The second most populated city in Andalusia, the city of Malaga (check here the post). Beaches, gastronomy, and nature are the strong points of this area, and for being the birthplace of the famous painter Pablo Picasso. Il located in the Costa del Sol, Malaga is a city that attracts with its comfort and simplicity. Let’s start with a Free tour for the city? Book here!
The most visited and well-known city of Andalusia, Granada. Today we land in the city with one of the most visited monuments in Spain, the Alhambra. An Arabian jewel with one of the oldest Universities in Europe. Andalusian people are considered among the most welcoming in Spain. If you ask for some Tapas, it is very easy that they offer you the first one, even if you have not asked for it. It’s one of the big reasons why I love these people. Book here the Free walking tour of Granada.
Andalusia is a beautiful region, full of beautiful cities like Cordoba, the third most populous city after Seville and Malaga. The Cathedral-Mezquita and a blossoming reputation as one of Spain’s gastronomic capitals make this ancient Andalusian city hard to resist. The highlight is the Festival of the Patios (May 5 to 18), when homes are opened to the public to reveal flower-filled Moorish courtyards. Book here the Free walking tour of Cordoba.