The center of the city is advised to cruise on foot as all the significant landmarks and city sights as well as entertaining centers are located within walking distance from each other. The central streets of Malaga are safe to walk even late at night and the strolls to the remote areas of the city late in the evening should better be avoided.
Travelers visiting Malaga for the first time are recommended to visit one of the tourist offices. A large tourist information center is located on the territory of the airport, another one is set in the center of the city. The offices provide the tourists with leaflets containing the description of landmarks and sights, bus table and city map for free as well as inform the tourists on the dates of holding cultural and entertaining events of the city.
Prudent tourists will love local street cafes as they scattered around the significant landmarks. Such establishments offer to the tourists simple and affordable ethnic dishes, refreshing drinks and hot pastry. The only down side of the establishments of the kind is that there are no café halls. The visitors may take seat at small tables right in the street.
Malaga is rich in voluntary retail markets where local people offer different goods. On the markets of the kind clothes and footwear of rather high quality are sold at attractive pricing, however to hunt some exclusive and more expensive souvenirs and gifts one should better set off to shopping centers.
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