Málaga. Sublime and earthly masterpieces
Málaga is a city-cosmopolite, city-charm, and the native city of one of the most famous artists Pablo Picasso. It is like a bright precious jewel that attracts by its magnificent colours and shades. Warmed by a caressing sunshine Málaga impresses the travelers by its beautiful and splendid boulevards, avenues and parks. Here you can find the best seafood restaurants with the most delicious dishes. And like any other ancient city Málaga has its own “special” sights. One of them is a fortress built in the middle of 11th century that will open you a fantastic view of the city and also the best panoramic sight for your photoshoot. It is absolutely breathe-taking!
There are two persons that we can call “the symbols” of Málaga. One of them is an outstanding artist and sculptor Pablo Picasso. Today the house, he lived in, is turned into a museum. Here you can not only see Picasso’s works, but also watch the film about his life and creativity. The museum is giving a wonderful possibility to plunge into the world of art and learn more about the Picasso’s phenomenon. The other “symbol” of Málaga is Antonio Banderas. This famous actor started his career in the theatre Cervantes. Some pictures of the movie “Summer rain” were also shot there.
There is a unique Botanical garden in the city center of Málaga. It really impresses by a rich collection of plants from all over the world. The golden fishes living in its fountains can carry out any of your wishes. So these fountains are keepers of many people’s secrets, as garden’s visitors entrust them with their most concealed hopes, dreams and expectations.
And now let’s pass from the sublime to something material but delicious – a famous delicacy of Málaga called “pescaito frito”. It is a savoury assorted dish of fried fish. It’s a favourite dainty of all the tourists visiting Málaga. It becomes especially tasty with a glass of wine from an ancient cellar.