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Discover Granada, the city which prides itself on some of the richest history,
craftwork and best food in Spain, and Málaga, one of the most vibrant cities in Europe.#SpainIsPartOfYou
The splendorous city of Granada lies at the feet of Sierra Nevada. Its food, craftwork and architecture clearly marked by its glorious past, make it the charming city it is. The vibrant streets and squares packed with hustle and bustle make this city shine.See Itinerary
With Castillo de Gibralfaro as its backdrop, we find a lively city filled with beautiful spots and remarkable history. Malaga is considered as the capital of the Costa del Sol, which makes it one of most visited and vibrant cities in Europe, boasting sun, beaches, people and above all, beauty. It’s magical!See Itinerary
Savour its traditional tapas to discover typical Spanish food. These are small-sized dishes prepared to the highest culinary standard and are the soul and core of Spanish gastronomy. Try the authentic flavours of Granada, feel the textures of the ingredients and let yourself indulge...
A walk through its dreamlike palaces and gardens, among its lovely fountains and pools, will carry you away to another era. Visit the city at night and discover a new meaning to the word “magical”. The former citadel, fortress, and home of the Nasrid sultans, the Alhambra is Granada’s greatest cultural treasure.
Pure emotions and deep passion. This is the essence of flamenco, a form of traditional Spanish music. Discover flamenco by listening and feeling the contagious energy and emotion through the rhythm of a live performance. You’ll be blown away!
Let your mind flow freely and relax in authentic Andalusian Arab baths that will carry you back to the past. A unique place where water will pamper all your senses and bring you inner calm.
Open your mind and snap away at the Centre Pompidou Málaga. Metamorphosis, innovation, and avant-garde art. Let yourself get carried away by the most innovative pieces in the international art scene. This is a meeting place for learners and masters. If you have time left on your hands, don’t forget that you can also visit the Picasso or Carmen Thyssen museums. There is lots of art on show in Malaga.
Kick your shoes off and enjoy the sand barefoot. Let the breeze embrace you. Feel the sun on your skin. One of the best things about Playa de la Malagueta is that you can do all of this while you enjoy a refreshing drink or savour local cuisine at one of its beach restaurant terraces. You won't want to leave Malaga!
Popularly known as “la Manquita” by the locals, Malaga’s Cathedral gets its name because it is unfinished. Something which could have meant visiting is was not worthwhile has in fact made it more special and unique. The spectacular Renaissance monument is one of the most important emblems of the city and one of the best examples of architecture of that time in Andalusia. You must see it!