Plaza de la Constitucion Malaga, Malaga

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Appreciate the atmosphere and beauty of Plaza de la Constitucion Malaga. Palm trees line the area and provide you shady relief from the sun. Shops offering a huge range of goods, from trinkets and jewelry to books and clothing, are exciting to browse through, and nearby restaurants provide delicious food and drink. There are also bakeries where you can buy sandwiches and breads. The plaza is home to a display depicting newspaper stories about the establishment of the Spanish Republic in 1978. Don’t miss the 16th-century fountain. Use our Malaga tourist route planner to arrange your visit to Plaza de la Constitucion Malaga and other attractions in Malaga.
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  • On a stroll for sure you will pass by the constitution square. It's hard to miss when you are exploring Malaga city centre. It's the croaking of the Main Street with the small alleys in Malaga centre....  more »
  • Cozy and beautiful public square in the Centre of Malaga. We lived in a nice apartment on the square, and was able to go out every morning & buy bread. Nice with cafes and shops. The Picasso Museum and the Thyssen Museum are close by. The port and the promenade, it only takes about 10 min to go.
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  • No matter where we set off from or what direction we head towards, we always end up here, even when sober. Joking apart though it is a nice little open area with new and old buildings, shops and resta...  more »