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Totally loved everything about this fiesta! If anyone plans to visit Malaga, then try to go there during the Feria, you won’t regret! A lot of fun , dances , concerts during the day in the city and then continuation is taking part in the...More
Malaga is one of my favorite Spanish city. First time at the Feria was a lot fun with Happy people, salsa dresses and olento of Cartojal! The Feria grounds at the conference centrum were quite impressive, but the day time activity at the city was...More
Malaga Féria is well known in the morning having cartojal at the city centre and afternoon going to the city fair. Parkings widely available. Don’t miss the feria of Malaga with Many people dressed traditionally. The fair is quite big and loot of boots to...More
Overall we had a great time at the feria as a family, wandering round the attractions and eating and drinking.
Our experience was marred by one peña that advertised paella and various othe tapas outside for €3-5, then offered us other options including calamari and...More
Don't know quite what to make of it all. Was fully prepared for the crowds and baking hot conditions (walk to Malaga Centro Alameda station felt a lot longer in 35 degree heat!). The atmosphere is electric, wonderful seeing the ladies in flamenco gear and...More
If you dont mind seeing thousands of people drinking heavily in 30 degrees heat over the course of an afternoon - then go for it.
I love a drink but this is crazy. Streets packed ...people urinating against walls, throwing up..walking through streets that stunk...More
Maybe a lot depends on who you go with...we went as part of a group from a bar in Torre. As a group that love to dance, it was great. We rarely had to buy a drink as there were lots of freebies.
Goodness. The city transforms from a lovely quieter version of Seville to a slightly manic rave in the streets. Pretty good natured but a little edgy in places. The street cleaners deserve medals - all restored by breakfast time each day.
Totally awesome fair. Great music and atmosphere. Lots of people singing and dancing in the streets. The entire city wraps itself around this occasion every year. Very festive occasion that is definitely a can't miss when you visit Malaga!
We live in Málaga but this was the first trip to the Feria. Normally in Málaga you can get good cheap food and drink. The Feria is nothing but a rip-off. Cans of drink in plastic cups, rubbish food, all at twice the price of...More