Apartment Calle Nueva standard (Málaga)
Apartment Calle Nueva Standard is modern, comfortable and its location is excellent. Calle Nueva is one of the most ancient streets in the historical centre of the city. Building 13, where apartment Calle Nueva Standard is located, is renowned for being work of architect Gerónimo Cuervo González, who also designed the Cervantes Theatre in Málaga, 700 metres from the apartment. Calle Nueva is a famous commercial pedestrianed street, with a length of 190 metres.
Plaza de la Constitución and Calle Larios are 200 metres from apartment Calle Nueva Standard. The Thyssen Museum is merely 180 metres away.
Apartment Calle Nueva Standard is located 1.5 kilometres from River Guadalmedina. The Málaga Cathedral is situated 350 metres away, and the Alcazaba and Roman Theatre are 700 metres away.
By taking a pleasant less than 20 minute stroll from the apartment, you can reach the Málaga Port, less than 1.5 kilometres away. You can also walk from apartment Calle Nueva Standard to La Malagueta Beach, about a 25 minute walk, approx. 1.6 kilometres. Along the promenade you will find several beach bars where you can try some skewered or fried fish, a local specialty.
The location of apartment Calle Nueva Standard allows access to all types of public transport: taxi and urban bus stops along La Alameda, just 350 metres away, merely a 5 minute walk. The commuter bus station, Muelle Heredia, is 600 metres away, to get to other towns: Benalmádena Costa, Torremolinos, Rincón de la Victoria, etc.
FEATURES OF THE APARTMENT
Our comfortable and bright apartment Calle Nueva Standard comprises of a bedroom with double bed, large wall-to-wall fitted wardrobes, ideal for storage for long and short term stays. This apartment is completely new and has a spacious bathroom with shower and double shower screen. There is an open plan lounge, diner and kitchen, providing a sense spaciousness and continuity. In the lounge area you will find a cosy sofa bed. The white kitchen furniture blends in with the walls, creating a spacious and tranquil atmosphere. The kitchen is fully equipped with kitchenware and appliances: fridge, washing machine, microwave, two-ring ceramic hob, kettle, etc. Air conditioning and free wifi.
FEATURES OF THE AREA
Apartment Calle Nueva Standard boasts a fabulous location for sight-seeing on foot around the historical centre of the city. Calle Nueva is flanked with shops and about 600 surrounding restaurants and cafés. One of the nearest and most popular cafés is Casa Aranda, where we recommend you try their churros with chocolate. The centre of Málaga offers many interesting places to visit, cultural activities and a wide range of gastronomy.
Plaza de la Consitución is located 200 metres away, which is a pedestrianed plaza that has been the centre of local life since the Reconquest and houses La Fuente de Génova (“Genoa Fountain”). From here you can get to the most symbolic streets of the city, such as Calle Larios, Calle Compañía, Calle Nueva and Calle Granada. A must-visit when you come to Málaga is its Cathedral, known locally as “La Manquita” (one-armed), and its Cathedral Museum, located 350 metres away. We recommend you have some tapas or a coffee at Plaza del Obispo.
Surrounding the Cathedral, approaching from Calle Císter, you will reach El Palacio de la Aduana (“Customs Palace”), dating from 1826, 700 metres from apartment Calle Nueva Standard. Next to this palace, at the entrance of Calle Alcazabilla, are the Alcazaba and Roman Theatre.
Picasso’s Birthplace Museum is 900 metres away, housing more than 200 metres of the artist’s works.
By taking a 20 minute stroll from apartment Calle Nueva Standard you can reach the Málaga Port, less than 1.5 kilometres away. At the beginning of the port is the Málaga Eye, from where you can contemplate the best views of the city. If you walk along the port towards La Malagueta Beach, you will reach the end of the port, where Muelle Uno is located. Muelle Uno houses a commercial and leisure area with a wide range of gastronomy on offer combining tradition and modernity, well worth visiting at night when you can contemplate the Alcazaba of Málaga Bay lit up.