This year the Christmas lights in Malaga will be switched on the 24th in November, will you miss it?
The lighting decoration and switching date change every year, in past events they used up to 600.000 led lights in Larios street, the most centric and popular street in Malaga, nevertheless this city is one of the best places to enjoy the lighting in the world. [ Read more ]
Christmas in Malaga: Experience the lights, markets and New Year’s Eve. was last modified: November 13th, 2017 by
With a Roman past and with a strong Muslim history that left us monuments like the Alcazaba fortress. Malaga is a beautiful tourist destination during all the year that has ended up being the source of undead infection in 2017.
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Zombie infection detected in Fuengirola in November 2017! was last modified: November 3rd, 2017 by
If you’re looking for nosleep ghost stories or mysteries in Malaga, here you’ll find some of the most curious and scary. These stories have been the subject of years of research and the key that sheds light on their mysteries has not been found.
There’s nothing better than Halloween eve to read horror stories and mysteries in Malaga. Will you join us in discovering them? [ Read more ]
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On Friday, November 3 at the Centro Cultural Villa de Nerja from 9:00 pm onwards, this proposal takes place that fuses the essence of tango and flamenco from a musical and dance perspective. [ Read more ]
Tango Nights in Nerja was last modified: October 31st, 2017 by
According to statistics from the major airlines operating at Malaga airport there is expected significant growth in both domestic and international flights. I thought it would be a good idea to do a review of interesting activities you can do during these months.
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Activities in Malaga in October and November was last modified: October 23rd, 2017 by
For the 19th time, the Spain-Japan Forum arrives in Malaga from 18 to 20 October. As every year it brings us a wide program that brings Japanese culture to the people with the help of gastronomic, festive and cultural activities. [ Read more ]
Japanese culture arrives to Malaga was last modified: October 9th, 2017 by