What to See in Malaga in 2 Days: Keys to Experience the Costa del Sol Like a Malagueño

The best thing about Malaga is that you won’t need too much time to fall in love with the city…Thanks to our tips, you’ll know exactly what to see in Malaga in 2 days and you will be head over heels with our sunny and modern city in record time. Do you want to be amazed? Let’s go then!

Malaga is one of the most visited cities in Spain and that is not a surprise. Its charm, streets, gastronomy and weather will win your heart during your visit, even before you set a foot in Calle Larios. So, in order to make it easier for you, we wrote this useful guide where you will find what to see in Malaga in 2 days and where to eat in Malaga, so you’ll only have to focus on enjoying the most emblematic spots and not missing anything important. Let’s start!

1. What to See in Malaga in 2 Days: Premium Visit
2. What to See in Malaga in 2 Days: Historical Visit

1. What to See in Malaga in 2 Days: the taste of a Premium Experience

Malaga is a city to enjoy on a large scale. For this reason, from Malaga Premium Hotel we suggest you an exclusive plan so you can know what to do in Malaga in 2 days. It could seem you are going to be in a hurry, but that is not the plan! Just calm down and take a rest from the daily routine… Enjoy 2 Premium days thanks to our gastronomic hotel.

Restaurante BenditoFor a nice beginning of the first day, you can start with one of the tasty breakfasts at our Bendito Restaurant on its sunny terrace. Right after that, you can visit places as charming and historical as the Paseo del Parque, surrounded by ancient trees and classic buildings, as the Palacio de la Aduana, the Rectorado of the University of Malaga, the headquarters of the Bank of Spain and, of course, the City Hall, which is fondly known by locals as “La casona del parque”. Near those spots, you can enjoy a visit to the Centre Pompidou Malaga, next to Muelle Uno, an authentic shopping centre by the sea in which you can buy clothes or handicrafts and other interesting stuff, like design furniture. Can you think of a more Premium plan?

Now it’s time to recover some strength at our Yubá Restaurant. Try a delicious fusion of the most daring cuisine. Located at the first floor of the first gastronomic hotel in the city, Yubá presents dishes as exquisite as exotic. In the evening, nothing more delightful than relaxing on a boat tour by the Malaga’s bay. Share the tour with friends or reserve a catamaran to organize an open sea party. Don’t let anything ruin that sunset on board!

Descubre Málaga en nuestro hotel en el centro de la ciudad

Do you want to know what to do in Malaga the 2nd day? We suggest you the majesty of Malaga streets and squares. Alameda Principal, Calle Larios, Plaza de la Constitución or Plaza de la Merced are some of the proper names of an itinerary full of class and historical buildings. Talking about experiences… one of the most renowned spots to enjoy on a visit to Malaga are the Arab baths o hammam. Put an end to your 2-day visit to Malaga as if in heaven.

Finally, to finish your trip on the top, visit our Malaga terrace, the Terraza de San Juan, where you will enjoy a chill out atmosphere with good music and a good cocktail in the very centre of Malaga. Relax after two days of tourism and enjoy our surprising views of the city!

2. What to See in Malaga in 2 Days: The Historical Malaga

Malaga is a city that has much to offer. From its amazing beaches to its charming historic centre, this city has a large number of lovely and beautiful spots to learn about its culture and history. Malagueños exist for more than 3,000 years!

If you can’t resist historical visits and our Premium suggestion is not enough for you, you are a lucky one. You have much more monuments to see in Malaga and none of them will let you unmoved. In order to enjoy a panoramic air walk, we suggest you the Cubierta of the Cathedral, known as “La Manquita”. From here, you will observe some of the most emblematic spots and you won’t miss a detail of the city. But that’s not all! Another well-known and photographed place in the very historical centre is Castillo de Gibralfaro, from which you will obtain a privileged view of the Alcazaba, the Roman Theatre, the sea and Malaga sunset. From here, you can recover strength in another Premium establishment: Batik Restaurant and Alcazaba Terrace. Fusion gastronomy and top cocktails at the same place.

If you don’t know what to do in Malaga to take a closer look at its history, in your 2-day visit you should take advantage of the cultural and museum offer of the city. Be surprised with the wide museum variety that Malaga offers you: pottery, glass, typical popular traditions, etc. However, undoubtedly, the most important History museum at Malaga is the newly opened Malaga Museum at the Palacio de la Aduana, which holds the collections of the Malaga Fine Arts Museum and the Malaga Provincial Archaeological Museum. A building with history in and out.

Do you already know what to do in Malaga in 2 days? We hope this guide of what to do in Malaga and where to eat in Malaga has been useful for you and it helps you to get ready for your next trip to the Costa del Sol. If you decide to visit us for 2 days, we recommend you to stay in the first gastronomic hotel in the centre of Malaga, Malaga Premium Hotel. Our hotel is right at the heart of the city, so you will have within reach the best of our 2-day visit to Malaga. Come on, make your reservation now! We are waiting for you!


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