Málaga where art and the world converge

Bathed by the Mediterranean Sea, Malaga stretches its arms out over land, sea and air to grow hand in hand with the world, built on a past that was a meeting point of civilizations, where Phoenicians, Romans and Arabs left us with a legacy of customs and beliefs that is more alive today than ever, in a symbiosis that has made it one of the main capitals of the European coastline.

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At the artistic forefront, it offers a space for the exchange of ideas and thoughts, it stimulates new forms of expression and continues to seek different colours with the distinctive feature of being the birthplace of great creators. Thus, it has more than 36 museums and cultural spaces, notably including:

PICASSO MUSEUM
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CONTEMPORARY ART CENTRE
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POMPIDOU CENTRE
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Close to home Close to the world

It currently enjoys infrastructures and opportunities characteristic of a modern city, which guarantees its competitive growth, positioning it is one of the most sought-after destinations at an international level. If we add the gentle climate, strategic location and extraordinary network of connections, there are an abundance of reasons why Malaga is the perfect place for a life well lived.

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    30 million train passengers

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    2nd busiest PORT in Spain

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    Accessibility via a network of highways and motorways

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    + than 25,000 flights to international destinations

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    Large volume of imports and exports

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    Transport network for cities throughout the province

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