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You have many reasons to visit Tivoli World. It Is an experience to enjoy a fantastic day in a unique place. A world of excitement to share with your family.
Enjoy the exciting new attractions, the variety of shows in different places and enjoy the many options to satisfy your appetite between bars and themed restaurants, while enjoying the magnificent ambience of the park.
ATTRACTIONSAmong the attractions you can enjoy, among others, the...
La Cañada is the most important shopping centre in Marbella, and one of the most popular in Málaga Province. In a few years it became a meeting point in town, a place where visitors can find everything their need in the field of leisure and entertainment.
The cinema theatres of Cinesa-La Cañada 3D screen the latest films for visitors to have a great time with their family or friends. They have a parking area (extra charge), disabled access,...
The building opened in the year 2001, municipal property, has a steep functional character, being equipped with modern equipment in line with the ambitious programme of activities which takes place without interruption.
Throughout the year you can enjoy an extensive cultural agenda consisting of festivals and cycles of theatre, Opera, concerts, recitals of flamenco, ballet, as well as events such as performances and charity galas, or...
Teatro Canovas is in 370 towns and Sala Gades is in 234, two multi-disciplinary and multi-purpose performance space attached to the Ministry of Culture of the Junta de Andalucía, have become an essential cultural reference point of the city of Malaga with regular programming, and a line of work committed to the contemporary.Among the exhibition activities include the Cycle of Theatre and Dance, and Pop Rock, Contemporary Music Cycle, Cycle of...
The Alameda Theatre opened on 22 December 1961 with an opera performance. The funds raised went to the Little Sisters of the Poor. The first film screened was ‘The Longest Day,’ the war drama with an amazing cast telling the events of D-Day.
However, the building housing the theatre had always been a reference in Málaga’s entertainment and cultural life. From 1907 to its destruction during the Civil War, the Pascualini Cinema has brought the...
The original cinema was designed by Manuel Rivera Vera, the author of the Málaga Town Hall, among other noble examples of civil architecture in town. It was a luxury building, heavily decorated, with glazed windows from the renowned firm Maumejean. With stalls seating 500 people and side rows for another 300, it opened on 19 November 1932 with a glittering premiere of the film ‘Princess, à vos ordres!’
In 2001, the Echegaray Cinema screened its...
Earlier known as Teatro Príncipe Alfonso and Teatro de la Libertad, the Cervantes Theatre emerged as such in 1870, after an accidental fire tore it down in the mid nineteenth century. Designed by architect Jerónimo Cuervo, with paintings by Bernardo Ferrándiz (ceiling) and Antonio Muñoz Degrain (curtain), it was immediately designated as a Historical and Artistic Monument. In the 1950s, it showed signs of deterioration. After several years of...
Built in 1945 and recently renovated, the Albéniz Cinema Theatre is in the heart of Málaga City, next to the Roman Theatre and the Picasso Museum. It shows Spanish, Latin American and European films in their original versions, and is one of the screening venues of the Málaga Film Festival.
It has four screens; all the rooms are apt for disabled movie-goers. The largest room, No. 1, screens 2D and 3D films.
This cinema is located at the Vialia shopping centre, integrated into its wider leisure and service offer. Being in a train station, it is very well connected.
The theatres have been carefully designed to offer ahead-of-the-curve image and sound technology: 2D, 3D, giant screens, surround sound, comfortable ergonomic seats, spacious rows…
There are a bar and a store inside, selling a wide variety of foods and beverages, including sodas and...
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