The much anticipated Museum of fine arts finally opened its doors last December 12. Rosa Aguilar, who was in charge of the Andalusian Culture Board, was leading a visit to the Museum during which she said: “People who visit the museam will learn much more about what Malaga really is, they will find part of the soul of Malaga, its history and its present”.
It is in the center of Malaga, so if you come from another city or country you can use a car hire in malaga airport.
Built in 1826 in a neoclassical style on the coastline, the Customs Palace was mainly a tobacco factory, and then became one of the main buildings of the port of Malaga. Its construction began around 7 years ago and after 40 million euros, the building consists of three floors, the ground floor consists of a cafe and the area where the temporary specimens are exhibited, the second floor are the collection of Art, on the second floor the archaeological collection and finally a restaurant on the third floor.
Entry is free for all citizens of the European Union and has a cost of three euros for non-citizens. You can get there with this service.