#TravelPost – Malaga, orasul lui Picasso si al sensurilor unice


RO: Inceputul de an 2018 a insemnat pentru mine o plimbare prin Andaluzia, regiunea de sud a Spaniei… ceea ce m-a inspirit sa redactez cateva randuri pentru un post de travel, care inseamna si un nou post dupa mult timp pe blog 😀

Au fost 7 zile pline, nu am stat locului deloc… dupa 3 zile in Malaga, am pornit cu masina spre Cadiz, cu un ocol prin Gibraltar si apoi inca 3 zile in Sevilia.

Start cu Malaga – Este un oras portuar scaldat de apele Marii Mediteraneene, deci o destinatie turistica populara. Prin centrul vechi, pe stradutele inguste, la terase si in apropierea celor mai importante obiective turistice poti auzi discutii in toate limbile Pamantului.

 ENG: The beginning of 2018 meant for me a walk through Andalusia, the southern region of Spain … this inspired me to write a few lines for a travel post, which also means a new post after a long time 😀

7 full days, on the road … after 3 days in Malaga, we drove to Cadiz, a short detour to Gibraltar and then another 3 days in Seville.

Start with Malaga – It is a port town bathed by the waters of the Mediterranean Sea, a popular tourist destination. In the old city center, on the narrow streets, relaxing at terraces and near the most important landmarks, you can hear discussions in all the languages ​​of the Earth.

RO: Ca orice turist, am cautat cel mai scurt drum catre cele mai cautate obiective de vizitat. Dupa ce ne-am ratacit pe strazile lor cu foarte multe sensuri unice, am parcat langa Plaza de Toros, arena de coride, in care mai poti asista inca la cunoscutele si sangeroasele lupte cu tauri.

De acolo, am urcat spre Castelul Gibralfaro, care pe langa senzatie de calatorie inapoi in timp, iti ofera o panorama fenomenala asupra orasului si al portului.

 ENG: Like any other tourist, I’ve been looking for the shortest way to the most sought-after places to visit. After we got lost on their one-way streets, we parked near the Plaza de Toros, the corridor arena, where you can still witness the well-known and bloody battles with bulls.

From there, we climbed to Gibralfaro Castle, which, besides the sensation of traveling back in time, gives you a phenomenal panorama over the city and the harbor.

RO: Apoi, am coborat catre Cetatea Alcazaba care este conectata de castelul Gibralfaro printr-un lung zid dublu (coracha). Aici am descoperit gradini interioare de un verde minunat, iar arhitectura maura te ducea cu gandul la un palat pentru califi si sultani.

 ENG: Then we descended to the Alcazaba Fortress that is connected with Gibralfaro Castle through a long double wall (coracha). Here we have discovered interior gardens of a wonderful green, and the Moorish architecture that made you believe you were in a palace for caliphs and sultans.

RO: In partea stanga a intrarii principale in cetate, pe calle Acazabilla, se afla Teatro Romano, descoperit accidental in 1951 si reamenajat pentru a gazdui spectacole in aer liber. Scena era goala, dar se simtea o energie aparte, care te determina sa faci liniste, ca si cum pe scena se desfasura un spectacol important.

 ENG: On the left side of the main entrance to the fortress, on calle Acazabilla, you will find Teatro Romano, accidentally discovered in 1951 and refurbished to host outdoor shows. The scene was empty, but you could feel a  a special energy that made you go quiet, as if an important show unfolded on the stage.

RO: Ne-am pierdut pe strazile din zona turistica, am ajuns la Catedrala Malaga si a trecut pe langa multe alte cladiri impresionante 🙂

 ENG: We lost ourselves on the streets of the tourist area, we reached the Cathedral of Malaga and passed many other impressive buildings 🙂

RO: Seara am descoperit plaja ascunsa din spatele farulului de la intrarea in Portul Malaga, numit La Farola, adevarat simbol al orasului. Apusul a fost pretextul perfect pentru o sedinta foto 🙂

 ENG: In the evening we discovered a hidden beach behind the lighthouse in Malaga Port, called La Farola, the true symbol of the city. The sunset was the perfect excuse for a photo shoot 🙂

RO: Pe scurt, asa am vazut eu Malaga, orasul natal al lui Picasso. In postul urmator o sa va arat si o sa va povestesc in putine cuvinte ce am descoperit in Ronda, Cadiz, Gibraltar si Sevilia. Stay tune! 😉

 ENG: Briefly, that’s how I saw Malaga, Picasso’s hometown. In the next post, I will show you and tell you again in several words what I discovered in Ronda, Cadiz, Gibraltar and Seville. Stay tune! 😉

 

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