As the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, it's no surprise Malaga has a thriving street art scene. Using the city's walls as a canvas, international artists have transformed the Soho district into a colour-splashed masterpiece. Explore this edgy creative quarter with an off the beaten path walking tour.
Meet up with your in-the-know local guide outside Malaga's Centre of Contemporary Art, and you'll set off through Soho's mural-sketched streets. A hub for creatives and alternative-types, this part of the city sees hip cafés brush alongside brewpubs, galleries and workshops – it's a side of Malaga most tourists miss out on.
The works you'll see were created by both international and local artists for Malaga's pioneering MAUS project – an urban art initiative that aims to challenge the concept of what a city should look like. And if the art inspires you, there's a welcome surprise at the end of the tour that'll make you feel like a real urban artist.