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Málaga: 3-Hour Complete Walking Tour with Tickets

1. Málaga: 3-Hour Complete Walking Tour with Tickets

Enjoy a guided 3-hour walk around Málaga, beginning at Plaza de la Merced, one of the city’s most important squares. You’ll see the statue of Picasso, and hear about the origins of the city. Continue your walk to the most emblematic sites, including Plaza de la Constitución, Calle Lario, and La Plaza del Obispo. Enter the Cathedral, also known as La Manquita. Your guide will show you a number of picturesque locations, and you’ll stop to enjoy one of Málaga’s typical wines. The last stop is a visit to the Teatro Romano and the Alcazaba, where you'll have panoramic views from inside the monument.

Malaga: 1.5-Hour Walking Tour

2. Malaga: 1.5-Hour Walking Tour

In just 1.5 hours, discover the main sights of the historic center of Málaga. Begin with the cathedral, later finishing in front of the Roman Theatre. Throughout your experience, travel around Malaga with a local guide whilst discovering the main monuments of the city and learning its history, tradition, and curiosities. Learn about the cathedral, Calle Larios, Constitution Square, Picasso, the Roman Theatre, and the Alcazaba. Traveling further, visit the main market of the city: the Atarazanas Market. Whilst there take a short break inside, allowing you to discover some of its local products.

Málaga: Alcazaba, Cathedral, and Roman Theater Guided Tour

3. Málaga: Alcazaba, Cathedral, and Roman Theater Guided Tour

Get to know the best places in the city in depth on this guided Malaga tour with tickets to the main attractions. Start the tour in the Plaza de la Marina, one of the central points in the city. Here, depending on the time, enjoy one of the many food fairs that are held there throughout the year. Then, walk along the great Calle Larios, the main artery of Malaga with your guide. Next, visit the Plaza de la Constitución, home to many events and the Malaga Fair. Here you'll take a detour to see one of the greatest treasures: the Cathedral of Malaga. Known worldwide, the Cathedral is one of the most beautiful buildings on the tour. Find out lots of interesting facts including why it's called La Manquita. Continue to Plaza del Obispo and visit Antonio Banderas' favorite place to eat, El Pimpi. Enjoy a good Malaga wine and delicious fish. Right next to El Pimpi is the iconic Roman Theater and the Alcazaba of Malaga, which served as a protective wall of the city. Make your way to Malaga City Hall, and along the way walk through the tree-lined avenue Paseo del Parque. To finish the tour, there is no better place than Pier 1, the new open-air shopping center that offers enviable views of the city.

Malaga: 3-Hour Private Customizable Walking Tour

4. Malaga: 3-Hour Private Customizable Walking Tour

Create your dream tour of Malaga with a customizable private guided tour. You could choose to discover the charm of the city center and old town with your knowledgable guide. Discover the mix of Roman, Arabic and Christian architecture and learn about how the city has evolved over the years. Visit the famous monuments, including the Roman theater and Alcazaba and discover why the Cathedral of Malaga is called the One-Armed Lady. Alternatively, you could head out into nature and discover panoramic views of the city from a scenic viewpoint. During your hike, learn about the Moorish times in Malaga and discover exotic plants in the Subtropical park.  Another option is to explore some of the city's many museums. Learn about Spanish painters, history, flamenco, and, of course, the most famous malagueño - Picasso. There is a museum for everyone's interests, so take advantage and learn something new. You could also choose to focus your tour on the port area and learn more about the Andalusian lifestyle. Visit a famous lighthouse, Malagueta beach and see how the locals cook seafood.

Malaga: Private Tour With Local Guide

5. Malaga: Private Tour With Local Guide

Founded by the Phoenicians around 770 B.C., Málaga is one of the oldest cities in the world. It has been inhabited by a large number of civilizations, such as the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Visigoths, Muslims and Christians.   Your local guide will pick you up at a meeting point of your choice in the city center. From there begin the guided tour through Málaga exploring the most important monuments and attractions of the historic city center. Start at the main market so that you can experience the most lively part of the city firsthand, while your guide tells you about the cuisine and typical local products. From there, enter the old town, walking through the most important streets and squares such as Calle Larios and Plaza de la Constitución. While walking around Málaga,  discover stories, interesting facts and legends of the city from your local guide. The guide will take you to the most important monuments of the city such as the cathedral, the Muslim fortresses (Alcazaba and Gibralfaro), the Roman theater, the Picasso museum and much more.  The tour will finish at Plaza de la Merced, next to Picasso’s childhood home; a perfect place to taste the local food and cuisine in Málaga along with its famous tapas.

Málaga: Highlights and Sunset Guided Private Tour

6. Málaga: Highlights and Sunset Guided Private Tour

Begin at Plaza de la Constitución and the famous Calle Larios. Continue to the Cathedral, Roman Theatre and Alcazaba, then the gorgeous subtropical park of Paseo del Parque, just by the new Port of Malaga. Walk along the Moorish narrow streets in the Old Town, and discover famous monuments and local's favourite hidden corners. Learn about the fascinating history of the city, which dates back over 3000 years. You will discover the story behind "La Farola", the Málaga Lighthouse located in La Malagueta Beach. Learn why grilled sardines or espetos are so important in the gastronomy of Costa del Sol. After this, start a short hike on a paved path up to the highest viewpoint in Malaga. Your guide will show you the remains of the Old Moorish Fortress Wall on the way up, and will tell you how life in Malaga changed after the Christian reconquest. When you get to the top and reach the viewpoint, be amazed by the breathtaking views of Malaga Bay. Relax. admire the beautiful sunset, and take some beautiful photos. Return to the City Center and your guide will give you some useful tips and advice to get the most out of your stay in the city.

Malaga: 1.5-Hour Small Group Walking Tour

7. Malaga: 1.5-Hour Small Group Walking Tour

Discover first the archeological site, the Roman theater commissioned by the emperor Julius Cesar August, the Alcazaba with 2 Arab palaces inside, and Gibralfaro castle. Hear about the castle from your guide, and learn how it was used to control and keep an eye on the whole city of Malaga. Then stroll along Alcazabilla Street, listening to stories, legends and important facts about the town, until you reach the birthplace of Pablo Ruiz Picasso. Discover his playground, the church he was baptized in, and Picasso’s museum, home to a large collection of his works. Enjoy the sights of the Cathedral and learn about its construction and main artistic heritage. Finish the tour passing by Constitution Square and Larios Street, as your local guide shares the history of this commercial street and the importance of Marquis of Larios in the Malaga contemporary history.

Málaga: Private Personalized Walking Tour

8. Málaga: Private Personalized Walking Tour

Get to know all the best bits of Malaga on a personalized walking tour. Choose what you want to see and enjoy hotel pickup and drop-off. Itinerary You can choose to see the city's many places of interest: the cathedral, Plaza de la Constitución, the Picasso Birthplace Museum, the ancient remains of the Roman Theatre, the Moorish Alcazaba, the statue of Hans Christian Andersen... You'll also get to see the Costa del Sol's most symbolic sights, like the Calle Larios shopping street and the Plaza de la Marina. Choose the itinerary that suits you the best, or follow our recommended itinerary and adapt it to your tastes. Your guide can also recommend the best places in Malaga for tapas and where to enjoy a good show. Your private tour will finish at your hotel, in the center of Malaga, or elsewhere that you've chosen. Hotel pick up The guide can come to your hotel to pick you up (provided it is central) or alternatively you can meet in another place that suits you. If you wish to follow the recommended itinerary, the best place to start the tour is the Plaza de la Marina, next to the tourist information point. Important information This tour does not include entrance to museums and monuments. If you wish to visit a particular site, please make your guide aware so that payment for entry can be arranged.

Malaga: Walking Tour For Seniors

9. Malaga: Walking Tour For Seniors

Get ready to discover many new corners of Malaga, each with their own story. Malaga’s city sights will surely win your heart over with beautiful buildings, stunning views and plentiful photo opportunities. See the birthplace of renowned personalities such as Pablo Picasso and Antonio Banderas, and explore a lavish range of wonderful landmarks. Which church is called ‘La Manquita’? Is it possible to enter to Alcazaba Fortress and Gibralfaro Castle? Why does Malaga have a Roman Theatre? Is the winter cold in Malaga? These questions and more will be answered during the tour. Experience Malaga from a different perspective with a walk designed for your abilities, as a local charismatic guide reveals interesting facts about the city.

From Motril Port: Private Tour and Shore Excursion in Malaga

10. From Motril Port: Private Tour and Shore Excursion in Malaga

Receive private pickup in Motril and drive to Malaga without the hassle of busses and rideshares. Explore Malaga with a three-hour guided walking tour. Visit the old quarters, hear the history, and learn the culture. Customize the tour to your preferences, and stroll around on your own afterward. Enjoy a coastal drive and walk the city of Malaga. Wander through the many small streets and view the unique bars, restaurants, and shops. Hear about the ancient history of the city, from the Carthaginians, Romans, and Moors, to the Christians. Visit amazing sites such as the Alcazaba, Plaza de la Merced, Malaga Cathedral, and the Roman theater. Customize your tour to enter into monuments, museums, and enjoy a wine and tapas tasting at an additional cost. Spend some time on your own at the end. Explore, shop, and dine before returning back to Motril Port.

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4.7 / 5

based on 84 reviews

The tour was very thorough and I learned so much! I really appreciated that the guide, Rocío, not only knew many historical facts about the city and sites but was very passionate about the history and had an answer for every question. I highly recommend this tour to anyone coming to Málaga. ¡La gira fue muy completa y aprendí mucho! Realmente aprecié que la guía, Rocío, no solo supiera muchos hechos históricos sobre la ciudad y los sitios, sino que fuera muy apasionada por la historia y tuviera una respuesta para cada pregunta. Recomiendo encarecidamente este tour a cualquiera que venga a Málaga.

Maria's knowledge and passion for Málaga is present in the way she takes you on a journey of architecture, history, and the story of this amazing city! I loved every moment!

La nuestra guia, Maria was muy amable y sabia muchas cosas, nos ha entratenido bien .simpatica.

Very interesting visit to have an overview of Malaga.

Super guides and detailed explanations. Thank you.