From Barcelona to Malaga
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When you leave Barcelona for Malaga, your flight will take off from Barcelona-El Prat Airport. The airport is located about 7.5 miles to the southwest of the city's central business district and can be accessed by bus, train, or taxi. The bus costs €5.65 for the trip from the Plaza Catalunya in the center of the city to the airport, and it takes about 25 to 30 minutes. Train service from the Barcelona Sants station in the city center is available for €3.60 and takes 25 minutes. To travel by cab will cost you between €25 and €35, with the trip taking about 25 minutes. If you choose to drive to the airport, long-term parking is available from €13 daily for the first four days, €10.50 for days 5 through 7, and then €5.50 for each remaining day.
Useful Things to Know about Malaga
Malaga is a city in southern Spain that is located on the coast of the Mediterranean, slightly to the east of the Strait of Gibraltar. It's one of the oldest cities in the world, with a history that goes back approximately 2,800 years. Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport handles more than 12.8 million passengers each year and is located 5 miles to the southwest of the city. The best time to visit the city is during August, when the Feria de Agosto occurs. The weather in Malaga is fairly seasonal, with highs in the 80s during the summer and in the low 60s during the winter. There's enough sunshine and rainfall throughout the year to keep the city green year-round. While you're in Malaga, you should take a tour to enjoy the range of attractions in the city, either by bicycle or by bus. You could also take a day trip from the city to go on a cruise in the Gibraltar Strait to watch dolphins. If you want to explore on foot, the Alcazaba and Gibralfaro Castle are available for touring alone or with a group. For art lovers, there are plenty of museums in the city, including the Toro Art Museum, the Open Air Museum of the Malaga Cathedral, and the Picasso Museum.
Traveling to Malaga
Your trip to Malaga should go smoothly if your reservations made well in advance using Orbitz.com. Once your flight from Barcelona to Malaga reaches the city, you'll be able to enjoy all that it has to offer, whether you wish to see great art or simply walk through ancient castles.
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