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Malaga, the city of Picasso

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A trip to Malaga offers the chance to enjoy two genuine art treasures unavailable anywhere else in the world: the Foundation-Birthplace Museum dedicated to the universal painter Pablo Ruiz Picasso; and the Picasso Museum in Malaga, located in the beautiful Buenavista Palace, with over 150 works which will take you on a journey through the [...]






A popular winter sun destination, Spain is packed with delights to engage and entertain those looking to while away the days in a warmer clime than the UK affords. The temperate weather has appealed to holidaymakers for decades, with average temperatures remaining firmly above 10C/50F, even in the depths of winter. Even the sea remains [...]






Spain’s tourist board has a new 10-point marketing plan for the UK as it seeks to mature the market. Enrique Ruiz de Lera, north Europe area co-ordinator for the Spanish National Tourist Office (SNTO), said he will focus on the new trips as the board pushes the ideals of relaxation, discovery, enjoyment, learning and meetings. [...]






The gateway to Spain’s Costa del Sol, the municipality of Malaga is steeped in culture and history, from its contemporary art centre to its two Moorish castles and museum dedicated to the city’s most famous son – Pablo Picasso. It is also home to some of Spain’s finest beaches, with wide expanses of sand at [...]






The southern Spanish city of Malaga is set to be the home of the first ever Pompidou museum outside of France, a further boost to the city’s growing reputation as a hub for the arts. The custom ‘Cube’ construction, designed as the first-ever satellite museum of Paris’s famous Pompidou Centre, will open in March 2015. [...]