Why Malaga in winter might be the perfect European city to visit?

If you are planning to spend your winters in Europe, there are many parts where you can enjoy pleasant weather. Malaga in the south of Spain is one such place where you can visit in winters to enjoy a wonderful time. Malaga is the capital of the Costa del Sol that has quickly turned into a cosmopolitan city and offers something for everyone.

Here are a few reasons that Malaga is the perfect European city to visit in winter:

Perfect temperature

Malaga is on the coast and has an average winter temperature of 17 degrees. This makes it a perfect destination because you can enjoy outdoors and explore the city and surroundings. There are many things to do in Malaga in winters.

Easy transport

The city has its well equipped and modern airport which makes it easier for tourists to reach the city. The airport is located at a distance of a 15-minute train journey from the center of the city. Malaga also offers good train and bus service.


Spain is known for its nightlife where young and old come out of their houses, tasting tapas, visiting the bars and enjoying shopping.  You can spend your evening in this way and there is plenty to do during the day as well.

Alcazaba Citadel

The Alcazaba is one of the most important features of Malaga. It is the former palace-fortress of the then Moslem rulers of the city. Some parts of the citadel date back to the eleventh century but most of it is dated to the fourteenth century. It is a beautiful building as it is built on a spur and fits in with the surroundings. The citadel is known for its extensive gardens and provides stunning views of the city. The citadel showcases unique decorative styles including marble columns, ceilings, ceramics, and pottery.

Picasso Museum

It is one of the most famous museums in the city. Pablo Picasso the founder of the cubist movement was born in Malaga in 1881 and you can view many of his early works in the museum.

Malaga Botanic Gardens

Malaga’s botanic gardens were founded in 1855. There is a section that features Australian native plants. In the garden, there are about 2500 tropical and subtropical species.

La Termica

It is a cultural hub. It is the place where creativity and authentic experience meet. You can visit this spot to enjoy creativity.

The SoHo art district

It is an outdoor space where there is a wide range of entertainment, shopping, and cultural activities. Malaga is also home to outstanding street art. You can view creative artwork from renowned artists of the world. You can also take a stroll through the city’s flea market, alternative exhibitions, and concerts.

Castillo de Gibralfaro

It is the best place where you can click photographs with your loved ones and post on social sites. It is a perfect place to climb up and enjoy a panoramic view of the city at sunset. You can have a lot of fun at this place even in winters.