Looking for a city that always has a plan waiting for you, from morning to night? Then Malaga is your destination! At any time of the year, at any time of the day, Malaga has a lot to offer. Pack your bags and hop on the Avlo to find out for yourself. Let's go!

Malaga is bursting with culture and history. Enjoy a veritable walk back in time, discovering its Roman Theatre, the Alcazaba, dating back to the Muslim period, or the impressive Cathedral, boasting Renaissance and Baroque touches. Visit one of its many museums, such as the Carmen Thyssen, the Picasso Museum or the Pompidou Centre, known for its impressive colourful façade. Time to get your phone out for a selfie!

And you'll need to recharge your batteries, right? Then head to the Atarazanas Market and sample the city's traditional tapas in the most intriguing of environments, under the market's stained glass windows and iron structure. Make sure to save time to stroll along the bustling Calle Larios or the Port and take in a show at the Teatro del Soho. And you are a fan of the beach, fish skewers and the sea, then visit one of Malaga's many beaches . Nothing sounds better!

Travel to Malaga by train and make your perfect break a reality. Travel comfortably, quickly and sustainably. And always at the best price Avlo, the high-speed, low cost train, makes it easy for you.



Malaga María Zambrano station is open from 5:00 a.m. to 00:45 a.m. and offers a range of services:

  • Ticket sale
  • Shopping area
  • Car hire
  • Car park
  • Connections to the C1 and C2 commuter lines
  • Connection with metro and bus services
  • Taxi rank
  • Adapted for people with reduced mobility 

Use our easy-to-use search engine to find all available Avlo, AVE (high-speed) and train schedules, fares and ticket prices to your destination.

  • The Santa Iglesia Catedral Basílica de la Encarnación is the official name for the Cathedral of Malaga, although locals refer to it as La Manquita (one-armed): guess why by taking a look at its façade for yourself!
  • The Santo Domigo Bridge is also better known as the Bridge of the Germans as its history is linked to the sinking of the German frigate SMS Gneisenau, a training ship.
  • Pay your respects to the great poet, Jorge Guillén, when taking a stroll through the English Cemetery.
  • The clocks in the Malaga underground, mark minutes every 59 seconds instead of 60, just like the London Underground. How British!