One of the many things we can do in Malaga is to take a walk through the centre, have breakfast in one of the most emblematic places and enjoy the cultural and gastronomic offer of Malaga. We can start with breakfast and of course the best place to have breakfast is Casa Aranda with more than 75 years of tradition.
This was for many years, and thanks to its proximity to various editorial offices, a meeting point for journalists and gatherings, but what has really made this establishment famous among the people of Malaga is its chocolate with churros, to lick your fingers.
After breakfast we can start on Calle Larios where we can enjoy many statues and walking from the statue of Tony Cragg to mediation of Calle Larios we will find the first sculpture that is installed in Spain permanently, in Calle La Bolsa we will find the paloma quiromántica of Jose Seguiri, “In no other Spanish city have I felt so comfortable and so happy as in Malaga” Christian Andersen, author of the little mermaid, proclaimed his love for our city and this is reflected in his statue in the Plaza de la Marina, and as we cannot enjoy our ashtray “Manolo the flask” which was a real fisherman immortalized by Pimentel, we will find it in the Plaza de la Marina, of course, at the entrance to the port.
There are many more statues in Malaga that we will present later, a walk through the park, one of the most advisable walks for its wide variety of plants will show us some more and open mouth to go to tapas because our last sculpture will be found in the Plaza de La Merced in front of the birthplace of Picasso, there we will find our famous painter contemplating the coming and going of Malaga.
At this point, the walk will have whetted our appetites. Pepe’s Cortijo, located in the same square, specializes in grilled octopus and suckling pig, be sure to try them and it has a ham to suck your fingers.
The best way to end the morning.