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Malaga City Guide And Airport Transfer Service

Malaga city, bordered by the Mediterranean sea, is located in the South of Spain in the Andalucia region and in an area that is also known as Costa del Sol. Being the 5th largest city in Spain, it is both a modern business center in the south and a typical city with a relaxed atmosphere. It is the 2nd most populated city in Andalucía. Malaga airport taxi is one of the most convenient ways to reach the city from Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport.

St. Peter’s Basilica
Málaga desde Gibralfaro       |      Click by vreimunde from Flickr

Being one of the world’s oldest cities, Malaga's history dates back to  3,000 years. The Phoenicians originally founded a commercial center, which was named Malaga. It is said that the name might be derived from the word Malac meaning salt. The Greeks and Carthaginians transferred Malaca as a trading area. While in 3C BC the Romans conquered the city. They created a colony and it was federated with Rome only until AD81. Thus, it attained the status of a Roman municipality. It thereafter remained  Flavia Malacita, since then it grew in importance and started exporting oil, raisins, wine, and salted meat. To make your journey to this beautiful city more comfortable, you can book a Malaga airport taxi with Rydeu, ensuring a safe and reliable ride to your destination.

   El puerto de Málaga    |        Click by Gotardo González from Flickr

It is known for its weather, beaches, and an array of international golf courses. Malaga is the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, the city has inaugurated museums of all tastes. The city is not only a tourist destination but also a business center in southern Spain. One popular option for airport transfers in Malaga is to take a Malaga airport taxi.

Best Time To Visit The City 

If heat and sun are your preferences, then visiting Malaga in June to September will be the best. The heat is at its peak in July and August, the average temperature is 31°C, and 10 hours of warm sunshine per day. Since Malaga is best known for its beaches, it is the best time to go swimming at an average temperature of 25°C. The only drawback of visiting this time is that the summer season is seen to be the most crowded and the most expensive time to visit when the hotel rates are higher than usual. If you want to go easy on those extra bucks then it is advisable to plan a trip during the fall when the tourism rate is low hence there is a wide availability of the rooms at a comparatively cheaper price. Make sure to plan your visit according to your budget to experience the city at its best.  Malaga sightseeing tours offer something for everyone.

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Malaga, the beautiful city is very approachable. It is said to be a walkable city. Most of the main attractions of the city are within walking distance. The historic centers are carefree, making them great for strolling. Along with this, sunny weather adds fun to it. It is always nice to set out on foot when the temperature is friendly. If you prefer to use a private mode of transportation, you can also book a Malaga airport taxi to get around the city. Malaga airport transfer is also a convenient option for travelers arriving in the city

Geneva transportation in tram
AVE high speed train       |        Click by Hugh Llewelyn from Flickr

It takes less than 20 minutes to walk from the city center to the beach. And it just so happens the walk is very scenic, passing by the park and the modern port area. Additionally, if you're looking for a more comfortable and private transfer in Malaga, you can opt for a Malaga private taxi.

Malaga has numerous cycling lanes, it is said that it has approximately 30 kilometers of cycling lanes. So, biking is a very convenient and cheap way to get around the place. You can easily rent a bicycle and enjoy riding, as it is one of the best ways to get around Malaga. If you want a more comfortable and private airport transfer in Malaga, you can opt for a Malaga Airport taxi. 

Malaga bicycle      |     Click by postcardtrip  from Pixabay  

Hopping on the bus and exploring the historic center is ideal. You can go on the City Sightseeing “hop-on-hop-off” buses. These bright red buses take you to all the main sights of Malaga in a 1.5-hour circuit, with a ticket valid for 24 hours. This means you can get off at any stop and continue the tour later if you want. All the tours are multilingual and you can join the bus from any of the official bus stops between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. The ticket price is 15 euros for adults and 7 euros for children. If you prefer a more personalized and direct way to get around Malaga, Malaga Airport taxi services are available to take you from the airport to your destination or to any other location you want to visit in the city

If public transport is not your play, you can easily book a Malaga Airport taxi or private Airport transfer in Malaga. The taxi charges are comparatively high. People prefer to taxi via private transfers, as it not only provides a door-to-door service but is affordable and comfortable. You will come across numerous options to choose from.

Malaga Airport Transfers and Airport Taxis

Now that you have finally landed in this city, you can consider a slew of options that the city provides: trains, buses and Malaga Airport taxis are the most preferred modes to reach your accommodation from the airport.

Battery Bus
Tourist transport, Malaga     |       Click by Mike McBey from Flick

1. Malaga(AGP) 

Malaga (AGP) is considered the nearest airport to Malaga city. A bus operates from Aeropuerto to Avda, hourly and it takes merely 10-15 minutes to reach your destination. The services in this route run 5 times a week. You can also travel by train from Sevilla (SVQ) to Málaga via Sevilla-Santa Justa and Córdoba-Central in around 2.5 hours. Or, you can also travel by Malaga Airport taxi for a convenient ride.

2. Seville Airport

Seville Airport is the sixth busiest inland airport in Spain. It is the main international airport serving Western Andalusia in southern Spain and neighboring provinces. To reach the city center of Malaga from Sevilla Airport, will take you nearly 2 hours 45 minutes. The journey can cost you anywhere between €40 - €105. You can also get a private taxi for it.

3. Granada Airport

Granada Airport, also known as Granada International Airport, is the airport serving the province and city of Granada, Spain. The airport has a huge holding capacity, the main arrival hall can hold up to 400 passengers. If you're planning to reach Malaga city center from Granada Airport, it will take you 1 hour 20 minutes via A-92. If you want a hassle-free and comfortable journey from Granada Airport to Malaga city center, booking a private taxi is a good option

Malaga transfers from the airport to the hotel are now affordable as well as laid back with Rydeu. Now avoid the hassle of standing with all the luggage amidst the sweat and heat of the local train or bus. If you are looking for cheap airport transfers in Malaga, book a ride with us and get access to travel in the best Holiday Taxi in Malaga.

 

Mont Saleve
Rush time at the main street     |  Click by Güldem Üstün from Flickr 

Explore Malaga Sightseeing

Malaga is a vibrant port city located in southern Spain, on the Costa del Sol. With a population of over 570,000 people, it is the sixth-largest city in Spain. The city enjoys a Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot summers, making it a popular destination for tourists all year round. Malaga is known for its rich history, art, culture, and beautiful beaches. If you’re looking for the Malaga sightseeing tours, you must take a private transfer or private taxi with Rydeu.

Place du Bourg-de-Four
Malaga Beach     |     Click by kupser from Flickr 

The city has a long and fascinating history, with influences from the Phoenicians, Romans, Moors, and Christians. The most famous son of Malaga is the artist Pablo Picasso, and visitors can explore his life and work at the Picasso Museum. Other popular Malaga Tourist attractions include the Alcazaba, a Moorish castle and fortress, the Cathedral of Malaga, the Roman Theatre, and the Plaza de la Merced, a lively square with restaurants and bars.

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