In April 2017, Málaga has been announced as the ‘City of Museums’. It is home to 36 museums and galleries. Definatelly a lot to visit so we decided to give you the highlights.
#1 Picasso Museum
Pablo Ruiz Picasso was born in Málaga and the people of Málaga are very proud of that. He was the founder of Cubism and he lead a very adventurous life. The Picasso Museum reveals the evolution of his painting career. Inside you can find over 280 pieces of art including sketches, paintings and sculptures. The museum is located very close to the house where Picasso was born. If you want to learn about his childhood and personal life, you can visit the Picasso Foundation Museum as well. The whole area is full of picturesque streets, traditional restaurants, shops and wineries. It is a perfect place to continue your journey after the visit, and to experience the neighborhood of Pablo Picasso. We recommend Cortijo de Pepe – an emblematic restaurant offering traditional Andalusian cuisine.