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20:03

What to do

Malaga starts opening up for art, music and culture again

Denise Bush

...https://www.metmuseum.org/art/online-features/met-360-project The British Museum The world’s largest indoor space on Google Street View is the British Museum in London. Visit over 60 galleries, see the Rosetta stone, Old Master paintings and amazing textiles from around the South Pacific as well ... of 2020’s BMW Tate Live Exhibition: Our Bodies, Our Archives when it was cancelled. Linyekula worked with the collaborators to create a site-specific piece performed to camera. https://www.tate.org.uk/ Secret London Greenwich Painted Hall An ... online tour of one of London’s hidden art treasures. The stunning Painted Hall only re-opened last March and can now be toured online at https://secretldn.com/online-tour-painted-hall/ it is a baroque masterpiece and offers a chance to view the ceiling

11:35

National

Ryanair selling tickets for "flights that might not happen"

EFE

Michael O'Leary, chief of budget airline Ryanair warned on Thursday that should the UK leave the EU without an agreement in place, it would cause "chaos". "We're selling tickets for flights between the UK and Europe that may not even happen," he sa

16:38

LifeStyle

London's view of Picasso through paper

ÍÑIGO GURRUCHAGA

The Royal Academy of Arts in London is about to open the most complete exhibition ever to have been organised about Pablo Picasso's use of paper. There are more than 300 works, most of them on loan from the Paris museum dedicated to the Malaga-born ... is part of a major tourism and cultural campaign organised by Malaga in London this week in synergy with the prestigious Royal Academy of Arts. The signing of the agreement was attended by the CEO of Turismo Costa del Sol, Margarita del Cid; the

17:38

Local

Rincón skate park named after London terrorist attack hero

Eugenio Cabezas

A new skate park in the Huerta Julián park in Rincón de la Victoria, which was officially opened last Saturday, has been named after Ignacio Echeverría, the 39-year-old Spanish man who lost his life during the London Bridge terrorist attack on 3

12:24

National

Britons told to learn Spanish post Brexit

SUR.

A report by the UK's influential British Council educational charity has concluded that the best foreign language for Britons to learn post Brexit is Spanish. It says that the British need to be encouraged to learn more languages and ranks the mos

14:30

Opinion

A vital trip to London

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

The World Travel Market in London has always been an important event for the tourism industry in Malaga and Andalucía. This year's fair, however, which starts next Monday 4 November, will be vital. Out of all the international visitors to ... will be heading the delegation, and they will have to be ready to face the challenge ahead. The Andalusian tourism industry has a lot riding on the fair next week in London, and no one can ignore this unquestionable reality, especially not the

15:04

Local

Airlines include the Costa del Sol on their new summer schedules

PILAR MARTÍNEZ

Leeds-Bradford, Manchester, Newcastle, Birmingham, London Stansted, East Midlands, Belfast, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Margarita del Cid, CEO of Turismo Costa del Sol said this week that the number of internet searches for flights to the Costa del Sol had increased

11:51

Local

Celebrating tourism in style in London

Rachel Haynes

...the acting Spanish minister for Tourism, Reyes Maroto, and the president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno, was held at The Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn in central London. Group photo after the dinner.S. SALAS Among the guests were the

17:10

LifeStyle

22 May 1940: Gibraltar is evacuated in the Second World War

Debbie Bartlett

German U-boats, on a 16-day journey from hell to the UK in unhygienic conditions in which several elderly people died. The Gibraltarians ended up in London during the blitz, and about 13,000 of them lived there for the remaining years of the war. When ... the war was over, due to lack of accommodation and medical facilities, the Gibraltar authorities had to stagger the repatriation of the people, and it took until 1951 to bring them all home. Many Gibraltarians in London were moved to Northern Ireland