An ancient city founded 8 centuries BC by the Phoenicians, you will be surprised by the quantity, variety and quality of its monuments. We emphasize:
- the Punic walls in different locations in the city, such as the Plaza de la Marina, or the
archaeological site inside the MPM.

- the pools where the Romans made the precious GARUM, perfectly visible inside the university rectory or through the glass pyramid in the alcazabilla street.

- the Roman theater, one of the oldest in Spain and still in use

-the only Islamic complex in the country, the citadel-castle of Gibralfaro, both connected by the earthly coracha.

- also from the period of Arab domination the entrance door to the old Arabian cofferdam today market of the same name.

- Mudejar remains such as the church of Santiago
- Gothic doorway as the church of the Sagrario
- the cathedral of Malaga, which although "manquita" for missing one of its towers is surprisingly beautiful to combine three architectural styles (Gothic. Renaissance and Baroque) Its interior could well be a museum for the countless pieces of sacred art.

The sanctuary, the basilica of Our Lady of Victory, with the Gothic image of our patron saint and the pantheon of the counts of Buenavista. Perhaps one of the most overwhelming sites that can be visited in our city.

- the Plaza de la Merced, where the birthplace and the statue of the Malaga genius Pablo Ruiz Picasso reside, or the Bishop's square with the imposing Baroque facades of the cathedral and the episcopal palace, or the centrally located Constitución, or the Marina square in front of the waterwheel or "the eye of Malaga".

- live the baroque Malaga through its churches, the Holy Christ, Martyrs, St. John ... and approach through their images to the Malaga Holy Week.
And if not, we can go to any of the brotherhoods, most of them with spectacular museums like the one of La Esperanza

- classic buildings such as the Cervantes Theatre or the old Customs Palace

- old post and telegraphs today of the rectorship in neo-mudejar style or the town hall in neo-baroque both from the beginning of the 20th century

...and much more. What do you want more attention, if you do not have clear, do not worry we advise you according to your tastes and the time you have.