Malaga is considered a jewel in the crown for the most demanding tourists, it has sun, the best beaches and mountains, party y traditionsand traditions, an incredible gastronomybeautiful places and above all a climate envied by the rest of the cities. All this makes the Costa del Sol city a perfect combination for great and fun plans to suit anyone’s needs.
Are you going to visit Malaga soon? On a tight budget? Don’t worry, you’re in the right place. Here, we are going to show you 5 plans that you can not miss in Malaga, and best of all, the budget is 0€.
Prepare a camera, sunscreen (essential), comfortable shoes and above all, a lot of desire to have a good time. I assure you that you will fall in love with the city!
Strolling along the Port
The port of Malaga has a great history behind it. You can tour the port, which is more than 3,000 years old, and watch the colossal cruise ships embark and disembark from the city, as well as the exclusive and ostentatious yachts, while admiring the endless blue of the Mediterranean Sea.
Without going any further, on the same promenade you will find Muelle Uno, a shopping center where you can visit the stores and have a cocktail on the exotic terrace of the Cambara Restaurant, where you will live a unique experience.
This plan is for those who like contemporary art. Come to Malaga’s Soho and admire the works on buildings and streets created by great urban artists, such as Frank Shepard and Boa Mistura.
Malaga’s Soho is considered one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in the city, where at every step you take you will find music, performance, painting and, in short, art.
Visit one of its museums
Malaga is a city that is home to numerous museums, many of them of great prestige and renown. If you are looking for a different kind of art, we recommend the Centro Cultural de Arte Moderno, where there are many free exhibitions throughout the year. We leave you this link where you can find out about future exhibitions.
On the other hand, do you want to visit Paris without leaving Malaga? Then your museum is the Centre Pompidou, the first Parisian museum to open its doors outside the country’s capital, which is free on Sundays from 4 pm.
Visit the Roman Theater
The Roman Theater of Malaga is one of the greatest exponents of the ancient Roman Malaga. To this day it is one of the most outstanding archaeological discoveries in the province, together with the Alcazaba of Malaga. the Alcazaba of Malaga.
It was erected in the 1st century A.D. by the Romans and later taken over and used as a cemetery by the Arabs, and it was not until 1995 that remains of it were found and it was decided to demolish the House of Culture that was located on top of it.
The best of all is that besides being able to visit it, you will have a free guide who will explain all its history. We leave here the link so you can book the guided tour.
Enjoy its gastronomy
While we know this is not totally free, at some point or another you will have to eat. And one of the best things that the city of the Costa del Sol has to offer is its extraordinary gastronomy. What better plan is there than to feed your stomach? Especially if you are in the cradle of the Mediterranean diet. Here are the best places to visit in Malaga. Choose the one that best suits you and enjoy!
- If you are looking for a good tapas in a cool terrace we recommend the Kraken Restaurant, a place where you can eat well and at ease at any time of the day.
- If you prefer Mediterranean cuisine based on seafood, stop by the Beluga Restaurant.
- For a good breakfast we recommend you to go to Taberna Andaluza Lolita, where their team will pamper you as if you were a traditional Andalusian mother.
- Now, if your thing is real Italian food with tasty dishes made only from natural products, then you must visit Amaretto.
We hope this guide has been helpful and that you will enjoy this beautiful southern city to the fullest at no cost. Don’t wait and plan your trip to Malaga now!