|Airport code||AGP||AGP is the airport IATA code on flights to Malaga|
|Top Airline||Ryanair||Popular airline with flights to Malaga|
The "Capital of the Costa Del Sol", Malaga is one of the most important tourist destinations in the region, with over 6 million tourists flocking to the city annually. Famed for its superb beaches, excellent local food and inimitable nightlife, the city enjoys a reputation as one of the party capitals of Europe. Aside from its bars and clubs, it is also famous its exceptional seafront and numerous festivals, as well as for being the birthplace of Pablo Picasso. The city is also a popular destination for quiet breaks, with young and old coming to take advantage of the beautiful climate and welcoming local atmosphere.
Upon arriving from flights to Malaga, there are any number of things to do. The city is famous for its dizzying nightlife, and if you are arriving during the summer the city will be a bustling hub of bars, clubs and other activities. Malaga is home to an exceptional range of hotels and inns, as well as a superb selection of local restaurants serving the astonishing variety of fresh produce that the region is famous for. For those looking for something a little slower paced, you can explore the beautiful old town, the amazing beaches, or the myriad of museums and cultural sites dotted throughout this fantastic city.
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Malaga is served by Malaga Airport, one of the busiest in the region, handling over 16 million passengers annually.
The airport is situated 5 miles southwest of Malaga.
The airport is accessible by road and rail. Road access comes from the MA-21 and the MA-20 and there are numerous taxi hire and car rental companies operating in the city center that can be used to access these. There are also several bus lines between the city and the airport terminal. Rail access from Malaga city to Malaga Airport is also available via the Cercanias Malaga commuter trains.