ESB Professional/shutterstock Barcelona and Madrid have long enjoyed time in the limelight, but now Malaga is finally having its moment. Bookings are up 164 percent over last year, according to American Express Travel data. This seaside city on Spain’s southern coast scores points for its diverse architecture—Baroque-style cathedrals, Roman monuments, and Moorish citadels—Mediterranean cuisine, and authentic Andalucian feel. Of course, you can’t talk about Málaga without mentioning its prodigal son, Pablo Picasso, nor the museum dedicated to his work, Museo Picasso Málaga. Before you go, here are the Spanish phrases you need to know.