Malaga 4 Nights Program

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      5 Days

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    DAY 1
    Arrival – Malaga

    • Arrive at Malaga Costa Del Sol International Airport.
    • Our Airport representative will meet & greet you.
    • Pick – up from Airport and transfer to the hotel in Malaga as this is a port city on southern Spain’s Costa del Sol, known for its high-rise hotels and resorts jutting up from yellow-sand beaches.
    • Check-In to the hotel.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 2

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Pick up from hotel for the local sight-seeing and visit few amazing places like, La Alcazaba, Roman Theatre and Malaga Cathedral.
    • LA ALCAZABA: With powerful walls visible from almost anywhere in the city, Malaga’s Alcazaba is a Moorish fortress palace and valuable monument from the Islamic era. It was first erected in the 8th century and was bolstered and expanded over the next five hundred years. On this hill there are two sets of walls which are protecting an inner and outer citadel. The outer citadel contains the palace’s stunning gardens with fountains and gateways that the Arabs built out of old Roman columns.Within the second set of walls is the palace and stately dwellings that are spread across three peaceful courtyard gardens.
    • ROMAN THEATRE: Just down the hill, beyond the outer walls of the Alcazaba is the best ancient monument in the city. The theatre was in use for around 300 years up to the 200s but then was forgotten about and even used as a quarry during the Moorish period.The structure was only rediscovered in 1951 and considering all it’s been through is actually in pretty good shape today.Several tiers of seating of the 16 metre-high cavea (spectator’s circle) remain undamaged and there’s a recently-opened visitor centre showing off some of the finds at the site including amphorae and everyday tools.
    • MALAGA CATHEDRAL: The city’s cathedral took more than 150 years to build, and so is a kind of melange of renaissance and baroque styles.The facade for example was one of the last parts to be completed and is suitably grand, with arches, columns pilasters and stone reliefs depicting saints. The cathedral’s north tower is 84 metres-tall, second only in Andalusia to La Giralda in Seville. There was supposed to be a South Tower, but instead the funds for this were diverted to help America gain independence from the British.You can read about this on the cathedral’s information plaque where the tower should have been.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 3

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Pick up from hotel and today you’ll explore the maximum and the best of Malaga by visiting places like, Castillo de Gibralfaro, Museo Del Vidrio and Parque de Malaga.CASTILLO DE GIBRALFARO: Like the Alcazaba this hilltop fortress looms above the city. It’s a majestic landmark that you might recognize from Malaga and the wider province’s emblems. Unlike the Alcazaba the site has a more warlike purpose, with lookout towers and ramparts that are still standing today, competing with the pines on the hillside.There has been a fortress here since the Phoenicians more than 2,500 years ago and this castle was the scene of a pivotal siege in 1487.The Muslim Malagueños held out against King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella for three months before surrendering when they ran out of food.
    • MUSEO DEL VIDRIO: This intriguing little museum is in a lovely old house from the 1700s, with exposed beams in the ceilings, period furniture and tasteful decoration.What people come to see though is the large collection of antique glassware that spans several thousand years. There are pieces from a range of ancient civilizations: Phoenicians, Romans, Ancient Greeks and Egyptians.Check out the green Roman glass bowl, still intact 2,000 years later.Then further on you’ll see beautiful Venetian items, glassware from the 17th-century Dutch Golden Age and a collection of English lead glass including jugs and wine cups from the 1500s.
    • PARQUE DE MALAGA: When the heat is on, this esplanade is like diving into the undergrowth, and you’ll be surprised how cool it can be, even in the summer.The broad, lush fronds of the towering palm trees provide ample shade over the three main walkways.There’s also something surreal about seeing ornate pieces of baroque and renaissance sculptures and fountains surrounded by subtropical plants.In front of the City Council building is a beautiful rose garden, ringed by orange trees and cypresses.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 4

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • After breakfast pick up from hotel for your full day tour.
    • Visit Automobile and Fashion Museum Here’s an attraction that celebrates the finer things in life. Both guys and girls will find something to admire. For the blokes there are 100 classic cars, including Maseratis, Cadillac’s, Aston Martins and Bugattis.The collection goes back to the earliest years of automotive travel with a De Dion Bouton from 1903.As you journey through the decades, from the roaring 20s to the 1950s Dolce Vita era the museum adds historical context to models on show. You can make a similar trip through the years in the seven fashion galleries, where 200 original pieces of haute-couture are on display.
    • Time to visit Picasso’s Malaga Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga, so no trip can be complete without paying tribute to this 20th-century icon. You will head first to his birthplace or Casa Natal on Plaza de la Merced. Its a few minutes on foot from all the city’s landmarks, and his parents rented the first floor for a couple of years at the start of the 1880s.There’s a small collection of his artwork, as well as artefacts from his youth. A larger display of his paintings can be seen at the Picasso Museum a couple of minutes away (tickets should be booked in advance).Much of these are from his formative early-20th century years (Olga Khokhlova with Mantilla, 1917) but they illustrate the artist’s growth in that time.
    • Next you will visit Malaga Football Club; in the northern suburbs is La Rosaleda, a marvelous stadium with a 30,000 capacity.Its home team, Malaga CF, has been in the Primera División for almost a decade now.For a period Malaga underwent huge investment from their Qatari owner, which propelled them to the Champions’ League, but he has stopped pumping money into the club so they have fallen back a bit.At any rate, every other week from August to May you can see matches from Europe’s best league here, and there’s also a stadium tour and museum documenting Malaga CF’s famous players and trophies.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 5
    Fly Back

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • After breakfast pick up from hotel for Airport.
    • Arrive at the Airport and fly back to home

    Top Attractions of Malaga 4 Nights Program Tour

    Mlaga Cathedral

    The Cathedral of Mlaga is a Roman Catholic church in the city of Mlaga in Andalusia in southern Spain. It is in the Renaissance architectural tradition. The cathedral is located within the limits defined by a now missing portion of the medieval Moorish walls the remains of which surround the nearby Alcazaba and the Castle of Gibralfaro. It was constructed between 1528 and 1782 followi

    Museo del Vidrio y Cristal de Mlaga

    The museum is located in a crefully restored 18th century house where we can browse through the history of humanity by means of the glass. Opening hours Tuesday to Sunday from 11am to 7pm.

    Castillo de Colomares

    Castillo de Colomares is a monument in the form of a castle dedicated to the life and adventures of Christopher Columbus. It was built near Benalmdena in Spain between 1987 and 1994. Covering an area of 1500 meters it is the largest monument in the world to the explorer but also contains the smallest church in the world covering an area of just 1.96 square meters.

    Museo Picasso Mlaga

    The Museo Picasso Mlaga is a museum in Mlaga Andalusia Spain the city where artist Pablo Ruiz Picasso was born. It opened in 2003 in the Buenavista Palace and has 285 works donated by members of Picassos family. In 2009 the Fundacin Paul Christine y Bernard Ruiz-Picasso that owned the collection merged with the Fundacin Museo Picasso Mlaga that operated the muse

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