario One day in Malaga ideas and plan  Best