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Old 12th June 2011, 08:29 AM
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I'm looking to buy a Malaga street map but I can't think of where I would be able to pick one up? Any ideas?

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I'm looking to buy a Malaga street map but I can't think of where I would be able to pick one up? Any ideas?

Many of the souvenir shops on the coast have maps, however, is it possible to print out "googlemaps"?????

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I love the laminated Insight Flexi Maps. I have them for various cities. They open and close easily, stay clean and don't tear.

You can buy them online.

Here is a link to one for Costa del Sol. It says a street map of Malaga is included.

Costa del Sol Insight FlexiMap

I can definitely recommend the ones for Barcelona and Rome. Mine have been used lots of times and still look like new.

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We got ours from the little papershop near Tienda coffee shop in the village ( Torre)

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Forgot depends how big you want the sight seeing bus out side the train station in Malaga have free ones of the tourist areas. We are cowards we nearly always go in by train there great!!! only just over 2 euors return every half hour from Plaza Mayor or Los Lamos second to last stop is all the shops last stop is tourst area. Thers so much road works going on it no fun driving its as bad as driving in London!!!!

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The town hall may have one. Ours does!

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Bus station has a visitors desk - they have maps.

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Best one I ever had was from the Tourist info. folk in Malaga station--they are normally right in the centre of the station and Malaga maps are given away.

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Zilly do you mean the bus station or the train station?

Thank you!

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Train station--Maria Zambrano !

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