Constitution Square, formerly known as Plaza Mayor or Plaza de las cuarto calles, is at the heart of the historic centre of Malaga. The square remains unchanged since it was created in the 15th century and has played an important role in Malaga’s political and social history as it is where the famous Casa Capitular and the City Hall is located. In 2002, the square underwent important renovations.

There are a large number of small bars and restaurants in the streets adjoining the square. Café Central is a hot spot for locals in the city. Or go and discover Chinitas street, Pasaje Chinitas. The coffee shop which is named after the street is one of the best places to go for a drink as there are flamenco shows and it has also welcomed a number of famous Spaniards.

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