While Malaga has for many years attracted visitors thanks to its long hours of sunshine and its nearby beach resorts, Spain’s sixth-largest city is quickly establishing itself as the home of some world-class art museums. The Museo Picasso Malaga was the first of the new crop to open, and this was followed by the impressive Carmen Thyssen Museum, which focusses on 19th-century Andalusian paintings.

Now a couple of new additions have cemented Malaga as a centre for the arts. The Centre Pompidou sees some of the Parisian institution’s work displayed in a dramatic cube-shaped building on the seafront, while the Russian Museum has recently opened in an old tobacco factory, and serves as a sunny outpost of the St Petersburg State Russian Museum.

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