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Vogue lists Malaga as one of the 12 best destinations in the world

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Vogue Magazine has listed Malaga in Spain as one of the best 12 destinations across the world to visit in 2023

Malaga is the only Spanish entry on this list, which also includes Guatemala, the Yukon Territory (Canada), the Arctic, the island of Benguerra (Mozambique), Basilicata (Italy), Japan, Edinburgh (Scotland), the Valley of the Douro (Portugal), Singapore, Chilean Patagonia and Rome (Italy).

The prestigious magazine highlights that Malaga is one of the cities most sought after by Airbnb users and that in the last decade “it has enjoyed a cultural renaissance” that has turned it into a lively cultural center “on the beautiful Costa del Sol “.

“Several new museums have opened there, including the Pompidou Center, a treasure trove of modern art housed in a multicolored glass cube,” says Vogue, which also highlights its “incredible” urban art, “with colorful murals covering neighborhoods integers”.

What makes Malaga so special

Málaga is a city located on the southern coast of Spain, in the autonomous community of Andalucia. It is the capital of the province of Málaga and the fourth-largest city in Andalusia. Málaga is famous for its rich history, cultural attractions, and Mediterranean climate.

One of the things that makes Málaga special is its location on the Mediterranean Sea. The city has a long history as a port and has always been an important gateway to the rest of Spain and Europe. Málaga also has a very vibrant arts and culture scene. The city has a number of museums, galleries, and theaters, as well as a bustling nightlife and a wide variety of restaurants and bars.

Málaga is also home to a number of important historical and cultural landmarks, including the Alcazaba, a fortified palace dating back to the 11th century, and the Gibralfaro Castle, which offers panoramic views of the city. The city is also home to the Málaga Cathedral, a beautiful Gothic structure that dates back to the 16th century.

Overall, Málaga is a diverse and vibrant city with a rich history and culture, making it a special place to visit and explore.

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