Category: Malaga, Granada, Spain 2018

A holiday in Malaga, Spain.

27.02.2018 /3: Mercado Central de Atarazanas

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Entrance to Atarazanas. (C)Two Queens Travel Blog 2018

Another definite testament of the Moorish influence on the Andalusian life and architecture is the marvellous wet market of Atarazanas. Jules made a live feed video of the place, which you can see from Facebook.
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27.02.2018 /2: Museo Interactivo de la Música and a Flamenco Show

Spain96From the Museo Picasso Málaga we quickly headed to our next destination, the Museo Interactivo de la Música, Interactive Museum of Music, which was also included in the Red Bus tour discount package.

One of the reasons why we decided to visit such a museum was because the entrance fee includes a flamenco show! Continue reading “27.02.2018 /2: Museo Interactivo de la Música and a Flamenco Show”

27.02.2018 /1: Picasso Museum at Málaga

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Museo Picasso Málaga (C) Two Queens Travel Blog 2018

New busy day ahead being on holiday and all!

As we purchased the Red Bus tour, and got free entrances to several museums as part of the tour, we decided to try to utilise as many of the offers as possible. One of the museums we decided to pay a visit was the Museo Picasso Málaga, as it would have been almost a sacrilege not to – Picasso, after all, was a Malagueño!
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26.02.2018 /3: Antigua Casa de Guardia

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Antigua Casa De Guardia. (C) Two Queens Travel Blog 2018

When we started to plan our trip to Málaga we, of course, went online to check out what kind of sights there would be to see. We saw a YouTube video about this place and simply had to pay the Antigua Casa de Guardia a visit. Continue reading “26.02.2018 /3: Antigua Casa de Guardia”

26.02.2018 /2: Castillo de Gibralfaro and Alcazaba de Málaga

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View of Malaga from the Gibralfaro. (C) Two Queens Travel Blog 2018

When you go to the Gibralfaro and even remotely think of the Alcazaba, the combination ticket is the way to go. The cost is meager €3.55 / person, so even if you are in a tight budget, you can still do it. However, the entrance fee must be paid in cash, so be prepared! Continue reading “26.02.2018 /2: Castillo de Gibralfaro and Alcazaba de Málaga”

26.02.2018 /1: Tourists in Málaga

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The Red Bus (C) Two Queens Travel Blog 2018

So, what to do on your first full day in a new city? Do as the tourists do – go sightseeing! Our accommodation assistant (the person who did our check-in) gave us tips about the sightseeing opportunities and today we chose to use the Red Bus sightseeing as we have done those tours previously.

Besides, in Málaga, they have a 29€/person package that gives you free entrances to several museums, and a possibility to see a flamenco show! Continue reading “26.02.2018 /1: Tourists in Málaga”

25.02.2018 /4: A quick walk to Sabor a Mar

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Peace (C) Two Queens Travel Blog 2018

After walking with our bags from the train station to our accommodation at Calle Dos Aceras, we do a bit of unpacking and decide to head out to find something to eat, and also to get the first glimpse of Málaga, the City of Picasso and Antonio Banderas. Continue reading “25.02.2018 /4: A quick walk to Sabor a Mar”

25.02.2018 /2: Transit in Munich

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Munich Airport (C)Two Queens Travel Blog 2018

The hip and modern people sit nicely down, and play with their phones and tablets whilst waiting for their next flight. As part of this modern culture, so do we. It definitely creates an atmosphere that we are actually busy business people. If they just knew! Continue reading “25.02.2018 /2: Transit in Munich”