You’ve made the long journey to Spain’s southern coastline and to the city of Málaga. Wouldn’t it be nice to get your euros to last a little longer? From parks to museums and markets, here’s a list of free things to do in Málaga so that you can spend less and see more.
Category: Things To Do
May 13, 2015
Welcome to Valencia, land of paella, oranges and long, sandy shorelines. Of course there’s a lot more to discover in Spain’s third-largest city — a city that simultaneously feels small but big, and modern but anchored in the past. From seeing the city by bike to checking out some of its less conventional sights, here are a few ways to make your experience discovering Valencia especially unique.
April 17, 2015
Your cruise ship arrives at the port in Cádiz or Málaga in Andalucia, and it feels like Spain is your oyster: There’s so much to see and discover. And yet, how does one set off to explore when you must be back to your port of call later that day? While you might feel limited to discovering whatever sights you can reach by foot, you can in fact discover so much more, both nearby and beyond.
April 10, 2015
There’s probably no setting more evocative to witness flamenco than in the caves of the Sacromonte. These grottos lace the underworld of a Granada hillside, and echo with the signature sounds — the clapping, stomping, singing — of Spain’s soulful art form. Without a doubt, a flamenco show is an essential experience while visiting Granada, and here are a few of the most unique ways to both enjoy it and get more acquainted with it.
March 13, 2015
Planning to visit Cordoba with kids? Though it’s a great city to discover for visitors of all ages, here are a few things you’ll want to do in order to keep the youngest in your group especially entertained.
February 20, 2015
Do you own any good olive oil? Chances are that your tasty bottle of extra virgin hails from Spain given that the nation happens to be the number one producer of olive oil in the world — and by a long shot. Where’s it all made? Well, across the country really, but most of it comes from the southern region of Andalucia. Zoom in a little further and you’ll land yourself in the province of Jaen and its charming namesake city.