Local expert guides to Málaga

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Local expert guides to Málaga

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Urban Bicycles

Bike Shop

Located in the “neighborhood of arts”, SoHo, Urban Bicycles is unique because of the bikes it offers- vintage, good-looking bikes from the 1970s, which are for rent at the best prices! We also are selling bikes and accessories, customizing them, and repairing them. We do all of those things in our delightful, different, and bohemian shop.

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Cristina Drafta


I am an addicted photographer, and a traveler passionate about the world. I write for Argophilia and other travel sites, and I like to use Stay.com to plan my trips. Hopefully, you can use my guides to plan yours too.

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Natasha Johnson

Wedding Blogger & Celebrant

Natasha Johnson is an award-winning wedding blogger, writer and experienced wedding celebrant who conducts personalised and unique wedding ceremonies around both Malaga city and Malaga province. Natasha’s expertise sees her writing for wedding magazines, guest blogging on other wedding and non-wedding blogs. She is also the resident ‘Ask The Expert’ columnist for Spain and Gibraltar’s Confeti Wedding Magazine. When her head isn’t stuck in weddings, it’s stuck in wines and tapas.

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Sleazy Records

Record Store

Sleazy Records is a music shop specializing in 50’s Rockabilly, Rock & Roll, Instrumental Surf and Rhythm & Blues.

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Yoga Retreats Malaga

Yoga Vacations

Yoga Retreats Malaga offers retreats to nourish and renew yourself with yoga & meditation and tasty vegetarian or vegan meals, along with transport and restful accommodation. The venue is idyllic with views over the sea and the mountains in the background. It has a lovely big garden full of interesting trees, animals and a swimming pool! The retreat is within the old village of Benalmadena Pueblo, which is very pretty with cobbled streets and white houses.

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Málaga Business Week

  1. Teatro Cánovas +Add

    Teatro Canovas

    Flamenco and everything, literally
  2. Auditorio Municipal de Málaga1 +Add

    Auditorio Municipal de Malaga Cortijo Torres

    Malaga's premier outdoor concert venue
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    Antigua Casa del Guardia

    Wine as it should be enjoyed, from the cask
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    ZZ Pub

    A very big little music pub
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    Málaga Plaza

    A little mall with a lot of heart
  6. Calle Marqués de Larios +Add

    Marqués de Larios

    Malaga's best fashion and people watching
    Locals' Pick
  7. Mercado Central de Atarazanas +Add

    Mercado Central de Atarazanas

    Once a market, always a market
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    El Hammam Banos Arab

    Better than the average pampering
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    El Oceano Spa

    Beauty treatments galore
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    Extreme sports were never so organized
  11. Besapié a Jesús del Perdón +Add

    Museo de la Cofradía de La Esperanza

    Museum of artifacts from the holy procession
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    Museo Catedralicio

    Little known treasures of enormous significance
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    Real Santuario de Santa María de La Victoria

    Home of Malaga's patron saint
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    Tivoli World

    Costa del Sol's biggest amusement - park
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    Plaza de toros La Malagueta

    Still the legends echo here
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    Centro Comercial Larios Centro

    Shop until you or someone drops
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    Catedral de Málaga

    Malaga's biggest cathedral
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    Castillo de Gibralfaro

    Malaga's most important fortress
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    Alcazaba La Málaga

    The fortified hill overlooking Málaga
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A week doing business and fun in Malaga

Of all the places to do business, imagine Malaga is a trip.This place is made for fun, and for diversions from work, not diligence. Still, meetings can work with quick sightseeing excursions to Castillo de Gibralfaro, shopping sprees at Centro Comercial Larios Centro, etc. After hours, fine dining, entertainment, and moonlit nights provide ample incentive to work hard the following day. Malaga is great for business.