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Plug that Gap: US clothing store opens first Spanish branch at Málaga airport

Common on the British high street, Gap had been absent from Spain until the Málaga store's opening

It’s as ubiquitous a sight on British high streets as Zara and H&M, but US clothing chain Gap is conspicuous by its absence in most countries in mainland Europe.

Present in France and Italy, the famous chain has no branches in Germany, Scandinavia nor eastern Europe, but has this week opened its very first store in Spain – at Málaga Airport’s T3 terminal, to be exact…

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Author:Ian Clover 16/01/2015 [0] Comments 
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Málaga named as second top city to visit in 2015

Málaga's charm lies in its beauty, its location and its vibrant atmosphere

Renowned travel publication Rough Guides has ranked Málaga in second place in its top ten cities to visit in 2015.

Although South Africa’s Johannesburg took the top spot, Andalucía’s stunning port city scored highly, with the guidebook praising its beautiful architecture, excellent beaches and weather and wealth of cultural attractions…

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Author:Ian Clover 05/01/2015 [0] Comments 
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Law of averages puts Spain top of the holiday pile

The golden stretches of the Costa del Sol are perennial favourites for British holidaymakers

Relying on the ‘law of averages’ has always been tricky. After all, it was the law of averages that gave us ‘2.4 children’ and it usually denotes a not-so-happy medium: the mean, the middle, the unexciting.

But when it comes to something that is inherently exciting and individual, such as holidays, then the law of averages is actually pretty useful, not least because a recent survey by the Travel Supermarket has applied this logic to the tourism industry and discovered that the typical Brits’ holiday for 2015 will be a ten-day trip to Spain

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Author:Ian Clover 02/01/2015 [0] Comments 
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Domino Effect with Nicoloj Coster-Waldau

Danish actor and producer, Nicoloj Coster-Waldau – most famously known for his character, Jamie Lannister, in the hugely popular HBO series, Game of Thrones - is to star in upcoming terrorism thriller ‘Domino’ which will be shot in Málaga in the New Year… Continue Reading

Author:Holly Purnell 23/12/2014 [0] Comments 
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VIVA opens a brand new office in Málaga city

VIVA Málaga office façade

The brand new VIVA Málaga office opened on Monday, 15 December

I’m absolutely thrilled to share with you the exciting news that with the launch of our fabulous new Málaga office right in the heart of the city on Monday 15 December, we’re expanding our network of regional offices ever wider to capture a whole new real estate market…

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Author:Martina Heynemann 16/12/2014 [0] Comments 
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Information day for Brit expats to be held in Estepona

The event promises to be an informative gathering for British expats

If you are a British expat living on the Costa del Sol and wish to find out exactly what types of services are available to you, then it would be advisable to attend an information day to be held this week in Estepona

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Author:Ian Clover 12/11/2014 [0] Comments 
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Madrid 5th most desirable city to work in, poll finds

The Spanish capital is viewed as the fifth-best place in the world to move to for work

Beaten out, predictably, by London, New York and Paris, Spanish capital Madrid still managed an impressive 5th place in a recent poll to find the world’s top destinations for expat workers

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Author:Ian Clover 16/10/2014 [0] Comments 
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Barcelona costliest Spanish city for tourists

Barcelona's beauty, vibe and unique architecture comes at a price

The most expensive place for tourists to visit in Spain is Barcelona, according to a recent study by travel website TripAdvisor.

The online poll assessed 52 Spanish locations, ranking each destination on costs likely to be incurred by the average tourist, such as a night at a four-star hotel, cocktails for two, a two-course dinner with wine, taxi fares and general entertainment…

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Author:Ian Clover 19/09/2014 [0] Comments 
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World’s biggest liner makes her European debut in Málaga

Author:Carolyn Mowlem 15/09/2014 [0] Comments 
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Málaga: Spain’s most liveable city, according to poll

The capital of the Costa del Sol offers excellent life satisfaction for Spaniards and foreigners alike

Life satisfaction in the largest city on the Costa del Sol is the highest among all Spanish cities, according to data published in a recent poll.

A research group from the European Commission called Urban Audit found that Málaga offers the best quality of life among Spanish cities – and one of the highest in Europe…

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Author:Ian Clover 05/09/2014 [0] Comments 
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