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Malaga feria, Malaga

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  • Wonderful to experience, especially the first day when anyone with the coaches in traditional costume. A whole week celebration, starting at noon in the city and the evening goes further out of town but easy to reach with special party buses
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  • The Centre of Malaga fair is a classic. Atmosphere any day. The music of the street cut it around 7 o'clock and then Centre pubs are put up to above. To the fair of the fairgrounds will many people but I particularly don't like. I'd rather stay in the Center. As a recommendation, go during the week if you can be. weekend gets too crowded and it can overwhelm.
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  • I've done the Feria of Malaga in 2014, I really liked, especially the night fair. I went back in 2016, and this time I enjoyed more the fair day. But in all cases there are for all, crowded streets, music, good mood, happy people, partying at all corners of streets, marching bands, really great! Really at the heart of local culture. After of course it's hot there are a lot of people, so should not be afraid to be tight against a lot of people with their beer in the hand in a monster hubbub. For the Feria at night it's more type rides Funfairs, full of small huts where you can eat, dance and drink all night. I like a lot less this atmosphere and food there leaves a lot to be desired, but it allows in all cases to spend a good time with your family or friends according to the time and place. In any case the day fair is a definite must.
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