Business trip in Malaga: where to stay and what activities I can doMS Hoteles 14/02/2022Negocios, Málaga
If you need to make a business trip to Malaga, all this information will be very useful. From where to stay to what places you have to do leisure, go shopping and visit the most emblematic places. The Costa del Sol always awaits you with its magnificent days to enjoy the good weather during all months of the year.
Tips for business trips in Malaga
Located in the heart of Andalusia, Malaga will allow you to be the epicenter of any type of business trip. Even if you have to move to nearby places such as Granada or Ronda.
So that you know a little more in detail everything that the city and province of Malaga offers you, let's review some of the most important points:
Congresses and business fairs in Malaga
Malaga has become one of the main destinations in Europe in the organization of events and congresses. From the Convention Bureau of Malaga they assure that the attractiveness of the city is unquestionable, wielding the fact that participation in congresses grows between 15% and 20% when they are held in Malaga.
Its facilities such as the Palace of Fairs and Congresses and its varied offer make Malaga the perfect destination for Business.
Transport in Malaga
Malaga is a connected city thanks to its AVE station and the fourth largest airport in Spain. Within the city of Malaga you have the public transport network such as buses, trains or subways. Of course you also have the possibility of moving by taxi and private cars.
If you need to go to nearby cities of Malaga, such as Torremolinos, you have the proximity buses that are very comfortable. Another option would be to rent a car during the days you are on vacation in this city.
Meeting rooms and Coworking
In recent years, Malaga has become a cosmopolitan city to the fullest, receiving tourism from all over the world. And one of the most relevant points is business tourism and digital nomads who come in search of a place where work and leisure merge with good weather.
This is how the offer of coworking spaces where you can work has been increasing, also added to the dynamics of teleworking. Some of the best rated are Be Working, Synergia Business Center, Aduana Coworking or Grow Coworking.
Each one of them has different modalities to enjoy the shared work spaces or rent the meeting rooms.
Regardless of the main objective you have on your business trip in Malaga, it is good to take a break. The variety and mix of ingredients in Malaga cuisine make it one of the favorites of many. First-class cuisine where products from the land are mixed with the sea, taking advantage of all the raw materials that the area offers.
In Malaga Capital, there are more than a thousand restaurants with a very varied gastronomic offer. As a star dish or cataloged as traditional Mediterranean cuisine is the fried fish that you can savor in the beach bars or terraces of the best restaurants. Along with this, there is also the so-called malagueña frying and, of course, the espeto, the classic way of making sardines in Malaga, cannot be left out. We recommend you visit Torremolinos, just a few kilometers from Málaga Capital, to try the best espeto in the province.
Some of the emblematic restaurants of Malaga capital are El Pimpi, Uvedoble, El Tintero, La Campana, Taberna Trillo, Tapeo de Cervantes, Byoko, Osteria Angelino, Marisquería La Mayor, among others.
Shopping in Malaga
As in almost all the capitals of the world, you will find large shopping centers but also streets that have part of the most important stores.
In the case of Malaga, Calle Larios is known. It is considered the third most expensive street in all of Spain due to the type of shops that are on it and it is within the top 50 of the best streets for shopping in all of Europe. The most famous shops are combined with the architecture and charm of the city.
To go shopping and enjoy the walk in a slightly more relaxed atmosphere, you have Muelle Uno on the seafront. Also noteworthy are the Larios Shopping Center and the Vialia Shopping Center, the latter in the same place as the María Zambrano train station.
Leisure in the capital of Malaga
Nightlife in Malaga is one of the strong points. Have a drink in Soho or at Muelle Uno, as well as go to the Plaza de la Merced area where the largest number of bars and nightclubs are concentrated. About 40 minutes by car you have Marbella, next to Puerto Banús, the epicenter of the nightlife in all of Europe.
But Malaga has much more than nightlife. Culture is very present in its cinemas, theaters and exhibitions. Visiting the Pablo Picasso Museum, going to Antonio Banderas' Soho Theater or the Echegaray Theater are some of the usual proposals.
Accommodation in Malaga for Business
If you are looking for an ideal hotel for your business trip in Malaga, at MS Hotel Maestranza you will have everything you need and more. With a privileged location between the Plaza de Toros, the Alcazaba and Muelle Uno. You have just 100 meters from the Malagueta beach to enjoy a walk at sunset and very close to all the cultural and leisure activities mentioned above.
A four-star hotel with rooms in a modern and functional style that are a tribute to Pablo Ruiz Picasso. For events, the MS Maestranza hotel offers a multipurpose room with large windows oriented towards a bullfighting vision of Malaga and where you can taste a wide range of cocktails and enjoy careful Mediterranean cuisine.
Accommodation in Torremolinos for Business
MS Amaragua. Located in the famous fishing neighborhood of "La Carihuela", in Torremolinos, MS Amaragua is a 4-star hotel with a total of 275 rooms and an unbeatable location on the beachfront.
The San Miguel Conference Hall welcomes 8 magnificent rooms, designed and equipped with the most advanced technology, so that your expectations achieve the success you desire. Independent, modular and soundproof rooms that cover needs ranging between 20 and 1,200 people.