Letmalaga Juan Padilla Center
2 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom | 5 Pax | 75m2
Beautiful apartment in the heart of the city. It is fully equipped to accommodate up to five people so it is very comfortable for families or friends. It has two bedrooms, living room, bathroom, double bed, sofa bed and a single bed. It also has all the amenities such as air conditioning, tv, wifi, hairdryer, toaster, coffee maker, iron, kettle, crockery, etc..
Note: Guest registration is required for check-in.
We offer luggage storage service in our office from 10:00 – 18:00. Personalized customer service by phone and in our office from 10:00 to 21:30.
The center of Malaga is very manageable due to its size and the large number of pedestrian streets, making it easy to visit the main places of interest on foot:
- Larios Street. The reference street of the Malagueños. This beautiful pedestrian street is the perfect place for shopping in Malaga. Together with the nearby Plaza de la Constitución, it is the nerve center of any important celebration in Malaga.
- Plaza de la Merced. The birthplace of Picasso has become an irreplaceable place for the locals as it is the center of the lively nightlife of Malaga and the confluence of restaurants and stores located around the square.
- Roman Theater – Alcazaba. At a glance you can soak up the history of Malaga: in Alcazabilla street are the most important archaeological remains of the city. The illumination at night is impressive. The visit to the Roman theater is free and the visit to the castle and Moorish palace of the Alcazaba is highly recommended and you can also enjoy the beautiful views of the bay.
- The Cathedral. Popularly known as ‘La manquita’ because of the absence of one of the towers, this impressive monument is one of the symbols of Malaga. You can contemplate the facade from the Plaza del Obispo, visit the interior of the Cathedral and even walk on its roof, if you don’t mind climbing the stairs.
- Atarazanas Market. Although it is worth seeing even when closed, a visit to the central market is a must to get an idea of how the locals live (and what they eat).
- If you are still wondering what to do in Malaga, we can also recommend other cultural activities without leaving the city center.
- Picasso Museum. The most universal Malagueño has his museum just a short walk from the house where he was born. In the museum you can take a tour through the entire artistic life of the genius.
- Carmen Thyssen Museum. An incredible collection of Andalusian costumbrist paintings and interesting temporary collections.
- Museum of Malaga. Located in the old Customs building, it houses the archaeological museum, with ancient Phoenician, Roman and Arab remains.
- Holy Week Brotherhoods. In Malaga there are 42 brotherhoods, many of them in the center. Some can be visited all year round to contemplate the thrones, such as those of Estudiantes and El Sepulcro, in Alcazabilla street.
- Churches. Some of the ones you can visit in the center are the churches of Santiago (the oldest in the city and the place where Picasso was baptized), San Juan or Los Mártires.
Malaga has a rich gastronomic tradition and a wide range of restaurants and bars for all tastes. We suggest you some of our favorite places to have breakfast, go for tapas or taste the typical fried fish in the center of Malaga. We also suggest you some terraces to have a drink enjoying the views.
- Casa Aranda.
- La Recova.
- La Tranca.
- La Taberna García.
To eat pescaíto:
- La Campana.
- The Market of Atarazanas.
Terraces with views:
- Room Mate Larios.
- Room Mate Valeria.