Danish magazine choose Malaga as an ideal business travel destination
Business Travel Denmark, a major Danish publication, highlighted some of the virtues of the Costa del Sol as a destination for incentives. Following is a summary of the main points discussed in the article:
It might be cheaper to fly to Malaga then taking the train from Aarhus (city of the peninsula of Denmark) to Copenhagen, and the travel time would be about the same. With Iberia you can make a stopover at Madrid and visit the Dali airport lounge or you take a direct flight with Ryanair (see our complete list of airlines serving Malaga airport).
Malaga is the capital of the Costa del Sol, calmer than Madrid and Barcelona, and is characterized as a typical Spanish Mediterranean coastal city, partly intact over time and at the same time a centre for trade and financial institutions in southern Spain. In 2001 was built the Malaga Congress & Exhibition Centre, a large, mediterranean-inspired building situated between the city and Malaga airport.
Malaga can boast one of the biggest attractions in Spain: the Picasso Museum. This is just one of many visits that should be done in town to enjoy historic architecture as the cathedral and the roman amphitheater and the Moorish fortress.
Make a stop at one of the bars and cafes and enjoy wines and tapas. At Pimpi you can enjoy good views to the ancient Roman walls and the famous wine barrels. Save appetite for eating in the restaurant La Moraga, a sophisticated tapas bar where customers go well dressed to enjoy traditional tapas in a more modern version.
In the white village of Mijas, at the museum of wine there is an excellent service reporting on local specialties such as cured ham and wines. This place is optimal for business incentives and can cover 60 up to people.
Marbella, the coastal city of the rich and beautiful, is situated 60 kilometers from Malaga, sharing the fashionable flair of Saint Tropez or Cannes. The mountains ensure a privileged climate; the beaches are great, beautiful and well maintained. On a clear day you can see Africa, which is an exclusive view if you are traveling as an incentive. And what you save on air travel in a low-cost carrier, you can spend well in hotels in Malaga.