Cheap Hotels in Madrid

Cheap Hotels in Madrid

January 27, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Madrid is not only the capital of Spain, but a city full of magnificent architecture, sizzling nightlife

Malaga festivals and traditions

Malaga festivals and traditions

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The portrayal of Christ’s passion in Riogordo, the “throne races” of the nights of Easter Thursday and Good Friday in Antequera, and the solemn processions in Malaga itself, which have been declared a fiesta of International Tourist Interest, are just some examples of the significance of the Easter celebrations for the province as a whole.

Malaga Alcazaba

Malaga Alcazaba

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From an Arab word meaning ‘fortress’, the Alcazaba is no mere castle. Unlike some of the interesting but fairly plain examples in England, this defensive structure is also an architectural marvel. Situated on one of the many high hills near Malaga in the Andalucian region of Spain, it was constructed over a period of several […]

Malaga Guadalteba trip

Malaga Guadalteba trip

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Bordered by the campina of Sevilla, the Guadalhorce Valley, the Serrania de Ronda, the Sierra de Cadiz and the Antequera district, this area forms a natural corridor, irrigated by the river Guadalteba, which gives it its name.

Malaga Guadalhorc Valley tour

Malaga Guadalhorc Valley tour

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The immense orchard of the valley of the Guadalhorce, very near to Malaga itself, comprises the municipalities of Alhaurin de la Torre, Alhaurin el Grande, Almogfa, Alora, Cartama, Coin, Pizarra, and Valle de Abdalajrs.

Malaga Axarquia trips

Malaga Axarquia trips

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La Axarquia is unusual in offering spectacular contrasts of landscapes in a very condensed area: high mountainous areas (The Sierras de Tejeda, Almijara, and Alhama Nature Park) are to be found in close proximity to the coast with its sandy beaches, steep cliffs, and hidden coves (the Acantilados Maro-Cerro Gordo nature area).

Malaga cuisine

Malaga cuisine

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Malaga’s cuisine boasts a wide variety of simple, healthy dishes prepared with natural ingredients, some of which are protected by a denomination of origin: olive oil with the Antequera Denomination of Origin; cherimoyas with the Chirimoya de la Costa Tropical Granada-Malaga Denomination of Origin; raisins with the Pasas de Màlaga Denomination of Origin; and wines […]