Airport

Málaga Airport is about five miles from the city centre and it has two terminals. Passengers arriving from the European Union or any other part of Spain will land into Terminal A, whereas all other international flights arrive into Terminal B.

The airport and the city centre are connected by bus, train and taxi. The bus company is called Empresa Municipal de Transportes (EMT) and you can take the route 19 bus from the airport to the city and it also runs to the coastal resorts and inland towns. If you are travelling within Spain, you can travel to Malaga by car as it is well connected with the rest of Spain by motorway.

The train service operated by RENFE, runs from outside the airport to the city centre and it passes through most major holiday resorts. You can also take a taxi from the airport to your destination and a typical fare can cost around € 12.

Public Transport

The most important transport company in Malaga is EMT which manages the bus service in Malaga and interconnects the city centre with its regular and reliable service.

The most popular means of transport which is specifically designed for tourists is bus turístico, which will take you on a guided tour of the most symbolic attractions in the city. However, if you are on a romantic holiday perhaps you should try a horse-drawn cart which will take you to Malaga Park and the seafront.

One of the latest ways of discovering the city is by SmartBike which was recently introduced by Malaga Council as a way of improving the environment. This is one of the most practical methods of visiting the city as you can go at your own rhythm and there are no traffic jams.

Alternatively you could take a guided tour of the historic centre of Malaga with Tricosol. This company invented tours by tricycles which will take you on an environmentally sound and safe method of transport to the nicest areas in the city.

Malaga Travel Guide

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