In recent years, the popularity of Malaga City has rocketed. The city has undergone significant redevelopment, in turn attracting further investment and allowing it to reinvent itself as a city that people want to visit and/or move to due to its array of beautiful architecture, museums (including the famous Picasso Museum), beaches, shops, bars/restaurants and many other attractions.
Transport links are improving all the time, with more destinations being reached by Malaga airport all the time, high speed trains reaching cities such as Seville and Madrid in just a few hours, and an extensive bus network reaching out to suburbia and beyond.
The port is ever evolving with its mix of shops, restaurants, bars, and regular events, helping to cater for not only the locals but the for those arriving into the port by some of the largest cruise ships in the world. Whilst not yet confirmed, talks are well under way to make further improvements to the port to allow for the mooring of mega yachts owned by the rich and famous, no doubt leading to even more investment in the city.
The city continues to undergo further redevelopment, and the challenge now is knowing where the next trendy, up-coming districts are to invest in.....something that Team España would be delighted to assist with.