From Soho to La Malagueta, passing through historical remnants, Pablo Picasso’s city is composed of neighborhoods with diverse architectural and cultural lives. Soho, at the heart of the city’s artistic life, is synonymous with graffiti that resembles works of art, a neighborhood filled with colors and various forms of art.
Not far from the city center, historical remnants such as a Roman theater from the 1st century AD and the Alcazaba (an Arab fortress-palace facing the sea) offer an incredible experience, making the journey through time evident.
Our team of real estate agents, residing and working in the heart of Malaga (we’re waiting for you just here), can provide information about the different advantages and sometimes even disadvantages of each neighborhood. But have no fear: its streets can only charm, and the only question is where do you want to buy an apartment in Malaga.
Discover its various neighborhoods through the link provided here just for you.