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Try something new for Valentine’s Day

Try something new for Valentine’s Day!

Valentine’s Day is a special time to celebrate love, romance and friendship. Many people celebrate this day by showing appreciation for the people they love or adore, giving typical gifts like greeting cards, chocolates or roses… So why not ditch the flowers and instead opt for an alternative gift for this romantic day? Picking non-traditional gifts will surely surprise your sweetheart, and this will be the perfect moment to show how much you care.

Here are some ideas for unusual gifts:

Gift card massage for two at Nabua Thai: A quality selection of therapeutic massages from around the world, in Guadalmina Commercial Centre.

A city break in Prague: Prague is the new Paris, a perfect city for a short break. All the sites are relatively close together, as it’s a small, cosy city, giving you the opportunity to see the amazing architecture Prague has to offer.

Jazz night in Málaga: The Clarence Jazz Club is located in the heart of Málaga city, in the historic centre at the foot of the cathedral. It has a New York style décor, and jazz concerts are given every week by national and international artists.

Theatre in Madrid: Hop on the AVE, the direct train from Málaga to the capital city of Madrid, and in just two and half hours you can be enjoying many of the long running shows like Les Misèrables, until the 24th of February. Or the recently premiered musical, The Addams Family, showing until the 8th of April.

Roman baths in the five-star Thermas Hotel: Spend time in the renowned mineral-medicinal thermal pools, then eat your heart out at the famous but down to earth picturesque restaurant Casa Pepa (her own home), with its hearty home-cooked meals. No need to understand the menu as it is just whatever Pepa fancies cooking each day! Best book a table to avoid queuing.

-Pamela Sauca-