Málaga has an excellent academic and cultural environment as it hosts a large number of international students wanting to learn or improve their Spanish. The Capital of the Costa del Sol has always been a benchmark of national tourism. A lively, fun and full of tradition and culture city, for example, is the birthplace of Picasso. His 306 days of sunshine per year makes it the ideal destination for those wishing to study Spanish and sunbathe. Best of Málaga is, apart from the weather, the geographic location.
Málaga´s weather in winter is very mild, very mild minimum temperatures. The summers are hot, moderated by the proximity of the city to the sea.
January 1, January 2, January 6, February 28, April 21, April 22, May 1, 15 August, 19 August and 20 August 8 September 12 October 1 November, 6 December 8 December 25 December.
5 things to see
Picasso Málaga Museum
Carmen Thyssen Museum
5 things to do
Stroll through the historic center
Enjoy an afternoon on the promenade
Make hiking trails through the mountains of Málaga
Visit villages of the province
Skiing in Sierra Nevada just over an hour and a half
Málaga is a city well connected that offers excellent public transport. Travelers can choose from a variety of options to navigate through and around Malaga.
The bus network is extensive Málaga and most of the lines are operational from 6:45 to 23:00, although some even operate outside these hours. There are also 3 night bus lines. From the main bus station you can take buses to both cities and towns around Málaga in Andalusia and to other major cities outside of Andalusia.
Málaga taxis are white with blue diagonal stripes on the front doors. The pricing system is complicated, but expect to pay about 5 Euros for trips within the city. Although most of the time, it's all so close, in the center, it is better to walk.
There is the possibility of renting bicycles comfortable in the center of Málaga. There are specific and safe lanes for them to circulate and the bike forward as usual means of transport to move around Málaga.
With domestic and international flights and a large number of destinations Málaga airport is just 8 kilometers from the city, is easily accessible to all the Costa del Sol.
Rail service in Málaga and throughout Spain is managed by RENFE, Spanish train company. The Málaga train station which was opened in 2006 called Vialia Maria Zambrano and there you can purchase train tickets to Seville, Madrid, and a wide variety of destinations.