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From cities loaded with Spanish historical impressions to cities famous for modern architecture, Spain has a diverse range of cities offering something new for everyone, up and down the country. From a total of twenty-seven most famous cities, why do people choose Marbella over any other city in Spain? A lot more to explore!
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Casco Antiguo- It is always said that our present is shaped mainly from the past. Let’s revive back to the rich historical town, Old Town, or Casco Antiguo. This town is situated near the center of town up from Avenida Richardo Soriano-the main street which leads to Marbella-and opposite La Alameda park. With its exotic picturesque and a fusion of modern bars and restaurants, Old Town has been a perfect destination for explorers and nature lovers. We find a beautiful and typically Andalucian square full of orange trees and tropical plants which is a must-see for any holiday often denoted as Orange Square, and where you can sit quietly in one of the many traditional cafes enjoying a coffee or a glass of wine, and watch the serenity around.Good restaurants are also in plentiful supply, serving everything from expensive gourmet food to authentic backstreet Spanish tapas. This town is full of playful activities and there are plentiful art galleries, a street full of boutique shops and ancient architecture around, this town is a perfect holiday destination for you in Marbella. This hidden like an unexcavated pearl in Marbella about which majority of the people are still unaware. It is like a separate village in Marbella with a rustic lifestyle. Decent restaurants are also in plentiful supply, serving everything ranging from expensive gourmet food to authentic backstreet Spanish tapas. This hidden like an unexcavated pearl in Marbella about which majority of the people are still unaware.It is like a separate village in Marbella with a rustic lifestyle. Decent restaurants are also in plentiful supply, serving everything ranging from expensive gourmet food to authentic backstreet Spanish tapas. This hidden like an unexcavated pearl in Marbella about which majority of the people are still unaware. It is like a separate village in Marbella with a rustic lifestyle. Decent restaurants are also in plentiful supply, serving everything ranging from expensive gourmet food to authentic backstreet Spanish tapas.

2- Paseo Marítimo- There is no city in the world where people don’t crave for waves, beaches and lazy sun-baths. Paseo Marítimo is a beachside promenade.

Not just clicking pictures, but walking along the promenade, enjoying the sunrises and sunsets and soaking every essence of the natural view. There is a wooden boardwalk to enjoy a longer stroll from Marbella all the way to Puerto Banus and even further towards San Pedro. This place stretches alongside the beach and it is your perfect destination for a Sunday sunbath.

3. Avenida del Mar

This place is the heart of Marbella. To all the art lovers and research enthusiasts, Avenida del Mar is located on the south of the Old town. This place has a wide collection of original scriptures by Salvador Dali displayed in the open air. It has a differentiated atmosphere of ancient avenues and welcoming beaches around; a blend of historical revival and natural hotspots.

4. Recreational activities- Marbella is a great place for shopaholics! Marbella is perfect for  everything. 

The high street is full of clothing shops and the old town’s winding streets are packed with boutiques and small shops with unique presents, shoes and accessories. If you are looking for more affordable brands all then they are all under one roof, the La Cañada complex is a great place to explore. It has nearly three hundred shopping outlets, bars, coffee shops, restaurants and a cinema. La Cañada is situated immediately north of Marbella, so take a trip and buy yourself some good clothes. Also, the Black Box Theater offers plays in Spanish and English; the unusual Bonsai Museum features one of Europe’s most significant collections of Bonsai Trees;and the Museum of Spanish Contemporary Engravings display works by Picasso, Miró, Tapies, Chillida and several other important Spanish artists.

These places are the souls of Marbella. That ‘ s the reason why people choose Marbella over other cities in Spain.

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