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Raff

The hustle and bustle of this vibrant industrial-style restaurant is perhaps unsurprising considering the free tapas offered with every drink! Simple, almost pub food, of good quality and at reasonable prices: an international menu, with burgers, traditional ‘raciones’ (large sharing plates) and even fried rice or noodles. A great place to meet up with friends...

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Mesón de Cervantes

A Malaga institution. Mesón de Cervantes has been serving the city for a number of years now and continues to go from strength to strength, opening a third sell-out restaurant in the centre. Run by an Argentinian family, the menu is geared towards sharing and this is what we strongly recommend. In fact, there is...

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The Three Wise Men roll into town

January 6th is a national holiday in Spain (yes, another!) but this time it is perhaps one of the most popular, especially among the younger generations. It officially draws an end to the festive calendar and sees the Three Kings (or Los Reyes Magos) come from the East bearing gifts to all of the good...

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La Tetería

The Middle East never feels far away in Málaga. Besides the Hammam and the Alcazaba, you can also endulge in the Arabic atmosphere at one of the many teterías. These tearooms typically serve a wide range of teas and Arabic sweets in a traditional setting, with plentiful lanterns, cushions and tapestries. La Tetería lies in the heart of...

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El Desván de Lulú

Our attic might be filled with Christmas decoration and old school books, but not so Lulú’s attic (in case you haven’t guessed it yet: attic is desván in Spanish). From floral skirt to pompom dress, this treasure trove-like shop has everything for fashionista’s who like their wardrobe colourful and summery. More into accessories? Give your outfit a finishing...

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Feria de Málaga

Anyone who has been in Andalucía will have heard about the Feria de Málaga – the largest summer fair in southern Europe. This week-long party, which happens during August, brings normal city life to a stand-still. If you need to run errands, forget it. A five-minute walk will become 45 minutes, and when you get there,...

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Café de l’Abuela

Exploring the centre? Take a break at Café de l’Abuela, a cosy and inviting café located between the Cathedral and the Picasso Museum. With outdoor seating and a view of the Cathedral, it is no wonder that this local café is popular with many tourists looking to recharge their batteries while on a city tour. The menu...

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Las Merchanas

You can’t get much more Málaga than this! With wall-to-wall Semana Santa photos, statues, posters and sculptures, there is certainly no escaping the fact that you’re in Spain. Always packed full with locals, you will struggle to find a seat unless you go at ‘guiri’ time (before 8pm). A great place to share ‘raciones’ with friends...

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Museo del Vidrio y Cristal

The Museo del Vidrio y Cristal de Málaga (The Malaga Museum of Glass and Crystal) is one of the city’s hidden treasures, tucked away in the backstreets of the San Felipe Neri district of the city. Located in a carefully-restored 18th-century town house,  each room chronicles the history of mankind through the medium of glass. It...

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MPC Shop

Run by a young entrepreneur, Mery Peace Closet or MPC caters to all of your fashion needs with outfits for an edgy, rock-chick look, with brands such as Ichi and Tiffosi. Calle San Juan, 1, 29005 Málaga Mon – Sat: 10:00 – 21:00 Sun: closed