Malaga has a long list of fun sightseeing activities for the curious tourist. A trip to Malaga is not complete without a visit to Museo Picasso. The famous artist Picasso always dreamed of having a "museo" in his hometown that would keep his collection alive for years. After his death his heirs collaborated with the governments to fund the project, and in 2003, King Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofía of Spain opened the museum. Museo Picasso's collection includes 233 works of art that demonstrate the range of the artist's talent from his younger years to paintings from the 1970's. Malaga's century old department store Félix Sáenz is also known as "the department store of the natives." If you're visiting Málaga, be sure to stop by. Although its not so big, it houses everything from clothing to accessories. Collectors are most welcome at Antonio Mateo where a large selection of old editions awaits hobbyists and bibliophiles. The owner offers all types of deleted editions of novels and second-hand books in good condition. The ambience is bohemian and it is well worth a visit. Malaga has something for everyone, so you want have any trouble finding fun things to do.
Plaza de la Constitución 2
Camino del Jardin Botanico 3
Paseo de Marítimo Antonio Machado