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Malaga
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The birthplace of Picasso, Málaga, Spain, offers a truly unique blend of tourist attractions ranging from historic landmarks and ancient ruins to sunny beaches and some of Spain’s most noteworthy centres of contemporary art. Whether it’s a quick weekend vacation, or a more extended getaway, guests of Hotel Molina Lario will find centuries of culture and history ripe for exploring – from the Moorish castles and the Picasso Museum Málaga to the Renaissance Málaga Cathedral and the two contemporary museums of art. Surrounded by mountains to the north and near the Port of Málaga to the south, the city centre is flanked by inspiring beauty in every direction.

Events in Malaga

Málaga Fair

This gleeful fair kicks off with a firework display in the Paseo del Parque and promises a week of fun, festivities, flamenco and fino (sherry). With two distinct events, the ‘day fair’ and ‘night fair’, this traditional Andalusian event offers something for everyone.

Why Warwick

The Hotel Molina Lario, situated in Málaga’s old town, is the perfect place to stay when discovering everything this popular Andalusian city has to offer. A short walk to the city’s expansive green space, Parque de Málaga, the Renaissance Málaga Cathedral and the port, founded by the Phoenicians and the oldest in Spain, this picture perfect boutique hotel is the ideal option for discerning travellers looking for a true Malagueños experience.