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In a city as crowded with cafés as Malaga, you have to do something a bit special to stand out from the crowd. So whether you serve your coffee from a stall in one of the city’s most exciting new covered markets or to customers relaxing underneath ar...
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Though it's far from being the best city in Andalusia, Malaga is also well connected to other cities in Andalusia, such as Granada, Seville and Cordoba and has a high-speed rail connection to Madrid. And with the third largest airport in Spain, it's easy to plan the perfect Spanish vacation starting in Malaga.
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Jumping off the tourist carousel is often the best way to get to know a place. Here are the best non-touristy things to do in Malaga, from discovering the city’s edgy street art scene to hanging out with wolves during a full moon.