Malaga Flights GuideMalaga is a gorgeous city on the coast of Spain famous for the Gibralfaro Castle, with its 600 year old walls and incredible view of the city. You can stop by the Picasso museum to experience many of his works in his hometown and also visit La Manquita to explore the city's symbolic cathedral. Finally, stoll around Pier 1 Port to experience the beauty of the city and its incredible architecture reflecting off of the water.
Malaga has many forms of public transit in and around the city, extending outside of the city limits. Within the city, Malaga has local city bus services as well as a two line Metro running to the northern and southern, eastern and western limits. Trains also connect Malaga to other major cities in Spain.
Malaga has a relatively warm year-round climate reaching high 20's(?) in the summer and dropping to 12? in the winter. The best time to visit Malaga is in the late spring and early fall when the temperatures are the most comfortable and the rainfall is at a minimum. Tourist crowds will often be lower at this time as well, however if you are looking for a hot climate, visit Malaga in the summer, specifically July.
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