Cheap Flights to Malaga

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How much do things cost in Malaga?
Internet (6 Mbps, unlimited data) USD 40.68
Taxi start USD 3.39
Potato (1kg) USD 1.29
1 Pair of Nike shoes USD 57.63
Cinema, international release, 1 seat USD 9.83
Local cheese (1kg) USD 5.76
Imported beer at restaurant USD 3.39
Cappuccino USD 2.50
Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend) USD 6.78
Gasoline (1 liter) USD 1.95
* All price are converted to USD

About Malaga

If you love football, you must have heard the name of Malaga. It’s a grand city and also the capital of Malaga Province. It’s the birthplace of legendary artists Picasso and the city offers everything that a modern traveler loves. From spectacular beaches and architectural sites to great restaurants, you can find everything in Malaga. The city is well connected by bus, train and plane. In fact, the city has the 3rd largest international airport in Spain. You will find cheap flights to Malaga from various countries all over the world. By booking cheap flights to Malaga, you can spend the saved money in leisure activities and stay in one of the star rated hotels in Malaga.

The most visited place of Malaga is Alcazaba. It is a castle and was constructed by Moors in the eleventh century. The old fort is situated on a hill and the view of the landscape from the castle is spectacular. There is also a small palace at the top and it stores many artifacts found during excavation. In order to get a glimpse of the ancient times, you must visit Teatro Romano. It’s an old Roman theater and located under Alcazaba.

If you have spare time and energy, your next destination should be Castillo de Gibralfaro. It’s the counterpart of the Alcazaba. It is located on a taller hill behind the Moorish castle and offers a breathtaking view of the city. There are some wonderfully decorated gardens inside the castle. Buses go to the Castillo de Gibralfaro but if you love hiking, that option is open as well.

The Malaga cathedral is located at the heart of the city and its worth visiting. Just make sure it’s not Sunday or any public holiday because in such days, the cathedral remains closed. Picasso fanatics must not miss Picasso museum and Picasso’s birthplace. There are loads of paintings on display in these two places.

In every city, there is a museum and Malaga is no exception. However, there is one museum in Malaga that can surprise you. The Museo Interactivo de la Musica Malaga features only musical instruments and its collection is one of the biggest in entire Europe.

Information about travelling to Malaga

  • Currency exchange rate
    €1.00(EUR) = USD 1.07(USD)

Airports of Malaga

Malaga Airport