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Tips on finding quality car hire at Malaga airport

Opting for car hire at Malaga Airport is an excellent option for independent travellers who want to get the most out of their trip. Having a private vehicle allows visitors the freedom to explore the city of Malaga and the enchanting Costa del Sol at their leisure without having to rely on public transportation. There are also a wide range of exciting daytrip destinations that can easily be reached by car from the southern Spanish city of Malaga, including the vibrant city of Torremolinos. The r… full article

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On application - Country house in Malaga

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Built: 90 m² Bedrooms: 3 Electricity: Yes
Terrace: 0 m² Bathrooms: 49 Water: Yes
Land: 0 m² Pool: No Phone: Yes

Right in the historic centre of downtown Malaga, in a brand new apartment building that is under construction yet almost finished. The completion date is set in April 2004. This is a large three bedroom apartment on the second floor, on the left at the front side of the building, overlooking the rivier Guadalmedina as it passes through town. The apartment will be sold with a private parking space in the basement parking, which is included in the price.

The city of Málaga, and especially the old city centre, is a metropolis on a human scale. Most of the city's monuments and other places of interest are at walking distance from house, around the Plaza de la Merced. In Moorish times, this square used to be a free market outside the city walls. Nowadays it hosts many open-air events, such as the annual Feria in August and the Spanish Film Festival. The house at the left hand corner of the north front was the birth place of the famous painter Pablo Picasso. Down the street to the west, next to the market hall, you'll find the Teatro Municipal Miguel de Cervantes, the city's most important theatre.

Málaga's undisputedly most important monuments, which really deserve a visit, are the Cathedral, the Alcazaba and the Gibralfaro. Just around the corner from the Plaza de la Merced are the Roman Theatre (Teatro Romano), and the Moorish Alcazaba and Castillo de Gibralfaro, from where you'll have a great view of the city, the Bull Ring (Plaza de Toros) and the subtropical Paseo del Parque. At the west end of the park, you'll find the Cathedral, reputedly the smallest in Spain. From here, you can roam the alleys of the old city, back to the Plaza de la Merced and your home.

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