Malaga light and colour from the port
City and environment
Malaga is well known inside and outside our borders for its culture, beaches, climate and gastronomy.
By day, culture, art, and the outdoors are imposed in the city of sunshine, although the nightlife of the city of Malaga is very intense and fun. You can start by walking many of the streets that are full of tapas bars and ultra-modern nightclubs. Also, several major hotels in the city have a casino inside. If you like to walk, the city centre is active at night, and you will have the opportunity to enjoy the characteristic blend of Malaga, between the modern and the ancient. In addition, shops called bodegas are open at night and you can buy the best Spanish wines, including the local sweet wine.
Malaga Congress and Exhibition Centre (FYCMA)
Fycma is located in the capital of the Costa del Sol – second most important communications and transport node in Spain and the first in the south of the country – is located next to the motorway that connects the ring roads of Malaga with the Mediterranean motorway.
How to get there?
Pablo Ruiz Picasso International AirportIt has a second runway since June 2012, which connects Malaga with the main European cities in an average of 2 or 3 hours, to which is added a railway network with a High Speed line since December 2007. In addition, the dense network of motorways allows easy access to the city, which is circumvented by the East and West Rounds, from which the fairgrounds can be accessed.
From the center:
. Continue along the Alameda Principal towards Avenida Andalucía. Follow Avenida de Andalucía and take exit A-7 towards E-15/Airport/MA-21/Torremolinos/Algeciras/Cádiz. Follow the signs to the Camino de San Rafael, join Camino de San Rafael. Turn right at Avenida de las Malagueñas. At the roundabout take the first exit and head towards Avenida José Ortega y Gasset nº 201, where the Palacio de Ferias y Congresos de Málaga is located.
From the airport.
It continues until it joins the MA-21 and then the A-7 along the branch towards Motril/N-311/Antequera/Palacio de Ferias y Congresos de Málaga. Take the exit to Avda. Ortega y Gasset/ MA-401 and at the bifurcation it makes a change of direction. Follow the signs to the Palacio de Ferias y Congresos de Málaga.
The buses of the Empresa Malagueña de Transporte (EMT)Nº4, Nº19 and Nº20 connect the Palacio de Ferias y Congresos with the city centre; and the bus Nº22 joins Avda. Moliere or the Campus de Teatinos of the University of Malaga (UMA) with the enclosure.
Malaga is at the head of hotel beds in the community, having increased its presence by more than 1.2%, which in absolute terms means more than 1,000 additional beds. Among them, fromMalaga Furniture Fairwe have contacted different chains and hotel groups in the city that will make your stay an unforgettable experience and offer participants in our event, special rate vouchers.