This weekend, follow the signs to “La Feria de los Pueblos y las Ciudades de Málaga”, your ticket to see and even try out some local flavours. Venue: the Palacio de Ferias y Congresos, the large exhibition building right off the highway in Malaga, near the intersection of the A-7 ring road and the Cartama highway. Entrance is free, and you’ll get a glimpse of the small-town life from around the Malaga province, including booths about bullfighting, flamenco and plenty of food samples. From the 180+ exhibitors, you’ll see typical olive oils, wines, cheeses, sausages and even more unique malagueño items like sweet wine, almond cakes, fig bread, raisins, olives and lard-cooked pork… and most of these you can try out! The fair opened on Thursday and continues until Sunday – open from 11am-8:30pm – and of course you can also use this chance to purchase these items and more. Besides the cultural, they’ve also made an effort to bring in a wider audience with offerings for youngin’s: a stand for playing Wii, a comic strip/book workshop, and a number of theatre and juggling acts. Nothing to lose, come check it out!