A direct flight between Glasgow and Malaga takes about three hours and 15 minutes. Airlines that fly to Malaga from Glasgow include Easyjet, Ryan Air and Thomson Airways. It is easy to find a cheap Glasgow - Malaga flight by comparing options online. Glasgow Airport can be reached from the M8 motorway and is just a 25 minute bus ride from the city's main train and bus stations. A taxi costs about £20 from the city centre. Following your Glasgow - Malaga flight, getting to the city is straightforward. Trains run every 30 minutes and take about eight minutes. They generally cost less than three Euros. There are also regular buses for about one Euro. Trains and buses run from around 7 am until midnight; at other times you will need to take a taxi. Fares are typically between 15 and 18 Euros.
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Housed in the sixteenth century Buenavista Palace in central Malaga, this museum contains 285 paintings by Picasso, in the city of his birth. A number of the artist's sketches and ceramic works are also on display. Guided tours are available. Tip: admission is free between 3 pm and 8 pm on the last Sunday of each month.2 Atarazanas Market
This busy food market was built on the site of a fourteenth century Moorish shipyard and has a huge, colourful, stained glass window depicting its history. It's the place to go for local food at low prices. Enjoy the sights and smells as you shop for fruit, vegetables, meats, cheeses and seafood. Open Monday-Saturday, 8 am until 2 pm.3 Castillo de Gibralfaro
This fourteenth century Moorish castle stands high on a hill above Malaga. A footpath leads you up through beautiful scented gardens to the entrance, giving fine views of the city below, but you can also drive or take a bus. Entry is free on Sunday afternoons.4 Montes de Malaga
A must for keen walkers, this national park, located in a beautiful range of wooded hills about 9 miles north of Malaga, is full of trails, picnic spots and viewpoints. It is also a haven for wildlife, including wild boar and chameleon lizards. The area is well served by restaurants and makes a great day trip.5 La Concepcion Botanic Garden
With exotic plants from Africa, Asia and the Americas, this fascinating botanic garden has a number of routes you can follow, taking in tropical vegetation, cacti, aquatic plants and much more. Allow several hours to explore all that La Concepcion has to offer. Open Tuesday - Sunday.