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Belenes de Malaga
2 Dec

Nativity Scene in Malaga for Christmas

In Malaga one of the great traditions at Christmas is to enjoy a pleasant walk through the center or through the park’s walk stands. Every year thousands of people travel these streets enjoying the authentic Christmas spirit. But there is another component that receives a large part of these visits every year and it is none other than Malaga’s nativity scenes. The numerous nativity scenes scattered throughout the city make up an extensive list that includes births prepared by families, couples, children … each of them with its uniqueness and charm.

There are so many that make up a route of nativity scenes to which hundreds of Malaga and tourists approach each year to see them. To make it easier for you and so that you don’t miss anything, we have compiled the best nativity scenes in Malaga in 2019. Keep reading because we’ll be talking about churches, neighborhood associations, clubs, brotherhoods and districts of Malaga in which the best births are found.

What nativity scenes should you visit in Malaga 2019?

  • THE MUNICIPAL NATIVITY SCENE OF MALAGA

Anyone from Malaga has almost definitely been to the municipal Nativity scene in Malaga with their family. This nativity scene has a characteristic space full of green stars that symbolize hope. It is installed in the Patio de Banderas and reinvents itself every year presenting its most traditional figures and scenes from different perspectives. You can find it at the City Hall of Malaga located on Avenida de Cervantes, 4.

You can visit it from December 6 to January 6 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

  • BROTHERHOOD OF THE SEPULCRO

There are many brotherhoods that are involved in this route of nativity scenes through Malaga. In Alcazabilla Street you can find the brotherhood of the sepulcher, which is also a participant in the route of the nativity scenes of Malaga, it is also one of the best known located in the Hermandad del Sepulcro House itself.

You can visit it from December 1 to January 5 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

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  • BROTHERHOOD OF THE SACRED DINNER

One more year, maintaining the ancient tradition, it opens its doors and invites us to enjoy the event that more than two thousand years ago brought a message of Peace and Love to those men of good will, giving rise to their traditional Bethlehem, this year passed to the surprise of all there were two births, the Mystery winner of the first prize in the town of Vélez Málaga and on the other a Bethlehem Diorama Jerezano. You can find them in Calle Compañía, 44.

Visiting hours from Monday to Friday: from 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

After a long visit to the nativity scenes of Malaga and Christmas shopping in the capital city of the Costa del Sol, you won’t want to miss your holiday accommodation in the heart of the city that helps you reconcile rest at night and activities during the day.

  • ASSOCIATION PRO-TRADITIONS MALAGUEÑAS LA CORACHA

This 2019 also starts this association with the first Birth Contest, located in the Ascent to Coracha, 1.

Visiting hours on Tuesdays and Fridays from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

  • CARMEN THYSSEN-ARCHICOFRADIA DE LOS DOLORES MUSEUM OF SAN JUAN

The Archicofradía de los Dolores de San Juan has been in charge of the installation of the Neapolitan Bethlehem in the Column Courtyard of the Museum, in which a recreation of the Nativity scene is inspired, inspired by one of the works of the Permanent Collection.

You can find it in the Plaza de Carmen Thyssen on a schedule from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

This route of nativity scenes adds to the already known of the Malaga lighting, becoming an attraction for visitors. The Malaga capital loves Christmas, as its first place in the “Best Sunny Christmas Markets in Europe” ranking of the European Best Destinations organization says. Therefore, it is increasingly hosting more holiday tourism that decides to close the year in our city. Do you dare to visit Malaga at Christmas?

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