An article highlights the project of “cultural regeneration” of Malaga and calls the capital of the Costa del Sol as one of the trendiest destinations in Europe.
“It’s been a multi-million pound project to regenerate Malaga making it one of the trendiest destinations in Europe” and comparing it with Barcelona, in the travel section of the British newspaper ‘Daily Mail ‘. The author emphasises the cultural investment in the capital of the Costa del Sol which adds to the strength of cruise tourism and forecasts in 2016, the opening of the Museum of Fine Arts and Archaeology which will complete the cultural maze of Malaga.
“Along with a thriving cultural scene, good restaurants, shopping and nightlife,” the article also makes a detailed review of the Pompidou Center in Malaga and the Russian Museum. “They are the last bold step towards the Malaga City brand of Museums”. Add to the map the existing Picasso Museum and his Birthplace.
Lambert’s exploration of the city is not only cultural as she strolls through the market Atarazanas and the terrace of El Pimpi, overlooking the Roman theatre. Also “To try excellent seafood, take the bus to the beach of Pedregalejo and feast on freshly caught boquerones (fried anchovies), espetos (sardines, barbecue on sticks) and huge dishes of shrimp and clams.” Some people say that Malaga will be like Barcelona in ten years. “Chloe Lambert obviously is in total agreement with them in her article.