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This square is full of history, the Monument to Torrijos, the house where Picasso saw the light for the first time, multiple bars, and the nearby spots that your should not miss while in the City of Málaga
We stopped in this square for lunch and we not disappointed. The food was really good and the square had a great vibe. We went there to try the Mercado Merced as we thought it would be like the TimeOut Market in Lisbon, but unfortunately...More
This is a lively, beautiful plaza. It kind of reminded me of Covent Garden.
There's lots going on, full of places to eat, drink, socialize and shop. There are many plaza's around malaga, all vey stunning.
It's got a Picasso statue sitting on a bench. There are lots of restaurants around. It's a good place to people watch, grab a tapa, or tea.. On this particular day there is an art exhibition around the momument. It's alright.
Don’t go out of your way for this one. A fairly dirty small square mainly people letting their dogs play (which is nice), a lot of tourist restaurants in front so ok for tapas and a quick break. A quick photo with a bronze statue...More
Stayed just across from the plaza. Every day seemed to bring a different protest march, highly entertaining 😁
This is a real living part of the city, I wish Piccadilly Gardens back home were more like this
Pleasant open space close to the oldest and prettiest part of the city. One side is completely taken up with bars of all kinds and - something for everyone. Especially lively in the evening, but just as good for breakfast and lunch.