Malaga Cathedral was built between 1528 and
1782 in the renaissance architectural tradition. The north tower is the 2nd highest structure in Andalusia. The south tower was never finished.The inside of the cathedral is as impressive as the
outside. The architecture of the building is amazing. There is a large collection of religious art including the painting by Enrique Simonet " The beheading of Saint Paul". Outside of the building is
a small garden. The garden is free to walk around and is well worth a look. Tickets to enter the cathedral can be purchased at the entrance. There is also a roof top tour of the Cathedral tickets can
be bought at the Episcopal palace at the front of the Cathedral. For
more information on the Cathedral in Malaga including a short video and an interactive google map for directions from your current position see
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By Car Try to avoid the centre of Malaga entering on the
south side by exiting off the AP7 on to MA21 then MA22. That will put you on the coast road and less traffic. See below for parking in Malaga.
By Bus The nearest bus stop is Alameda Principal otherwise
Malaga bus station. Click here to travel by
By Train The nearest train station is Malaga
Central. Click here to travel by train.
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your current position.
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