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Málaga in two days itinerary

Málaga in 2 days: A perfect itinerary for history, culture, and nature lovers

Málaga is a vibrant city on the Costa del Sol in southern Spain. It is a popular tourist destination thanks to its beautiful beaches, rich history, and vibrant culture. In just two days, you can experience the best of what Málaga has to offer.

Day 1: Málaga city center

Start your day with a visit to the Alcazaba of Málaga, a Moorish castle that overlooks the city. The Alcazaba is one of the best-preserved examples of Moorish architecture in Spain. After exploring the Alcazaba, take a stroll through the Málaga Cathedral, a beautiful Renaissance cathedral with a Gothic cloister.

In the afternoon, visit the Museo Picasso Málaga, which houses a collection of over 200 works by the famous Spanish artist. The museum is located in the heart of the city center, near the Alcazaba and the cathedral.

In the evening, enjoy a traditional Spanish tapas crawl in the Soho district of Málaga. Soho is a trendy district with a lively nightlife scene.

Day 2: Ronda and the Caminito del Rey

On your second day, take a day trip to Ronda, a beautiful town located in the mountains of Andalusia. Ronda is known for its stunning views, its ancient bridge, and its bullring.

In the afternoon, hike the Caminito del Rey, a narrow path that clings to the side of a cliff. The Caminito del Rey is a challenging hike, but the views are worth it.

Optional third day: Caminito del Rey

If you have an extra day, you can spend it hiking the Caminito del Rey. The Caminito del Rey is a popular tourist destination, so it is best to book your tickets in advance.

Tips for planning your trip to Málaga

  • The best time to visit Málaga is during the spring or fall, when the weather is mild.
  • Málaga is a walkable city, so you can easily get around on foot or by public transportation.
  • If you are planning on visiting the Alcazaba or the Picasso Museum, be sure to purchase your tickets in advance.
  • The Caminito del Rey is a challenging hike, so be sure to wear comfortable shoes and bring plenty of water.


Málaga is a city that offers something for everyone. With two days, you can experience the city’s rich history, vibrant culture, and stunning natural beauty.

Fourth day bonus Day Trip To Alhambra Palace:

If you have three or four days, one of the most popular destinations from Málaga, is the day trip Alhambra Palace by bus

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