Malaga, a city that is known not only as a gateway to the resorts of the Costa del Sol, but also as one of the richest in architectural monuments of the Andalusian metropolis, has decided to make life easier for tourists. To make tour to Malaga easier and more enjoyable the city administration plans to improve the tourist infrastructure of the city.
Need to better inform tourists about all the tourist opportunities of Malaga, as it turned out, is a vital problem of the city. Thus, in the local press have repeatedly appeared the notes that many of the attractions are not included in popular guidebooks; just remain out of tourists’ attention.
And in order to send tourists to the correct path, the administration of Malaga has decided to allocate EUR 50 000 for equipment of streets with additional guideboards.
Guideboards will make easier for tourists to find many small museums and monuments in Malaga. In addition, as expected, thanks to new signs tourists will be able to easily find such famous attractions in Malaga as the Picasso Museum, Roman Theatre, the Museum of the Airport, bullring, the Maritime Museum Aula del Mar and others.
Among the tourist novelties are maps of special walking routes in Malaga with the marks of the key attractions of the city. Route maps will be placed on major streets.
Malaga is considered to be the capital of the Costa del Sol. The city has one of the largest international air terminals in Spain - Pablo Picasso Airport. By the way, Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga, so many tourists also want to explore Malaga as a hometown of genius artist. Malaga is one of the most convenient ways to get to the seaside resorts of the Costa del Sol.