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LEGO exhibition in Malaga

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If are you planning to come on holiday to Hotel Yaramar, your hotel in Fuengirola, this summer and you are a massive fan of LEGO you would love to know that right now, and until the 22nd of September, the biggest LEGO exhibition in Europe can be visited in Malaga.

 

This exhibition is held in popular attraction Muelle Uno and more than 30 millions of bricks of this famous Danish construction toy have been used in it.

There, both children and adults, will enjoy seeing over 100 models distributed in 12 different sections.  

There there will be figures like the legendary Titanic, Star Wars figures, parts of the human body, an interactive map of Europe, figures of famous sports people, the popular mountain of the Hobbit or important history events like the landing on the moon.

Besides these models there will also be some activities and an area where visitors can plan with bricks of LEGO.

The entry price to this fantastic exhibition is under 10€ per person and they can be purchased in the ticket offices in Muelle Uno.

If you were planning to visit Malaga city during your next stay with us, we recommend you add this great exhibition to your things to see list.

It is very impressive to see the fantastic things that can be built using some LEGO pieces!

Beatriz Muñoz
Guest Relations

Exhibition about Japan in CAC Mijas

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At Hotel Yaramar we are aware many of you quite like art, so because of this we frequently use this blog to recommend you some of the many great exhibitions we have the fortune to have available in Costa del Sol.

Today is one of these occasions as since the 30th of November and until the 27th of February CAC Mijas is housing a very interesting exhibition called “Japan: Culture and Tradition”.

This exhibition is on display in Exhibition Room number 2 of CAC Mijas and its purpose is to celebrate the 150th anniversary of diplomatic relationships between Spain and Japan.

In CAC Mijas now, you can see many beautiful engravings in rice paper from the 19th Century by some of Japan’s most famous artists.

These works show Japanese everyday life scenes and several characters like emperors, samurais and geishas.

Apart from the engravings there is also a crystal urn with a “kabuto”, which is a type of helmet used by ancient Japanese warrior, as well as a “katana”.

As we have said in previous blogs when we have recommended CAC Mijas, this museum is in the centre of Mijas Pueblo, in calle Malaga, and it is open Monday to Saturday from 10 P.M to 6 P.M.

CAC Mijas is a very popular museum in Costa del Sol. Its regular entry price to access all facilities of the museum is 3 euros, and the price for groups and over 65s is only 2 euros.

If you are planning to visit Mijas soon we recommend you visit this interesting exhibition about the Empire of the Rising Sun!

Beatriz Muñoz
Guest Relations

Nativity Scenes in Fuengirola

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Christmas is finally here, and because of this today on the blog of Hotel Yaramar, your hotel in Fuengirola, we have a very special and Christmassy recommendation.

For the second year in a row the Fuengirola Council has organised an adorable exhibition that includes Nativity scenes made by children from 12 local schools using recycled materials.

The exhibition called “My School Nativity Scene 2“is free to visit from Tuesday to Sunday till the 13th of January, and it is on display in Museo Ciudad de Fuengirola.

In Museo Ciudad de Fuengirola, besides seeing the fun nativity scenes created by children, you will also be able to enjoy a small exhibition that contains different nativity scenes owned by doctor Jose Manuel Garcia Verdugo.

If you are a big fan of Nativity scenes, once you visit Museo Ciudad de Fuengirola, we recommend you go to Plaza de Los Reyes Catolicos, as this is where Fuengirola’s official Nativity Scene is placed for the third year in a row.

Fuengirola’s official nativity scene is in the middle of the square inside a big glass box, so it can be visited any day at any time.

We hope you enjoy Christmas in Fuengirola!

Beatriz Muñoz
Guest Relations