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During my stay in Malaga, I discovered that the city’s main shopping street is also really lively at night. While I was there, lots of people were strolling along or hanging out on the benches, even after most of the shops were closed. As I wandered along, I came across carts selling all kinds of delicious treats and some really cool street performers.
Calle Marqué de Larios is also a great place to go during the day, especially if you’re looking to spend some money on clothes and shoes. The street also boasts a couple of cool cafés where you can sit with a coffee and people watch to your heart’s content. To find out more about shopping in Malaga, download our free Malaga pocket guide.
In this guide, you’ll also learn about some of the city’s cool neighbourhoods including the Centro Histórico and La Malagueta, which is home to one of Malaga’s most popular beaches. If you do fancy a trip to Malaga, don’t forget we’ve got a great selection of hostels in Malaga for you to check out.
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