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Good times for all, even tourists

I felt like I was at Oktoberfest, but in the heat. The crowds were huge downtown (we did not go to... read more

Reviewed August 21, 2017
886tinal
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Seattle, Washington
Malaga Féria

Malaga Féria is something special, celebration in the city and on the Féria terrain. Everywhere... read more

Reviewed August 18, 2017
Koek W
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Muscat, Oman
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Maybe a lot depends on who you go with...we went as part of a group from a bar in Torre. As a group that love to dance, it was great. We rarely had to buy a drink as there were lots of freebies. It was...More

Thank annettem659
Reviewed 4 days ago

Goodness. The city transforms from a lovely quieter version of Seville to a slightly manic rave in the streets. Pretty good natured but a little edgy in places. The street cleaners deserve medals - all restored by breakfast time each day.

Thank Sue P
Reviewed September 1, 2017

Totally awesome fair. Great music and atmosphere. Lots of people singing and dancing in the streets. The entire city wraps itself around this occasion every year. Very festive occasion that is definitely a can't miss when you visit Malaga!

2  Thank KENTC1
Reviewed August 22, 2017

We live in Málaga but this was the first trip to the Feria. Normally in Málaga you can get good cheap food and drink. The Feria is nothing but a rip-off. Cans of drink in plastic cups, rubbish food, all at twice the price of...More

4  Thank plebgate
Reviewed August 22, 2017

Our visit coincided with the annual Feria which initially was great fun, but after a couple of days watching the loacl women wearing their spectacular flamenco dresses the noisey and very drunken crowds got a bit too much . Made the city difficult to visit...More

Thank Giacomina63
Reviewed August 21, 2017

I felt like I was at Oktoberfest, but in the heat. The crowds were huge downtown (we did not go to the fairgrounds). Drinking was prevalent, but the participants seemed happy, not a sad drunk. Dancing was on whim - we would be walking, hear...More

Thank 886tinal
Reviewed August 19, 2017 via mobile

Visited Malaga for a day out while staying on holiday in fuengirola. Absolutely fantastic day and night we were here on the Wednesday of the malaga august feria fantastic party atmosphere very friendly people all celebrating. Lots of entertainment. Bands .dressing up must be one...More

Thank Philip C
Reviewed August 18, 2017 via mobile

Malaga Féria is something special, celebration in the city and on the Féria terrain. Everywhere music, traditional dresses, cartojal and more. The big Féria your can reach by bus F from Malaga for 1,5 euro a trip. Busses go one after an other from the...More

Thank Koek W
Reviewed August 5, 2017

Fantastic fun and fun all the way,last time i was there was a few year's ago,what a night!! Loads to eat and drink,a ray of colour,most of the women and kids in tradicional dress,flamenco style. It's a huge place take's hour's to walk around and...More

Thank 575Brenda77
Reviewed August 3, 2017

In Spain, in Malaga the Feria in august is a special fiest for everyone, great atmosphere in all streets, spectacles, festivities with special costumes, the float, car, horse drawn, the proud riders, many dancers in fancy dress, nice attractions everywhere in all streets, till late...More

Thank Manuela L
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