Malaga is a city full of culture and history, incredible corners, and narrow streets full of memories. Full of museums, castles and gardens, and best of all, many of them are free on Sundays! Here is a list that will not leave you indifferent.,
Gibralfaro Castle, which also has a viewpoint with the best views of Malaga, is free on Sundays from 2pm to 8pm. And what better plan than renting a bike and going up to see it?
The Alcazaba, a Muslim fortress, is also one of these magnificent places to visit in Malaga on Sundays for zero euros.
Let's not forget the magical botanical garden we have... called La Concepción, where you can dream for a while that you are far away from here, as most of the plants are tropical! The opening hours are from October 1st to March 31st, from 9:30 to 16:30, and from April 1st to September 30th, from 15:30 to 19:30.
The Picasso Museum, where you can find many of his works and learn more about the Malaga painter, opens its doors for free on Sundays from 6pm to 8pm.
The Carmen Thyssen Museum, a palace created by Baroness Thyssen, where you can find works from her private collection. From 5pm to 8pm.
And the list goes on... Are you going to miss it? What better way than to rent a bike or an electric bike and take a tour of the most emblematic places in Malaga?
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