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Malaga is a city and a municipality in the Autonomous Community of Andalusia, Spain. According to the 2010 census, Malaga has a total population of 568.507 residents, thus it is the second most populous city of Andalusia and the sixth largest in Spain. Malaga Railway Station is located nearby Larios Commercial center. Malaga Railway Station features a big shopping and leisure center, a Cinema complex and several restaurants. Here are some other interesting attractions located in the proximity of Malaga Railway Station.
Top Attractions Within Malaga Railway Station
The Museum of Glass and Crystal is the only museum of its kind in Andalusia, located near Malaga Railway Station. The museum displays about 700 exhibits of glass and crystal, dating from Egyptian and Roman times up to the present. The museum is located in a carefully restored 18th century palace in downtown Malaga, near Malaga Railway Station.
Malaga Cathedral, located near Malaga Railway Station, is a beautiful architectural feat. The cathedral has three different architectural styles. The interior is Gothic, the head of the church and naves are Renaissance, and the entrance and tower are Baroque. The church has a museum which contains many treasures that have been donated, such as gold and silverware.
Bodega Antigua Casa de Guardia is a wonderful spot near Malaga Railway Station and should not be missed. Wineries in this particular area seem to be a dying industry. The ride to the winery is worth the trip. Tight, narrow roads with plenty of switchbacks and breathtaking views. It is a great place to learn more about how wine is made and kept.
Museo Pablo Picasso is a wonderful place located in the vicinity of Malaga Railway Station, where you can learn more interesting things about the life and work of Pablo Picasso. This palace has both Italian and Mudejar elements and is an elegant building and houses photos and some of the works of the artist. There is a total of 155 pieces of art in the museum, many of them being ceramics. The collection is considered comprehensive with many artworks covering all the career of Picasso.