It's been almost a year and half that I've been living in Málaga. While living here, I was able to discover the city little by little, and yes I't s lovely city. I call it the City of the Sun, or the Summer City. The amount of tourists in Málaga is insane, even only in March or April it's filled with people already wearing shorts and flip-flops, looking for sunshine. The beaches in Málaga are really nice, I don't like the sand (I must confess) but only because it's too thin, and I'm used to the big grains of sand in the beaches of Portugal. There are palm trees everywhere in Málaga, it reminds me of Summer movies in Miami! The city center is really pleasant. The "Calle Molina Larios", a big street filled with shops, cafes, restaurants and tapas bars, is one of the streets where you must walk, in order to discover all the goodies this city has to offer. You'll find adorable bakeries, like "A Canasta", with small balconies where you can sit and enjoy a cappuccino and one of the most well known pastries of Málaga - Locas. If you want to go for tapas and some sweet wine, you must visit "El Pimpi" at Calle Granada. Everyone wants to go there, the place is huge and gorgeous. On your way there you'll find the Picasso's Museum and a bit further you'll the find "Plaza de la Merced" where you can also take a picture with Picasso (well, a statue of him) and visit the house where he grew up. And since where visiting Málaga, you must not forget to visit the Port and the "Muelle Uno", which is a big opened shopping mall, that offers entertainment, fashion and restaurants. Basically I found everything I know in Málaga by walking around every street and every little corner. I suggest you do the same, and let yourself dazzle with this city!