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2 days in Malaga

Itinerary for a prefect trip

Discover Malaga with REMS

Welcome to our guide for spending two amazing days in Malaga! We’ll help you discover all the best things to do, see, and eat in this beautiful city. Day one is all about exploring Malaga’s historic center, while day two includes a Picasso tour and a relaxing beach day. Let’s dive in and make the most of your time in Malaga!

Day 1: Explore Malaga's Historic Center

Begin your Malaga adventure in the center.

10:00
12:00

Morning

Explore Alcazaba Fortress and Roman Theater

Begin your Malaga adventure by immersing yourself in the city’s rich history and culture. Start your day with a visit to the iconic Alcazaba, a Moorish fortress overlooking the city, offering stunning panoramic views of Malaga and the Mediterranean Sea. Wander through its beautifully preserved gardens and intricate architecture, transporting yourself back in time.

Next, head to the nearby Roman Theatre, one of the city’s most significant archaeological sites. Marvel at the well-preserved ruins and learn about Malaga’s Roman past as you explore this ancient amphitheater.

Begin your Malaga adventure in center

11:00
13:30

Visit the Picasso Museum

No visit to Málaga would be complete without paying homage to its most famous artist – Pablo Picasso. Visit the Picasso Museum, housed in the Palacio de Buenavista, a beautiful 16th-century palace. Explore the extensive collection of his works, spanning his early years to his later masterpieces.

Begin your Malaga adventure in center

13:30
15:00

Have lunch at El Pimpi

For lunch, indulge in traditional Andalusian cuisine at one of the most charming restaurant in the historic center, El Pimpi. Sample local delicacies such as gazpacho, fried fish, and Spanish tortilla (omelette), accompanied by a glass of refreshing sangria.

Begin your Malaga adventure in center

15:00
16:30

Afternoon

See Malaga Cathedral

In the afternoon, make your way to Malaga Cathedral, affectionately known as “La Manquita” (the one-armed lady) due to its unfinished second tower. Explore the impressive interior adorned with ornate decorations and stunning artworks.

Begin your Malaga adventure          

17:00
19:00

Stroll along calle Larios

As the sun begins to set, take a leisurely stroll along Calle Larios, Malaga’s bustling pedestrian street lined with shops, cafes, and street performers. Admire the beautiful architecture and vibrant atmosphere as you soak in the city’s energy.

Begin your Malaga adventure                               

19:00

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10:00
12:00

Begin your Malaga adventure in center

12:00
15:00

Have a dinner at a Michelin restaurant


For dinner, elevate your culinary experience to new heights at Blossom or Restaurante José Carlos García – Michelin-star restaurants renowned for their innovative cuisine.

Day 2: Picasso Tour and Beach Day

Morning

Have the traditional churros for breakfast

For breakfast we recommend to go to Casa Aranda to try their famous churros. Spanish churros are deep fried long shapes of dough. They are most often served for breakfast with hot chocolate.

See the city from the Gibralfaro Castle

Make your way to Gibralfaro Castle, a historic fortress perched atop a hill overlooking Malaga. Take a leisurely stroll up the winding pathway or opt for a short bus ride to reach the castle entrance. Once there, marvel at the impressive architecture and panoramic views of the city and the Mediterranean Sea from the Mirador de Gibralfaro (Gibralfaro viewpoint).

Discover Malaga with REMS

Welcome to our guide for spending two amazing days in Malaga! We’ll help you discover all the best things to do, see, and eat in this beautiful city. Day one is all about exploring Malaga’s historic center, while day two includes a Picasso tour and a relaxing beach day. Let’s dive in and make the most of your time in Malaga!

Day 1: Explore Malaga's Historic Center

Begin your Malaga adventure

10:00

Morning

Explore Alcazaba Fortress and Roman Theater

Begin your Malaga adventure by immersing yourself in the city’s rich history and culture. Start your day with a visit to the iconic Alcazaba, a Moorish fortress overlooking the city, offering stunning panoramic views of Malaga and the Mediterranean Sea. Wander through its beautifully preserved gardens and intricate architecture, transporting yourself back in time.

Next, head to the nearby Roman Theatre, one of the city’s most significant archaeological sites. Marvel at the well-preserved ruins and learn about Malaga’s Roman past as you explore this ancient amphitheater.

Begin your Malaga adventure

11:00

Visit the Picasso Museum

No visit to Málaga would be complete without paying homage to its most famous artist – Pablo Picasso. Visit the Picasso Museum, housed in the Palacio de Buenavista, a beautiful 16th-century palace. Explore the extensive collection of his works, spanning his early years to his later masterpieces.

Begin your Malaga adventure

13:30

Have lunch at El Pimpi

For lunch, indulge in traditional Andalusian cuisine at one of the most charming restaurant in the historic center, El Pimpi. Sample local delicacies such as gazpacho, fried fish, and Spanish tortilla (omelette), accompanied by a glass of refreshing sangria.

Begin your Malaga adventure

15:00

Afternoon

See Malaga Cathedral

In the afternoon, make your way to Malaga Cathedral, affectionately known as “La Manquita” (the one-armed lady) due to its unfinished second tower. Explore the impressive interior adorned with ornate decorations and stunning artworks.

Begin your Malaga adventure

17:00

Stroll along calle Larios

As the sun begins to set, take a leisurely stroll along Calle Larios, Malaga’s bustling pedestrian street lined with shops, cafes, and street performers. Admire the beautiful architecture and vibrant atmosphere as you soak in the city’s energy.

Begin your Malaga adventure

19:00

Have a dinner at a Michelin restaurant


For dinner, elevate your culinary experience to new heights at Blossom or Restaurante José Carlos García – Michelin-star restaurants renowned for their innovative cuisine.

Discover Malaga with REMS

Welcome to our guide for spending two amazing days in Malaga! We’ll help you discover all the best things to do, see, and eat in this beautiful city. Day one is all about exploring Malaga’s historic center, while day two includes a Picasso tour and a relaxing beach day. Let’s dive in and make the most of your time in Malaga!

Day 1: Historic Center

Morning

– 10:00 –

Explore Alcazaba Fortress and Roman Theater

Begin your Malaga adventure by immersing yourself in the city’s rich history and culture. Start your day with a visit to the iconic Alcazaba, a Moorish fortress overlooking the city, offering stunning panoramic views of Malaga and the Mediterranean Sea. Wander through its beautifully preserved gardens and intricate architecture, transporting yourself back in time.

Next, head to the nearby Roman Theatre, one of the city’s most significant archaeological sites. Marvel at the well-preserved ruins and learn about Malaga’s Roman past as you explore this ancient amphitheater.

– 11:00 –

Visit the Picasso Museum

No visit to Málaga would be complete without paying homage to its most famous artist – Pablo Picasso. Visit the Picasso Museum, housed in the Palacio de Buenavista, a beautiful 16th-century palace. Explore the extensive collection of his works, spanning his early years to his later masterpieces.

– 13:30 –

Have lunch at El Pimpi

For lunch, indulge in traditional Andalusian cuisine at one of the most charming restaurant in the historic center, El Pimpi. Sample local delicacies such as gazpacho, fried fish, and Spanish tortilla (omelette), accompanied by a glass of refreshing sangria.

Afternoon

– 15:00 –

See Malaga Cathedral

In the afternoon, make your way to Malaga Cathedral, affectionately known as “La Manquita” (the one-armed lady) due to its unfinished second tower. Explore the impressive interior adorned with ornate decorations and stunning artworks.

– 17:00 –

Stroll along calle Larios

As the sun begins to set, take a leisurely stroll along Calle Larios, Malaga’s bustling pedestrian street lined with shops, cafes, and street performers. Admire the beautiful architecture and vibrant atmosphere as you soak in the city’s energy.

– 19:00 –

Have a dinner at a Michelin restaurant

For dinner, elevate your culinary experience to new heights at Blossom or Restaurante José Carlos García – Michelin-star restaurants renowned for their innovative cuisine.