“It takes a long time to become young,” Pablo Picasso once said. He was talking about the kind of art he wanted to create, but he may as well have been speaking of his birthplace, Málaga . The southern Spanish port town is one of the oldest cities in.
Malaga to Tangier. First up, we've got a road trip that's ideal if you're flying to Malaga . It's actually possible to hire a rental car, drive to Gibraltar then hop a ferry to Tangier in Morocco. It's a long trip , so if you're up for this incredible.
The Canary Islands get 50 flights a week. The island of Lanzarote will attract more tourists than Greece and Turkey put together. Palma in Majorca gets 15, feeding the peculiar phenomenon that is Ireland's village away from Ireland, Santa Ponsa, where.
USA TODAY's guide to new ships on order. The voyage will be followed by three more seven-night sailings in the Mediterranean between Barcelona and Civitavecchia, Italy (the port for Rome). Itineraries for the four seven-night sailings will vary and.
Temporary exhibitions in the first year are slated to include Monet, Tàpies, Sorolla and Picasso, so all in all the museum promises to be a great addition not just to the cultural scene in Málaga but to that of Spain as a whole. During the renovations.
It is no easy task trying to stop the Portuguese forward and with the game being so important to Real's chances of catching Barca, the result may come down to whether the Spaniard can keep Ronaldo at bay. Malaga have struggled this season, with the.
I stopped in Bar Santurce (on the advice of some Spanish friends) in the El Rastro area of Madrid for some excellent grilled fresh sardines and grilled green peppers washed down with some beer. A great way to start off a walking tour of old Madrid.
To uncover some hidden foodie gems, a tour with Spain Food Sherpas (spainfoodsherpas.com) is highly recommended. You'll spend a few hours in the company of a guide who is as passionate about food as they are knowledgeable about Malaga's culinary.
The financial experts, (if any still exist) say if Spain goes, so does the eurozone, so it's quite serious. So when you come in to land at Madrid's Barajas Airport, you look out of the window with some trepidation. But you have nothing to worry about.
The Feve – unmarked on most Spanish railway maps, despite being a division of state-owned Renfe Operadora – is a trio of 1,000mm narrow-gauge lines, built in 1965, that dawdle from Bilbao, in the Basque country, to Ferrol, Galicia, stopping at more.
Pro climber and frequent flier Heidi Wirtz shares five tips for long airplane rides ... Know what to check, and what to carry on “[Travel security officials] get a little bit weird about trad gear sometimes,” says Wirtz. So, she usually checks her.
With two millennia of history echoing through the narrow streets of the old town, great bars and restaurants, and a good city beach, Malaga is where Andalucia meets the Mediterranean in the most engaging and energetic way. Malaga's airport is seven.