The cultural centre of Torremolinos which every town seems to have which is much to the credit of the country. Here you can take classes or visit the library. Internet is available if you have ID or passport, a copy will do. There's an exhibition of art and a large cafe but without wifi.
While on holidays my Husband and I rambled in to Pablo Ruiz CUltural centre for a look It was quite busy with visitors exploring the place. There were classes for english speaking people to learn spanish. We looked at the art and had a coffee in the cafe. There is a library there also. We enjoyed our visit eveen though... 更多
We visited the centre not really sure what else there would be apart from the art works. We wandered around looking at some of the displayed art, interesting and modern. There is a library in the building and a café. We walked around several levels, there was a yoga class going on in one of the rooms and they have... 更多
As one of many expats in Torremolinos who survive on limited Spanglish, a course here should open the doors to more understanding, more fluency and more acceptance within the host community. Make your initial enquiry at the reception area where you will find a very helpful staff who will guide you to the course most suited to your needs.
This plaza is just round the corner from where we stay.it was recently all done up and its a pleasure to sit at one of many little bars or just sit down and relax. Find it on Google and you will notice that the paving is actually a barcode.
Discovered unique Arts of Pablo Picasso. Visited his birthplace in Malaga, Spain.Viewed the Paseo de la Alameda, Paseo del Parque,... 更多
Marvellous place even for the artistically uninformed about art and impressionism. Good opening hours and plenty of information to read... 更多
There are no seats in the exhibition for people to sit and contemplate the artwork whilst listening to the commentary.... 更多
Two exihibition at a time, both Picasso and Grotesco. Most of the Picasso exhibits were works I had never seen... 更多