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Prime season: April - October
Residents: 600 000
With about 300 sunny days per year, Malaga is really a city made for rooftop bars. And they make the most of it, there is alot of great terraces to chose from around the city. Most of them with a classic "costal feel", meaning quite simple decor with white lounge furniture and then letting the sun do the rest of the decoration. Malaga is not a city filled with sky scrapers, so most of the rooftops are around the fifth floor or so. Some have a rooftop pool and are open through out the day, and almost all of them are open quite late into the night. Which are the best rooftops in Malaga?
You can find a complete guide about Malaga here. All you need the get most out of your visit in this beautiful city.
Malaga is one of the oldest cities in the world, situated on the Mediterranean coast in Andalusia in Spain. It is the sixth largest city in the country. Being such an old city the historical city center offers alot of sights telling stories of old times. Among the most famous are the Castle of Gibralfaro and the Alcazaba. The most famous person from the city is probably the artist Pablo Picasso, who of course has his own museum.