On the central street Calle Granada, you can find ‘El Pimpi’ cellar. This wine bar from the 19th century is a well-known place with a traditional flavour. From its inception, it has been a meeting point for poets and has held many cultural acts of the city. Tourists and people from Málaga attend to taste Málaga’s ‘tapas’ and wines.
The church Iglesia de Santiago, built on the land of an old mosque, is also on this street.
From Calle Granada through Plaza de la Judería, you can access Calle Alcazabilla, where you can contemplate the magnificent ruins of Málaga’s Roman Theatre and the Alcazaba, which is essential to visit at night to see the spectacular lighting.
On this same street Calle Alcazabilla, you can find the Cine Albéniz cinema, where they screen films in their original version all year round. Also, it is one of the venues of Malaga Spanish Film Festival.