The cultural mecca of Malaga is famed as the most cosmopolitan city in the south of Spain where you can simply soak up the sun rays relaxing along crystal-clear blue waters and take a pleasant stroll across the historically rich castles, museums as well as cathedrals. The capital of the Costa del Sol, Malaga welcomes holiday-makers for captivating times of a lifetime relishing the city's history, museums, art galleries, fountains, gardens, energetic plazas and Andalusian cuisine. If art is your thing, there are dozens of art galleries across the streets, representing the rich culture of the city; the Museu Picasso and the Pompidou Center are the most popular art galleries here where you can witness interesting examples of unusual street art. With a beautiful stretch of Spain's coastline, the city amazes with some of the best Mediterranean beaches; Mijas Costa, Malagueta, La Caleta and Burriana are some of the topmost beaches to discover here. Malaga is also an architectural haven with 300 years of history beautiful reflected across several majestic places such as Roman Amphitheatre, Moorish fortress of Alcazaba, Gibralfaro castle, Cathedral of Malaga, the Picasso Museum, Pompidou Centre and Car Museum. Besides, since there's no end to natural beauty in the city, you cannot miss to visit The Garden La Concepcion - one of the best Botanical Gardens of Spain. When in Malaga, you must spend a family day-out at one of the most thrilling water parks such as Aquavelis, Aqualand and Aquamijas that are brimful of landscapes, attractions, swimming pools and many exciting rides. Talking about the Malaga's gastronomy scene, there are so many tapas bars, restaurants and cafes to explore; you will find some of the country's best tapas here. Party animals can spend ideal nights partying at picturesque beach bars such as Plaza de Uncibay, La Malagueta and La Guarida.