Mirador de la Alcazaba

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Przewodnik po Maladze

Another viewpoint in Malaga is finally open!

 

After a 7-year break in reconstruction  and political problems in  in October, a new viewpoint was opened. Oh, and you don't even know how happy this discovery made me, because I have another place to sit, look and sigh at my Malaga :) and the view is wonderful, oh it is!  

 

From above, we will see Malaga from a different, so far inaccessible perspective. The Cathedral is spread out in front of us, as it is very easy to see tourists walking in the vaults of Bovedas Cathedral . Moreover, at our feet, the Teatro Romano , not to mention the Alcazaba itself. From the vantage point, we will also see the apartment and terrace of Antonio Banderas, which is very popular in Málaga  Alcazaba Premium terrace.  

 

There are two entrances to the point - the first is on Calle Cilla between Teatro Romano and Albaniz cinema, the second is near the tunnel at  Mundo Nuevo. 

Introduction  it is free, however, unlike Mirador Gibralfaro, the point is available only at certain times - in the summer period June September from 10.00 to 20.00, in the winter period October - May from 10.00 to 17.00. In addition, it is forbidden to eat, smoke in the place

and walking the dogs.  

 

I've been hanging out here quite a lot lately, sipping my favorite coffee with

El Ultimo Mono (I checked you can ;)  I enjoy the view, the sun and the amazing energy that this city has :)