Malaga Cathedral

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A Roman Catholic cathedral in the Spanish province of Andalusia, Málaga is home to the Malaga Cathedral, often called the Cathedral of the Incarnation. It is a significant representation of the city's ecclesiastical and architectural legacy and was constructed in the 16th century in the Renaissance style.

In addition to learning about the cathedral's significance and history, visitors can appreciate the architecture and tour the interior. It is also a well-liked location for cultural events including concerts and art exhibits.

Things to do at Malaga Cathedral:

  • Enjoy the chance to learn about the history of the building while gazing at its beautiful architecture:

Take some time to appreciate the cathedral's impressive design, which has a central doorway, two towers, and an expansive interior layout consisting of a nave, aisles, and chapels reminiscent of the Renaissance era.

  • Explore the cathedral with a knowledgeable guide who can tell you all about the artworks within in either Spanish or English:

Discover the cathedral's nave, aisles, and chapels, as well as the Gothic altarpiece, Baroque organ, and collection of tapestries, all are on exhibit for visitors to appreciate.

  • Attend a prayer service:

Visit the cathedral and take part in a religious service; the cathedral is a functioning house of worship.

  • Attend the live shows and events that are an integral part of the cathedral:

Take in some art or music at the cathedral, which frequently hosts such cultural events as recitals and exhibits. See what's going on during your stay by checking the calendar of events.

  • Click photographs and take back memories:

The Malaga Cathedral is an excellent location for photographing Málaga and its surroundings, as it is both a stunning architectural feat and a cultural monument.

  • imageDuration Required
    1 hour 30 minutes

Address of Malaga Cathedral

Calle Molina Lario 9, 29015 Malaga Spain

Opening & Closing time of Malaga Cathedral

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