By Euro Weekly News Media • 04 July 2015 • 9:01
VISITORS give Malaga City overall marks of 8.6 out of 10, and three out of four intend to come back, a new study has revealed.The Tourism Observatory report, including data from 530 interviews carried out in the first six months of this year, found that 61.2 per cent of visitors considered their stay to have been very positive while just 0.9 per cent said the experience had been a bad one.Qualities particularly valued by tourists included the attention received, citizen safety, monuments and museums, accommodation and value for money.Of those questioned, 55.1 per cent said it was their first visit to the city, while 17.5 per cent reported having been at least six times.While many said they were content to wander through the city and visit the museums and monuments, one in three said they had also been on daytrips to other areas with Marbella, Nerja, Torremolinos and Granada the favourite places for those venturing out of the city to head for.
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