Parque de Málaga
Founded at the end of the 19th century, the Parque de Málaga is the most central park in the city, as well as one of the most popular. Situated behind the port between the Paseo de los Curas and the Paseo del Parque, this rectangular green space was created specifically for the public to enjoy and contains benches, fountains and a small open-air theatre. For anyone interested in horticulture, this park is a must-visit, as it boasts an enormous amount of tropical and subtropical plants. Palm trees, landscaped gardens and many stunning exotic flowers can be found here, with a number brought from overseas, including South America.