The most romantic side of Malaga

The most romantic side of Malaga

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Saint Valentine’s day is closing in, and it can be the perfect opportunity to surprise your partner with a romantic escapade to a city where you can plan a wonderful relaxing trip, and escape from daily routine. In this post we propose a trip to discover the most romantic side of the Mediterranean city of Malaga.

A perfect plan to do as a couple, is to enjoy a day at the spa. Let yourselves go by the pleasure of relaxation that water provides, as well as the different massage techniques that are offered by the city’s spa centres. We can recommend the Hamman Al Andalus, a reputable establishment situated in the centre of Malaga, just minutes from the birthplace and Museum of Pablo Picasso.

Afterwards, you can enjoy a soothing carriage ride through the centre of Malaga or other areas of the city like the seaside promenade. This romantic trip will allow you to discover the most important tourist sights, swept by the charm of the pulling horses.

You can finish the day with a romantic dinner at one of the charming restaurants in Malaga, which boast spectacular views of the sea, such as Mr-1 restaurant, or with views to the architectural treasure of Alcazaba, such as the El Pimpi Marinero or the Parador de Gibralfaro.

After a full day of travelling, the best you can do is, relax and unwind in a comfortable accommodation, such as Petit Palace Plaza Malaga Hotel. It is a beautiful boutique hotel in the centre of Malaga, perfect for a couple’s trip and where you will find all the services and amenities within walking distance of the main tourist attractions of the city.

On the other hand, you can’t leave the city without spending, at least one day, walking through the charming streets of the old town of Malaga. If you have some time, you can let yourself go freely and wander around the streets. You will certainly discover beautiful places that will surprise you.

The historic centre of Malaga is very comfortable to visit on foot, because it is formed by a network of pedestrian streets, with important buildings and monuments close to each other, like the Cathedral, the Alcazaba and the Museum of Pablo Picasso.

You can’t miss places like the stunning Moorish fortress of Alcazaba, the Roman Theatre, located at the foot of the Alcazaba, or Malaga’s Cathedral. It is also a good advice to visit the Castillo de Gibralfaro and admire the most stunning views of the city.

Don’t think about it anymore and start to plan a romantic escapade to Malaga. You will definitely enjoy them!

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