New York Times article about Malaga

The article refers to the sunny city with almost 3,000 years of history that has been the home of Pablo Picasso and Antonio Banderas among others. Long regarded as little more than a transit point for travelers heading to Andalusia's dazzling resort towns


Now this largely overlooked city is becoming a destination in its own right. It has spruced up its cobbled old town, renovated its port area, and opened a host of museums and art attractions. Today Málaga is mentioned as a cultural hub at the same time as Barcelona, ​​bedecked with Michelin stars and generously dotted with boutique hotels in charming historic buildings.