Spain’s southernmost region claimed three positions in Holidu’s Top 10 Cities in Spain with the best Cultural Offerings list.
Sevilla, Malaga and Granada all made the shortlist, placing 4th, 5th and 8th respectively.
Holidu made the list by counting how many sites of cultural interest each city had before analysing their quality.
“The most international Andalucian city (Malaga) takes the fifth place, proving that they not only have one of the busiest airports in the country and a beautiful beach, but also a cultural offer to be proud of,” Holidu said.
“If you do not want to leave Malaga without seeing it all you have, in addition to the 84 cultural sites of the capital, a UNESCO World Heritage Site: the Site of the Dolmens in Antequera.
“Any cultural tour through Malaga includes a stop to get acquainted with cubist art in the Picasso Museum, a dose of comedy, sarcasm and social criticism with El Silencio de la Boba in the Sala Teatro La Cochera Cabaret, a night of opera with Verdi’s Aida at the Cervantes Theater and a reading session at the Cánovas del Castillo Library.”