I had been dying to go to Malaga, Spain for about a year or so before I was actually able to go. When I finally got there I wasn’t disappointed. Hard not to be excited with 300 days of sunshine and beauty all around. My friends and I tried to do the most that we could in 48 hours even splitting up to achieve that as a couple of them had visited Malaga before.
The City Center of Malaga is filled with restaurants everywhere. It can be pretty hard to choose where to go and what to try. My friend and I were pretty hungry. We really wanted some seafood so I checked TripAdvisor. Low and behold there was a high rated place nearby called Puro Pescaito. So we decided to head there.
Malaga, Spain has some beautiful street art. Knowing this I made it mission to take time out during the day to find it. After talking a walking tour I asked the guide where I could find the area. She handed me a map and showed me. Turns out it wasn’t all too far from the Airbnb I was staying at. Even though I knew the area, it took a moment to find the actual streets, but once I did there was art everywhere.
There are so many places to choose from in Malaga it can be difficult to narrow down. Trust me, it took awhile to narrow down where exactly to stay and which Airbnb to choose. After some research and reading the reviews, I decided on a 2 bedroom apartment located in Centro Historico.
Malaga, Spain is such a beautiful city that has changed hands throughout history. It is the home to Pablo Picasso and Antonio Banderas. I have been wanting to visit for some time and I was excited to finally have the opportunity to go. This was possibly one of my favorite holiday destinations.
Spain is a beautiful country. I have already been to Malaga and Madrid. Barcelona has been on my short list for sometime. I am finally glad I got the opportunity to visit. We tried to pack in as much as we could in a few days while also just relaxing a bit. I hope what we did will inspire your Barcelona plans. Here is how we spent 3 fun days in Barcelona, Spain.