Malaga became quite trendy in the late 19th century, thanks to one of its exports: Malaga wine. Popular in Queen Victoria’s court in England, this sweet alcoholic drink soon had the small southern Spanish city on the world map.
Today, the city wears its long history with pride. The town hall has heavily invested in Malaga’s cultural portfolio, including almost 30 museums and expertly restored architectural and archeological sites, dating back to the Roman, Moorish and early Christian eras. These make the province’s capital an excellent destination for learning about Spanish and Andalusian history – and a pleasure to visit and explore.
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