Sitting on Spain's Costa del Sol, Malaga may well have a party reputation, but for the history lover it offers a journey through the ages. Starting at the Roman Theatre, stopping off to admire the intricate Moorish architecture of the Alcazaba Fort and ending at the stunning 18th century cathedral, the city offers a real insight into the cultural influences which swept through much of the country throughout the various periods of Spanish history. However, Malaga is not just for history buffs! Any art lover will be interested to learn that the city lays claim to being the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and the contemporary art at the Picasso Museum is well worth a browse. Visitors would also be hard pressed to avoid the delicious cuisine this area of Spain has to offer, and what better place to sample some of the hard-to-resist local delicacies than the Atarazanas Market.
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