In the historical center of Málaga centuries of culture and architecture coincide. You will find numerous churches, convents and palaces , mostly seventeenth and eighteenth centuries , but also some very interesting nineteenth century architectural and urban heritage, when the city led by the agricultural and industrial revolution, was exposed to European fashion that prevailed at the time. Calle Larios which was inaugurated in the late nineteenth century , remains the commercial and social heart of Málaga . The most exclusive shopping, banks and the more traditional cafes are located in this alluring street and the surrounding pedestrian areas, constitute the core of the Old Town of Malaga. A great city for tourists, a temperate climate and a large number of restaurants offering native, regional and international dishes to suite every pocket, from the modest to the more exclusive and exquisite. You will also find a selection of world class museums exhibiting work from Picasso to Andy Warhol. Malaga is a constantly evolving city.