Antigua Casa de Guardia
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En la Alameda Principal podrás encontrar la taberna con más solera e historia de Málaga, donde disfrutar de los mejores vinos y del mejor marisco. Desde 1840 en el corazón de Málaga.
The Antigua Casa de Guardia is the oldest wine bar in Malaga. Founded in 1840 by Don Jose Guardia . For wine lovers it is a place that must be visited.
The Antigua Casa de Guardia is the oldest wine bar in Malaga. Founded in 1840 by Don Jose Guardia .For wine lovers it is a place that must be visited .
Please do not leave Malaga without trying a glass of ‘El Pajarete” the sweet wine of Málaga. Founded in 1840 and they say visited by Picasso - isn’t this already enough? Antique wine bar filled with old posters from "Ferias" wine barrels and small seafood tapas.
Considered to be the oldest tavern in Malaga, Antigua Casa de Guardia has remained an iconic landmark of the city ever since its opening in 1840. Among the many sherry barrels of a typical bodega, the wooden counter and the authentic local waiters you feel thrown back in time. This is also the…
Muy típica taberna de vinos dulces con tapas de mejillones o gambas frescas Very typical tavern of sweet wines with tapas of mussels or fresh prawns Taverne très typique de vins doux avec des tapas de moules ou de gambas fraîches
“Very traditional place to eat "churros" with coffee (but very popular with hot chocolate too). One of the oldest establishments for this type of food. ”
“located in the street of Antonio Banderas property, this restaurant is one of the most emblematic places to live the andalucian culture of tapas and wine expiriences, the apartament el marques is located in the square.”
“This is the local market Atarazanas (mercado Atarazanas) where you can buy fresh fruit, smoothies, vegetables, nuts, fish and so on. They have the best restaurants if you like fresh sea food. You will be amazed.”
“I advise you to visit the Cathedral, on Sundays during the mass the entrance is free, and there is also a very interesting tour to the roof of the Cathedral.”
“Built in the first Century by Emperor Augustus, but discovered only on 1951 (!), is one of the most preserved roman theatres. You can even enjoy a real play during the summer. Enter, sit and feel like a roman descendant, for free - entrance by the Alcazaba palace. Or enter by the interpretation center (left side of the theatre) and discover also the interior. ”