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August 09, 2019
Arab ruins in the center of Malaga, I recommend visiting
July 25, 2019
XI Century Castle right in the center of Malaga, whose name means 'citadel' in Arab. A landmark of Malaga, a must see! Visit it free on Sundays after 2PM. Hint: take the elevator on Calle Guillén Sotelo, 1, 29016 Málaga directly into the castle. No lines!
June 20, 2019
Ancient fortress. A must see
May 20, 2019
Interesting and informative place, very easy to reach - just a few steps up, at the conclusion of the excursion I advise to stop in a cafe with beautiful views of the sea, the landscape and walls of Alcazaba and fix this impression: a glass of wine with olives or a cup of coffee or ice cream for…
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January 29, 2019
The Alcazaba is a fortress and palace, described by some to be like a mini Alhambra. It’s a great site to visit as it’s right in the middle of Malaga, opposite the famous El Pimpi tapas bar, has a well preserved Roman Amphitheatre right below it and a stunning piece of Renaissance architecture right…

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“Built in the first Century by Emperor Augustus, but discovered only on 1951 (!), is one of the most preserved roman theatres. You can even enjoy a real play during the summer. Enter, sit and feel like a roman descendant, for free - entrance by the Alcazaba palace. Or enter by the interpretation center (left side of the theatre) and discover also the interior. ”
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