This small-group tour is limited to 10 people, ensuring you’ll receive special attention from your guide.
- Enjoy a Segway tour of Malaga with an expert local guide
- See the grand (but famously unfinished) Malaga Cathedral, plus top city attractions like the Alcazaba citadel
- Learn about Picasso’s life in the town and see Museo Picasso as well as the artist’s birthplace
- Upgrade to a 2-hour Segway tour and visit Castillo de Gibralfaro and Malaga Promenade
- Small-group tour with a maximum of 10 people ensures personalized attention from your guide
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What You Can Expect
Glide through Constitution Square (Plaza Mayor), passing its bustling sidewalk cafes where Malagueños spill out onto the pavements. Hear of the square’s 15th-century history, and then continue to pedestrianized Larios Street where the city’s swanky shops are found. Pose for photos in front of Larios Monument -- an ornate 19th-century statue of Manuel Domingo Larios (the man who spearheaded Malaga’s urban development).
See Museo Picasso with its pretty whitewashed façade, and then Picasso’s birthplace, while hearing tales and trivia about the man himself. Malaga oozes with arty history, and your guide will point out other notable highlights like Carmen Thyseen Museum, a gallery that showcases modern Spanish art inside Villalón Palace – a magnificent 16th-century building.
Pass the famously lopsided-looking Malaga Cathedral, and then work your way through the side streets to hit Malaga Alcazaba – the city’s most important Moorish landmark. Considered one of the best-preserved Arab citadels in Spain, this palatial fortress was built on the grounds of a Roman town overlooking the city center. Soak up the views and see the recently excavated Roman amphitheater, just next to it.
If you’re eager to see more and stay out on your Segway for longer, then upgrade to the 2-hour tour! After a short break, you’ll continue to Castillo de Gibralfaro to marvel at its castle ramparts and enjoy the finest views in the city! Glide back down into town and saunter along Malaga Promenade (Palmeral de las Sorpressas), admiring its neat little gardens that separate the town from the seafront.
Both the 1-hour tour and 2-tour finish at the start point.