If you’ve been planning a holiday break for some time, Malaga at Christmas is transformed and acquires an even more enigmatic appearance that will surprise you. Whether it’s for sightseeing or simply to get away from the daily routine, this coastal city with a pleasant climate offers you everything you are looking for.
What can you do in Malaga at Christmas?
For those lucky enough to spend Christmas in Malaga, these are just some of the options to enjoy in the city:
One of the most desired shows throughout the year that is worth seeing at least once in a lifetime. Every year they surprise with the lighting of Christmas lights in Malaga in a different way, but manage to reach the hearts of all visitors.
Scattered all over the city you can find a large number of Christmas-themed markets, although one of the best known is the one called “Muelle Uno”. It is located in a pedestrian area and you can buy anything from the typical Christmas decoration to a gift for your loved ones.
Similar to the markets, if you are going to visit Malaga at Christmas, you cannot miss the nativity scenes. The one located in the Town Hall is one of the most famous, although, if you dare, there are also more artistic ones, even a living one that you can only see for a few hours a day.
Besides , Malaga is one of the main cultural cities thanks to the museums that are located in the city. Discover some of the best museums in Malaga.
How to enjoy Malaga at Christmas?
The Hotel Lima Marbella is located in the heart of the city, offering you the possibility of enjoying the most emblematic places without traveling several kilometers to do so.
Although it is a hotel in Marbella, Malaga is not far away and you can enjoy both cities during these dates without any problem. The only thing you have to worry about is being able to make the most of your time so that you have time to see everything.
This Christmas, choose Hotel Lima and you will be able to enjoy an experience like you have never lived before, either alone, as a couple, with your friends or with your family. We are convinced that you will want to repeat it as soon as possible.
Malaga is not the only city worth visiting during these important dates, Christmas in Marbella is also totally worthwhile. The advantage is that it is only a few kilometres away, allowing you to move from one to the other.