Málaga is steeped in history, so clearly seen through its beautiful architecture and ancient Moorish ruins that are peppered around the city. Then there are the plates of mouth-watering tapas flanked by sweet local wine adorning local tables. And of course, the glorious sun ensures the city is toasty warm all year-round. There are just so many things to do in Málaga, truly a city for those looking for busy days and exciting nights.
Following our recent visit to The Hague, we wanted to see more of the best places to visit in Holland, much more of what the country had to offer. We were keen to explore well beyond the lovely city of The Hague. To understand Holland a bit more we decide to visit the nearby towns of Haarlem, Gouda, which lends its name to the famous cheese, and the city of canals, Leiden.