andalucia technology park

The Andalucía

Technology Park



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Over three-hundred days of sunshine a year covered by 185 kilometers of coastline and located in southern Europe, Malaga is a city to dream.

Thirteen (13) kilometers from the city center is the Parque Tecnológico de Andalucía where large multinationals have installed some of their offices to work globally.

Entrepreneurs, corporations and research centers form a business network of more than six-hundred (600) companies with an annual turnover exceeding €1.6 trillion.

The Parque Tecnológico de Andalucía, located about two hours away from Madrid by high-speed train and fifteen (15) minutes from the Costa del Sol International Airport.

Furthermore, the technology park offers high quality infrastructure and services such as bilingual schools, daycare centers, hotels, restaurants and a full sports center.

The Malaga University has taken a key role in boosting entrepreneurial culture and talent creation.

Activities and programs focus on training and development of entrepreneurs take place in the surroundings of the Green Ray, with the support of the PTA and the university.

The Parque Tecnologico de Andalucía is the place for global companies.

And you?

Where would you like to work?


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1. In the video, this region is a great place to live. True or false? What makes Malaga in Andalucia an ideal place to live?

2. Is the Technology Park in a district of Malaga, near the center?

3. There are a few very large companies. Is this right or wrong?

4. Is the Park isolated or easy to access? Does it partner and work with foreign companies and organizations?

5. Can families live here, or is it only for single, young people?

6. Do they collaborate and work together with the Malaga University?

7. Was this a mini-documentary, an advertisement, promotional video or all of the above? What is the main message?


A. Is there a technology hub, center or district in your city? Are there “Silicon Valleys” in your country?

B. There are many multinational tech companies in my country. Yes or no?

C. Do many foreign tech workers live and work in your city? Do many locals live and work elsewhere?

D. There is close collaboration and cooperation between universities and tech industries. Yes or no?

E. My friends and I would like to work in Silicon Valley or other high-tech center. Is this true or false?

F. What will happen in the future?

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