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Welcome to Picasso City Centre 1A

Set in the heart of the pedestrianized historic centre of Malaga, Picasso City Centre 1A is surrounded by the main attractions, bars, restaurants, cafes, and monuments this cultural city has to offer.  Situated next to the infamous Cafe Central, between Plaza de la Constitucion and the Malaga Cathedral, this luxurious one bedroom and two bathroom apartment is equipped with everything one can expect of a serviced apartment.  Picasso City Centre 1A is a first floor corner apartment with five french doors allowing you to overlook the surrounding pedestrianized marble streets.  The apartment includes a living room, eating area, separate bedroom, sofa bed in the living room, two separate bathrooms with full showers, fully equipped kitchen, and washer/dryer.  WiFi is free and if you are a NetFlix subscriber the SmartTV in the living room is one login away from watching your movie library.

Malaga, the historic centre in 4K

About Malaga Spain

About Malaga

With its two thousand-eight hundred years of history, Malaga is one of the oldest cities in Europe.  The city experienced the greatest civilizations of the Mediterranean, from the Phoenicians and the Greeks to the Romans.  Malaga is the capital of the Costa del Sol with an international airport that is accessible to visitors from around the world.  Known as the birthplace of the famous Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, and home to Antonio Banderas, the city offers 300 days of sun, beaches, hiking, architectural sites, art museums, excellent shopping and cuisine.

Best Local Eats in Malaga Spain

Best Local Eats

Malaga is an area of Spain that has a unique gastronomy with a range of local products such as olives, almonds, grapes and raisins, sweet wine, olive oil, fish, seasonal vegetables and fruits, and of course, delicious baked goods.  Although it has some of the best tapas in Spain, Malaga has so much more to offer.  This gastronomic city is also home to a handful of fantastic places for a hearty Andalusian breakfast, Spain’s most colourful local markets, delicious fried fish shops, warm Churros, and some of the best chiringuitos (beachside seafood restaurants) in the country.

Top local attractions in Malaga Spain

Top Local Attractions

There’s plenty to experience in this incredible city.  Right in the centre, you come across Phoenician and Roman remains, vestiges of the city’s Moorish heritage, opulent Baroque churches and stunning contemporary architecture. And the city’s clutch of art galleries and museums seems to be ever-growing as Malaga increasingly positions itself as one of Spain’s cultural hotspots.  Whatever you’re looking for in a holiday, from relaxing on the city beaches, soaking up the sunshine, or meandering through its beautiful streets, Malaga will provide you with the perfect getaway.

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