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Málaga is a city in the Autonomous Community of Andalusia, Spain. It is thesecond most populous city of Andalusia and the southern half of Spain, and thesixth largest in country.Málaga enjoys a subtropical climate. It has one of the warmest winters of anyEuropean city with average temperature above 17.2 °C during the day between the periodof December and February.The city is a tourist destination, due mainly to its proximity to the Costa delSol. Tourists also visit here to see the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and theMuseum of Picasso. From Málaga, other cities like Seville, Córdoba, Granada, and Jaén can be reached by train, bus or car.
A popular walk leads up the hill tothe Gibralfaro castle, offering views over the city. The castle is next to theAlcazaba, the old Muslim palace, which in turn is next to the inner city ofMálaga. You can visit the Roman Theatre, and the old Jewish quarter, theCathedral, and the Church of Santiago, in mudejar style. A walk takes the Paseodel Parque (a promenade that runs alongside a park with many palm trees andstatue) to the harbour, finishing in Calle Larios the main commercial street ofthe city.
The city is served by Málaga Airport one of the first and oldest still in operation in Spain. In 2008, it handled12,813,472 passengers, making it thefourth busiest in Spain. It is the International airport of Andalusia accountingfor 85 percent of its international traffic.The Port of Málaga is the city's seaport, operating continuously at least since600 B.C.
City of Malaga, Spain official website: www.malaga.es
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