Collected by Amanda
Plaza de Félix Sáenz, 7, 29005 Málaga, Spain
With two locations in the historic center, La Mallorquina sells traditional Andalucian foods, from cured cheeses, tins of tuna and bottles of olive oil to the famous Iberian ham hanging from the ceiling. Its wine selection covers all of Spain and...
Calle Bolsa, 12, 29015 Málaga, Spain
With both an upstairs and terraced seating outdoors within the old town’s pedestrian zone, La Reserva 12 serves traditional Andalucian tapas of croquettes, anchovies and Ibérico ham as well as grilled-meat main dishes in a bright, modern setting....
Plaza de Jerónimo Cuervo, 2, 29012 Málaga, Spain
As an alternative to tourist-packed flamenco shows, the small Vino Mío next to the Teatro Cervantes mounts modest flamenco performances to complement its modern take on Spanish food with Asian touches. Founded by a Dutch woman, and with a British...
Calle Granada, 62, 29015 Málaga, Spain
El Pimpi is nothing short of an institution. This bodega, or traditional wine bar, near the Picasso Museum is raucous and enormous with a series of small indoor rooms and outdoor seating that overlooks the Roman Theater ruins. It’s a daily show as...
Calle Cardenal Herrero, 1, 14003 Córdoba, Spain
The landmark cathedral in Cordoba, Spain is the Mosque of Córdoba. You might be amazed by the bell tower, the stone path, and the orange trees. However, the moment you stepped into the prayer hall, it will take your breath away.
3, Calle Magistral González Francés, 14003 Córdoba, Spain
Right next to the Mezquita is a tiny little old bar with two tables and the largest Spanish Tortilla or Potato Omelette I've ever seen or eaten. Each one using 5 kilos of potatoes to make. Stand at the tiny bar surrounded by old black and white...