Discover the Artistic and Bohemian Charm of the Soho District in Malaga



Discover the Artistic and Bohemian Charm of the Soho District in Malaga

Located in the heart of Malaga, the Soho district has undergone an impressive transformation in recent years, becoming a vibrant and bohemian hub of art, culture, and creativity. This former industrial neighborhood has reinvented itself as a trendy tourist destination and has become a must-visit for street art enthusiasts and alternative nightlife seekers.

The revival of the Soho district began in 2011 with the “MAUS” project (Malaga Urban Art in Soho), an initiative aimed at revitalizing the area through street art. Since then, Soho has become an open-air museum, with every corner adorned with stunning murals and contemporary artworks. Local and international artists have left their mark on building facades, creating a unique and colorful atmosphere that attracts visitors from all over the world.

Strolling through the streets of the Soho district is a fascinating experience. Each mural tells a story, reflects an emotion, or expresses an idea, turning the neighborhood into a true artistic treasure. From abstract paintings and realistic portraits to abstract art and cutting-edge street art, there’s something for every taste. In addition to murals, Soho also hosts numerous art galleries, artist studios, and cultural spaces where exhibitions and artistic events are held.

The artistic influence also extends to the cafes, bars, and restaurants in the Soho district. Here, you’ll find an eclectic mix of trendy venues and authentic local spots where you can enjoy delicious food, have a drink, or simply relax and soak up the artistic atmosphere that permeates the area. From cozy cafés to sophisticated cocktail bars, there are options to suit every preference.

In addition to its artistic scene, Soho is also famous for its lively nightlife. The neighborhood comes alive after dark, and bars and nightclubs fill up with people looking for fun and entertainment. From live music venues to jazz clubs and alternative bars, Soho offers a wide range of options to enjoy Malaga’s nightlife.

If you visit the Soho district during the day, don’t miss the opportunity to explore the design shops and fashion boutiques that dot the area. Here, you’ll find unique clothing, extravagant accessories, and carefully curated design items that reflect the creative and avant-garde spirit of the neighborhood.


Explore the Historical and Cultural Treasures of Downtown Malaga


Our apartments are located in the heart of Malaga, making it an ideal location to walk to all the attractions that Malaga has to offer. The entire downtown area is within a maximum 15-minute radius from the house:

  • Museums and theaters: CAC Museum, Thyssen Museum, Cervantes Theater, Picasso Museum, Centre Pompidou, Soho Theater.
  • Plazas and markets: Constitution Square, Merced Square, Merced Market, Atarazanas Central Market
  • Shops and restaurants: Larios Street, Alameda Principal, Muelle Uno, Soho District, Vialia Shopping Center, Larios Centro Shopping.
  • Monuments: Malaga Cathedral, Roman Theater, Alcazaba, Bullring.
  • Beaches: Malagueta Beach, Huelin Beach, Promenade, Port of Malaga.
  • Transportation: Maria Zambrano train station, bus station, urban bus lines.


And if you decide to get around by car or public transportation:

There are urban bus and metro stops less than a 2-minute walk from the house, which offer the possibility to travel to other areas of leisure and gastronomic interest, such as:

  • The Russian museum or the automobile museum
  • The beaches of La Térmica or the Antonio Banderas promenade on the west coast of the city.
  • The Pedregalejo area, Baños del Carmen, and the beaches of El Palo on the east coast.

You can also take different trips to other Andalusian cities such as Granada, Cordoba, Seville… and other towns in the province of Malaga such as Torremolinos, Benalmádena, Mijas, Nerja, Marbella, Antequera, or Frigiliana… which can be reached by train or bus, conveniently located near the house.

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