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Tips for First-Time Travellers to Malaga
Travelling from Malaga Airport (AGP)
Once you’ve disembarked your flights to Malaga, making your way from Malaga Airport (AGP) to the city is easy. A bus leaves the terminal every 20 minutes and costs less than 5€. There’s also a train, which costs less than 3€ and stops right in the middle of the city. A taxi journey will set you back around 20€.
Hit the Beach
As soon as you’ve found your cheap flights to Malaga, it’s time to start dreaming about the beach. Just west of the city, Sacaba beach is more quiet than the main beach of Malagueta, which makes it the perfect place to relax after your long flights to Malaga. Some of Malaga’s best beachside restaurants can be found a little further from the city, at El Palo Beach.
See The Sights by Bicycle
Chances are, you booked your return flights to Malaga for a chance to see the sights. The city’s flat roads and wide, long boardwalk make it the perfect place to bike around. You can rent a bike for half the day or a full day at one of the city’s numerous bike rental stores.
The Best Time to Visit
Finding cheap flights to Malaga during the summer months can be a challenge, as tickets to Malaga are more expensive during the tourist season. Visiting during the pre-summer months of March to May could help you find return flights to Malaga at a much more reasonable price. This time of year also offers a break from the intense heat and summer crowds, although the city is not as vibrant as during the peak season.
Landmarks and Monuments You Can’t Miss
The Picasso Museum
Art buffs have been known to book flights to Malaga just to see the iconic Picasso Museum. If the airfare to Malaga left a hole in your budget, you can enjoy entry into the museum for free on Sunday afternoons.
Of course, history buffs might want to book their tickets to Malaga purely for the historical sites the city is famous for. Built in the early 11th century, the Alcazaba and adjacent Roman theatre, which dates all the way back to the 1st century BC, form one of the most well-preserved palaces in Spain.
The Bulls Arena
La Plaza de Toros La Malagueta dates all the way back to 1874. Even if bullfights are not your thing, it’s worth visiting the arena for the historical and cultural significance it plays in the city’s landscape.
Top Experiences For Visitors
Tuck Into a Plate of Tapas
These delicious bites are just one of the highlights that draw visitors to book return flights to Malaga over and over again. Order a couple of plates at a time, as food comes to the table as its prepared. Enjoy a selection of bites with a cold beer or glass of Spanish wine.
Enjoy the Famous Bar Scene
Malaga is famed for its sweet wine production, which can be sampled at two famous bars in the city. If you aren’t tempted to look for flights to Malaga Airport yet, the promise of this quintessential Malagueño experience might just do the trick. Right in the middle of the city, El Pimpi is a favourite of celebs the world over for its charm and great wine. At Antigua Casa de la Guardia, you’ll feel like you’re stepping back in time as you sip a glass of cherry muscat.
Hop on-Hop off Bus Trip
Join for the full trip from the starting point at Renfe/Vialia Train Station (Stop 1) or jump on board at any of the stops along the way. Your ticket is valid for 24 hours, so you can take in Malaga’s most iconic sights at your leisure.
Pack for Sunshine
With your tickets to Malaga in hand, it’s time to start packing for a region that sees more than 320 days of sunshine per year! However oince the sun sets, it can get quite cool, so pack layers.
A Swimsuit is Imperative
If you’ve booked your flights to Malaga for summer, you can’t leave without packing a swimsuit. Days are hot and humid and you’ll want to cool down after a long day of sightseeing!
If you found cheap flights to Malaga during the winter, be sure to pack warm pajamas. Evening temperatures dip quite low and as many Spanish homes aren’t insulated, you’ll need to wrap up nice and warm before bed.