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The 5 Best of Everything in Malaga

Introducing The 5 Best of Everything in Malaga, a new travel guide for one of Europe’s top cities for a short break. Designed to ensure visitors get the most of their holiday in Malaga, this new guide offers comprehensive information together with detailed maps and insight, all bang up to date.

The 5 Best of Everything in Malaga places the very best of Malaga into one easy-to-use guide, available at your fingertips via your mobile phone or tablet. Whether you’re planning your visit in advance or are in Malaga itself and need ideas on what to see or do, where to eat or how to get around, this unique guide provides all the information you need.

Guide contents

Divided into six main sections – Sights, Things to do, Sleeps, Eats, Buys and Essentials – this guide to Malaga is made up of 42 listings with the 5 best venues in each. With its suggestions, the guide ventures on and off the beaten tourist track. For example, the 9 listings in the Sights section give up-to-date information on the 5 best art museums, the 5 best unusual sights, the 5 best views… The 8 listings in Things to do cover the 5 best half-day fillers, sports activities, children’s fun, time-out options, etc. Some you’ll have heard of, others will be new.

In the Malaga accommodation section you’ll find 4 listings offering the 5 best hotels or hostals in each category whether they’re boutique gems, budget venues, splurge options or unusual stays. Eats goes to town on Malaga’s long, long list of bars and restaurants, and the 13 listings include 5 of the best tapas places (budget and gourmet), treat yourself restaurants, craft beer bars, afternoon teas and many others. And if you’re shopping for tasteful souvenirs – and we’re not talking kiss-me-quick hats or Picasso t-shirts here – and typical Malaga produce (think wine, cheese, raisins, cold cuts…), the four listings in the Buys section suggest where to buy them.

No travel guide is complete without an essentials section and The 5 Best of Everything in Malaga need-to-know information covers getting to and around Malaga, what to do in an emergency and when things go wrong (including a list of consulates), tourist information and what’s on in Malaga.

Guide maps

Finding your way around a new city can be difficult, but The 5 Best of Everything in Malaga makes it easy . To ensure you can see where to go and how to get there quickly and easily every listing in The 5 Best of Everything in Malaga includes a pinned Google map locating every venue precisely. No more getting hopelessly lost!

Up-to-date always

In addition, this travel guide to Malaga is continually updated. New information or changes to the current details are added regularly to the app with the new data available instantly on your mobile phone or tablet at no extra price. And the whole guide is fully updated every six months so you know you’re looking at the very latest and correct information about Malaga.

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Where to buy the guide

Compatible with Android and iOS devices, The 5 Best of Everything in Malaga costs €4.99 and is available on http://www.guidetomalaga.com/#buy. The price includes automatic updates for as long as you keep the guide and there are no costly premium versions or intrusive advertising. The guide’s website has a comprehensive blog where you can find extra information on things to do and see in Malaga. Check out http://www.guidetomalaga.com/blog/ for the latest posts and there’s also the option to sign up for the fortnightly Malaga newsletter so you always know what’s going on in Spain’s top tourist destination for 2015.

Why Malaga?

Malaga features on many of this year’s top destination lists compiled by travel guide giants such as Lonely Planet, Frommers and Guardian travel. This vibrant city with a great choice of things to see and do, sunny weather almost all year round and excellent value accommodation and restaurants is attracting record numbers of tourists in 2015. But despite all its attractions and must-visit status, Malaga rarely merits more than a few pages in travel guides. With this in mind, the ultimate travel guide to Malaga was born.

About the author

The 5 Best of Everything in Malaga has been written and designed by Joanna Styles, a travel guide expert who lives in Malaga. Joanna is a regular updater for the Andalucia and Costa del Sol chapters for Fodor’s Spain and updated the eastern Andalucia chapters for the latest editions of Rough Guide to Spain and Rough Guide to Andalucia (2015).

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