RENT A CAR IN TRAIN STATION (AVE)
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Malaga airport and train station Torremolinos Costa del Sol.
On price request please select Pick-up/return station <Estación Renfe AVE-MLG>, No credit card needed for booking, the payment in advance is only a option (for payments in advance you have to bring the credit card with you for get the hired car).
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When collecting your vehicle at the station it is vital that you supply us with the correct train details. We use the details supplied to check on delays this way we can assure you that your vehicle will not be given to another client and we will meet you at the station. If you don't have the train number at this moment you can reply the booking confirmation with the correct train number and arrival time.
After leaving the platform direct yourself towards the main exit of the station. Just after the electric door you will find one of our representatives with a carambacar.com sign who will identify himself as an employee of the company.
The new railway station at Malaga Airport is due for completion 2010 and it will link to the Maria Zambrano Train Station in Malaga which also offers the Vialia Shopping Mall and Leisure Centre and a 4 star hotel.
This station was completed in 2006 and has increased the train lines from 5 to 8 providing local routes and high speed AVE links to major cities including Barcelona, Madrid and Seville.
The new station is bright and airy with a simple lay out. When you arrive there by train there is a newsagents and cafeteria next to the platforms and once through the exit doors there is a luggage scanner on the left for people boarding trains and on the right there is a Unicaja ATM, luggage storage lockers and public telephones.
At the main entrance to the station there are 12 ticket desks and 2 information desks, plus automatic check-in kiosks which also allow passengers to make changes to their reservations. The local trains are the Cercanías Renfe: the C2 trains which go towards Fuengirola and the C1 which head to downtown Malaga, stopping at Malaga Pablo Picasso Airport which is just four stops from Maria Zambrano Station.
Malaga bus station is the main station for the province, with numerous daily connections to Marbella.
The distance between Malaga and Marbella is about 59 km. The direct and express trips are usually pretty fast, while normal services can take up to more than an hour and a half.
The main line that goes to Marbella from Malaga is the M-320.
Paseo los Tilos, Málaga Telf (+34) 952350061 Web de la Estación central de autobuses de Málaga
Paseo Marítimo Antonio Machado, 10, 29002 Málaga Telf (+34)952046000 Web hotel Ilunion Málaga
Calle Héroes de Sostoa, 2, 29002 Málaga Telf (+34) 952047494
Calle Héroes de Sostoa, 17, 29002 Málaga Telf (+34)951010150 Web: Hotel Silken Puerta Málaga
"Centro Comercial Larios. Avda. de la Aurora, 25 , 29002, Málaga Telf (+34) 952368020 - Fax: (34) 95 2368024.
Calle de los Cuarteles, 66, 29002 Málaga Telf (+34) 952319374
Calle Salitre, 53, 29002 Málaga Telf (+34) 952319008 · Web: Hotel Don Paco
Calle de los Canales, 8, 29002 Málaga Telf (+34) 952317200 Web: Hotel Zeus Malaga
The collection includes the main genres in 19th century Spanish painting, paying special attention to Andalusian artists.
Plaza Carmen Thyssen 29008 Málaga (Málaga) Tel.:+34 902303131
Web Museo Carmen Thyssen Malaga
Picasso in his homeland, this museum answers to a wish of Pablo Picasso himself: that his work be represented in the city of his birth.
Calle San Agustín 8 29015 Málaga (Málaga) Tel.:+34 902443377/ +34 952127600 Fax:+34 952604570
One of the best Andalusian Renaissance temples. The Catholic Monarchs ordered the construction of the building. It is popularly known as La Manquita.
Calle Molina Lario 9 29015 Málaga (Málaga) Tel.:+34 952215917 Tel. Voranmeldungen:+34 952228491
Sorolla, Salas, Picasso and more at Malaga Museum has sections on Fine Arts and Archaeology. Specifically, it has more than 15,000 archaeological and artistic objects.
Palacio de la Aduana - Aduana Palace
Plaza de la Aduana, 1 26015 Málaga Tel.:+34 951294051 Fax:+34 952218382
Resurrected from underground.
Malaga's Roman theatre remained hidden underground for many centuries.
Malaga's Roman theatre lies at the foot of the Alcazaba fortress in the western part of the city. It was discovered in 1951, after having remained buried underground for many centuries. Dating back to the first century, it was built during the Empire of Augustus. It was used up until the third century. The Arabs used parts of the theatre for their own building purposes. They took capitals and column shafts for their own Alcazaba fortress as support for the horseshoe arches over the doorways. The theatre has a radius of 31 metres is 16 metres tall and has an orchestra of 15 metres. The area has three main stands and gateways that lead into the stands (vomitorium).