ᐅ Complete Malaga Tour | Monumental Malaga Guided Tour

37€32€

  • Guided visit
  • Free cancellation
  • Guided visit
  • Free cancellation
Description

The Complete tour of Malaga

Malaga is a city full of history, a reference city of the Nazari world, with its own culture and traditions. It is a city that has much to offer, many places to visit and many corners to discover. If you don't know where to start and you want to learn more about all that the city of Malaga has to teach, this is for you.

With this complete tour of Malaga we will visit all the most important points of the city. Discover all the history of the city, learn its legends and admire its streets thanks to our guide. In addition, visit the main monuments of the city: the Cathedral, the Alcazaba and the Roman Theater.

The Cathedral of Malaga, known as Manquita and one of the great treasures of Malaga. It is the highest cathedral of the region, from the Renaissance period. Discover why it is called Manquita and all the history and art that is contained in this Andalusian Renaissance jewel.

The Alcazaba of Malaga, this ancient Muslim fortress is one of the emblematic points of the city. With military character, this fortress was built between 1057 and 1063, at the base of Mount Gibralfaro. With one of the best views of the entire city, the Alcazaba will leave you open-mouthed

If that were not enough, in addition to vestiges of the Muslim and Renaissance periods, in Malaga we also find vestiges of Roman culture. Visit the Roman Theater, one of the the Roman Hispania symbol. Built in the 1st century, you can still see the bleachers and part of the orchestra, in addition, the stage has been reproduced to emulate the original.

Walk through the streets of this city, marked by the presence of these three cultures, which have left their mark here. Learn how they lived and how they have influenced the culture and tradition of the people of Malaga.

Itinerary of the Complete Malaga Tour: Cathedral, Alcazaba and Roman Theater

In this tour you will visit the most important points of the city. We will start the tour at the Plaza de la Marina. From there we will go through one of the most emblematic streets of Malaga, Calle Larios.

The first monument we will visit will be the Cathedral, discover why it is called the Manquita and learn about its history and construction. From there we will go to the Roman Theater, where plays are still performed today.

After visiting these two emblematic points of the city, we will visit the Picasso's House Museum, to see where one of the most famous figures of Spain was born. In addition, we will visit one of the wineries in Malaga where you can eat the best "pescaito frito" (fried fish), El pimpi.

We will go up to the Alcazaba to enjoy one of the best views of the whole city and we will finish our tour at the city hall and the Paseo del Parque, an avenue full of trees, perfect for strolling and relaxing.

Free walking tour Málaga: Guided tours schedules

 

The tour starts at 10 am, every day. It lasts between 3 and 4 hours, but you won't even notice it. The time will pass very quickly and you will enjoy touring this city and discovering all the secrets it hides

Malaga Free Tour

Private Tour
If you prefer a tailor-made tour or if you are a large group, it is also possible to book a private tour.

Prices

Precios

Includes

Incluye

Meeting point

Meeting point

Plaza de la Marina

How to get there

How to get there

From the train or bus station:
This point is just 20 minutes walk from the bus station of Malaga and about 10 minutes with bus lines 5, 9 or 10. The Malaga train station is next to the bus station, so the route and bus lines are the same.

By car. Closest parking:
-Central Parking, in the same square
-Parking Alemania, on Alameda Colón street, just 8 minutes walking distance
. -Parking Park Ground, also 8 minutes away
-Parking Muelle Uno, at the pier

Description

The Complete tour of Malaga

Malaga is a city full of history, a reference city of the Nazari world, with its own culture and traditions. It is a city that has much to offer, many places to visit and many corners to discover. If you don't know where to start and you want to learn more about all that the city of Malaga has to teach, this is for you.

With this complete tour of Malaga we will visit all the most important points of the city. Discover all the history of the city, learn its legends and admire its streets thanks to our guide. In addition, visit the main monuments of the city: the Cathedral, the Alcazaba and the Roman Theater.

The Cathedral of Malaga, known as Manquita and one of the great treasures of Malaga. It is the highest cathedral of the region, from the Renaissance period. Discover why it is called Manquita and all the history and art that is contained in this Andalusian Renaissance jewel.

The Alcazaba of Malaga, this ancient Muslim fortress is one of the emblematic points of the city. With military character, this fortress was built between 1057 and 1063, at the base of Mount Gibralfaro. With one of the best views of the entire city, the Alcazaba will leave you open-mouthed

If that were not enough, in addition to vestiges of the Muslim and Renaissance periods, in Malaga we also find vestiges of Roman culture. Visit the Roman Theater, one of the the Roman Hispania symbol. Built in the 1st century, you can still see the bleachers and part of the orchestra, in addition, the stage has been reproduced to emulate the original.

Walk through the streets of this city, marked by the presence of these three cultures, which have left their mark here. Learn how they lived and how they have influenced the culture and tradition of the people of Malaga.

Itinerary of the Complete Malaga Tour: Cathedral, Alcazaba and Roman Theater

In this tour you will visit the most important points of the city. We will start the tour at the Plaza de la Marina. From there we will go through one of the most emblematic streets of Malaga, Calle Larios.

The first monument we will visit will be the Cathedral, discover why it is called the Manquita and learn about its history and construction. From there we will go to the Roman Theater, where plays are still performed today.

After visiting these two emblematic points of the city, we will visit the Picasso's House Museum, to see where one of the most famous figures of Spain was born. In addition, we will visit one of the wineries in Malaga where you can eat the best "pescaito frito" (fried fish), El pimpi.

We will go up to the Alcazaba to enjoy one of the best views of the whole city and we will finish our tour at the city hall and the Paseo del Parque, an avenue full of trees, perfect for strolling and relaxing.

Free walking tour Málaga: Guided tours schedules

 

The tour starts at 10 am, every day. It lasts between 3 and 4 hours, but you won't even notice it. The time will pass very quickly and you will enjoy touring this city and discovering all the secrets it hides

Malaga Free Tour

Private Tour
If you prefer a tailor-made tour or if you are a large group, it is also possible to book a private tour.

Prices

Precios

Includes

Incluye

Meeting point

Meeting point

Plaza de la Marina

How to get there

How to get there

From the train or bus station:
This point is just 20 minutes walk from the bus station of Malaga and about 10 minutes with bus lines 5, 9 or 10. The Malaga train station is next to the bus station, so the route and bus lines are the same.

By car. Closest parking:
-Central Parking, in the same square
-Parking Alemania, on Alameda Colón street, just 8 minutes walking distance
. -Parking Park Ground, also 8 minutes away
-Parking Muelle Uno, at the pier

 
 
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