The city of Malaga is one of the best destinations of the Costa del Sol, a very lively place with a great offer of activities for students undertaking a course in one of the Spanish schools in Malaga. Below you will find 7 pieces of advice to never get bored in this Mediterranean city:
Go for a walk in the city’s historical center is an essential activity since it allows you to enjoy the city culture and history through its main monuments and buildings, from the Cathedral to the Roman theatre.
Visit the fortress of Alcazaba and the Castle of Gibralfaro, the two major exponents of the city’s Muslim past. Located high on the Monte of Gibralfaro, both offer magnificent views of the city.
Spend the day on the beach, take a bath and enjoy a sardine brochette (espeto) or the pescaito frito (fried fish) in a stall on any beach in Malaga, is a very recommended activity for students in the Spanish schools.
Do a route along the Malaga coast is a great opportunity to discover places such as Benalmádena, Fuengirola, Nerja, Estepona or Marbella, localities we recommend you to visit.
Go out and have tapas in Malaga is a very common activity in the city, for the local residents as well as for tourists. So, do not miss the opportunity to enjoy the best gastronomy with your friends.
Malaga is the city where the great painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso was born, we therefore highly recommend you to go and visit the house where he was born to enjoy his best work.
Nightlife in the city is very active which makes it ideal to go out to have a few drinks with your classmates or friends.
You don’t have excuses to enjoy this fabulous city.