Apartament Premium Alameda Spacious (Malaga)
Apartment Spacious Premium Alameda is very well located where transport is concerned. All along La Alameda Principal (Main Boulevard) there are bus stops which will take you from one end of the city to the other. Additionally, train station María Zambrano is located 1.1 kilometres away. Along La Alameda there are at least 3 taxi ranks.
Our wonderful holiday apartment Spacious Premium Alameda is located right along La Alameda Principal (Main Boulevard) of Málaga, one of the main avenues in the city centre. It separates the historical centre to the north from Ensanche Heredia to the south, where the Málaga Eye is situated along the port (one of the most ancient in the world), 1 kilometre away from the apartment. Along the port you can visit Museum Alborania Aula del Mar, located within a modern glass building housing sea creatures, aquariums and exhibitions. At the end of the port you will find Muelle Uno, which was opened in 2011 and which boasts an area of 14,000m2 full of shops and restaurants, plus the current most modern underground parking area with thousands of parking spaces. In the most exclusive area of Muelle Uno you will find the restaurant of Michelin Star chef Jose Carlos García, located next to the chapel. It also has a shore with recreational boats known as Ricardo Gross. The port of Málaga has been selected as headquarters of the Pompidou Museum of Paris. The Cube of Muelle Uno will become a museum housing works of art lent by the Parisian Museum.
The Park of Málaga (900 metres away) is one of the most symbolic sites of the city and it is located right behind the port. From the port the views to the Alcazaba (800 metres away) and the Castle of Gibralfaro (1.9 kilometres away) are incredible. What’s more, all of these historical enclaves are just a few steps away from Calle Larios, central street 450 metres away from apartment Premium Alameda with Balcony, flanked by all the main shops.
You cannot leave Málaga without visiting its Cathedral (550 metres away), locally known as La Manquita (one-armed) as it is missing a tower. It is located on the site where the Catholic Monarchs camped during the siege of Málaga during the Reconquest. Initially it was a hermitage and the church was built at the beginning of the sixteenth century.
The Thyssen Museum of Málaga is another must-visit. It is 550 metres away from the apartment and the permanent collection of this museum is made up of 230 works representing in a brilliant and coherent manner nineteenth century Spanish art, paying special attention to Andalusian painting. The site is spectacular and there is a bookshop and cafeteria inside the Palace.
FEATURES OF THE APARTMENT
This impressive apartment comprises of 2 bedrooms, both with large double beds, a fully equipped bathroom with shower and WC. The lounge is spacious, has a double sofa bed and from here access is gained to the kitchen, which is fully equipped with kitchenware and appliances and includes a dining area.
The decor is modern, fresh and very cosmopolitan, provided by earth, green and white tones. The apartment has high ceilings and picture windows, making the rooms bright and comfortable. It has been decorated to provide comfort and enable you to relax.
Free wifi and air conditioning.
FEATURES OF THE AREA
If you have decided to visit one of the most up and coming cities in Europe, do not miss out on the options that Málaga has to offer. We have made a list of some suggestions. You will love it!
- Take a walk along Calle Larios, main commercial street of the historical centre.
- Visit the historic Cathedral, locally known as one-armed, of Renaissance style.
- Have a local-style cup of coffee (nube, sombra, mitad, corto…).
- Visit local market Mercado Atarazanas and eat there.
- Visit the Alcazaba, Muslim fortress of the eleventh century.
- Look around the impressive Automobile Museum of Málaga.
- Contemplate the collection of costumbrist Spanish painting of the nineteenth century housed in the Thyssen Museum.
- Watch the sunset at the Parador of Gibralfaro to admire the bay of Málaga.
- Try a pajarate (local sweet wine) at La Antigua Casa del Guardia (tavern dating back to 1840)
- Have cocktail at any of the city’s trendy terraces.