The world famous American magazine Forbes has compiled a list of twenty cities in the world where Americans like to live, invest, set up new projects and retire, but this also applies to Europeans.
Málaga took tenth position in this top 20.
According to Forbes, the capital meets several criteria, including international schools, a good health system, proximity to airports, the cost of housing, a low crime rate and a good quality of life.
The Best European Destinations (EBD), was in charge of compiling this ranking and has selected 20 cities from the 120 candidates.
The answer lies in its authenticity, location, easy access to cities such as Seville, Ronda, Cordoba or Granada, the unique cultural offer with no less than 37 museums, the impressive natural wonders and of course the annual average of more than 300 days of sunshine.
Malaga is a unique destination in Europe and a mix of modern, traditional, culture, beach, gastronomy and shopping. The city of Malaga is a destination that combines leisure tourism and business with an unbelievably extensive cultural offering of global recognition and great events.
What Malaga can offer you
More than 3,000 years of history have passed since the Phoenicians founded Malaga and today it is a beautiful, friendly and cosmopolitan city that enchants tourists from all over the world. The Roman theater and the old “garum” baths will transport you back to the days of Roman Hispania.
The appeal of the Andalusian region and its unique southern city is easy to understand. Besides its history, its incredible cultural offer concentrated in the historic center, Malaga has been transformed into one of the international cities with the largest number of museums. With three and a half million visitors a year, the Picasso Museum is one of the most visited museums in Spain. The Centre Pompidou Malaga is the first establishment of this famous Parisian art institution outside France. The collection of the Saint Petersburg Russian Museum together with the Carmen Thyssen are remarkable galleries.
Whether visitors enjoy contemporary art or 19th century paintings, Spanish wine, Mediterranean cuisine, archeology or even automobiles, the city of Malaga offers a long list of interesting museums to suit every taste.