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

The free tour of Malaga

Join the best Free Tour of Malaga, a millenary city where a multitude of cultures, civilizations and religions have coexisted. They have left their mark and you'll be able to enjoy them with us.

We'll start from the Plaza de la Constitución, one of the busiest points in the city and which connects with the most important street in the city, Marqués de Larios. We'll continue to the Plaza del Obispo, where we'll find the incomplete Málaga Cathedral in the South tower, known as " la Manquita" by the people of Málaga.

We will go down to the remains of the Roman theatre of the first century that was discovered in 1951. It is very close to the Alcazaba, a fortress-palace that was completed in 1026 and that along with the Alcazabas of Granada and Almería had an important military activity in the Nasrid kingdom.

We'll finish in this surroundings talking about Gibralfaro Castle, another old Muslim fortress in the city, from which you can enjoy the best views of the city


Important
For groups of 6 or more people you have to make the request for a private guided tour and we’ll assign you an exclusive guide. More information here.

Prices

Precios

Includes

Incluye

Meeting point

Meeting point

Plaza de la Constitución, 29005 Málaga. Look for the blue umbrella.

How to get there

How to get there

From the train or bus station:
·Lines: C2 and 1 and stop at the “Alameda Sur”. From this point you have to walk to the “plaza de la constitución”

By car. Closest parking:
·Parking Alcazaba, Calle Muro de Sta Ana, 4, 29015 Málaga
·Parking Granados,  Calle Granados, 3, 29008 Málaga

Description

The free tour of Malaga

Join the best Free Tour of Malaga, a millenary city where a multitude of cultures, civilizations and religions have coexisted. They have left their mark and you'll be able to enjoy them with us.

We'll start from the Plaza de la Constitución, one of the busiest points in the city and which connects with the most important street in the city, Marqués de Larios. We'll continue to the Plaza del Obispo, where we'll find the incomplete Málaga Cathedral in the South tower, known as " la Manquita" by the people of Málaga.

We will go down to the remains of the Roman theatre of the first century that was discovered in 1951. It is very close to the Alcazaba, a fortress-palace that was completed in 1026 and that along with the Alcazabas of Granada and Almería had an important military activity in the Nasrid kingdom.

We'll finish in this surroundings talking about Gibralfaro Castle, another old Muslim fortress in the city, from which you can enjoy the best views of the city


Important
For groups of 6 or more people you have to make the request for a private guided tour and we’ll assign you an exclusive guide. More information here.

Prices

Precios

Includes

Incluye

Meeting point

Meeting point

Plaza de la Constitución, 29005 Málaga. Look for the blue umbrella.

How to get there

How to get there

From the train or bus station:
·Lines: C2 and 1 and stop at the “Alameda Sur”. From this point you have to walk to the “plaza de la constitución”

By car. Closest parking:
·Parking Alcazaba, Calle Muro de Sta Ana, 4, 29015 Málaga
·Parking Granados,  Calle Granados, 3, 29008 Málaga

 
 
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