- Malaga city sightseeing tour
- Complimentary tapas tastings at two of the city's best restaurants!
- Commentary about Malaga's history and traditions
- See Malaga's major attractions, including Alcabaza
- Private tour with entertaining and knowledgeable local guide provides a more personalized experience
What You Can Expect
From the top of your bus, you'll see the Cathedral of Malaga, constructed between 1528 and 1782 and nicknamed La Manquita (“the One-Armed Lady”) because one of the cathedral’s two towers is unfinished. You’ll also see the Alcazaba, a well-preserved Moorish fortress built in the 11th century, and the exterior of the Picasso Museum.
Your walking tour starts with a guided visit of the interior of Gibralfaro, an ancient fortress that dates back to Phoenician times. You’ll continue walking with your guide, passing the Plaza de Toros, the Roman Theatre and the Plaza de la Merced.
After listening to your private guide’s insightful commentary, absorbing Malaga’s beauty and snapping as many photos as you can, you’ll be hungry! Your guide will lead you to two typical tapas bars to try authentic Spanish tapas. Nibble on food like Spanish omelets, sandwiches with Serrano ham and Spanish olive oil, and fresh-made chips. During the tour, your English-speaking guide will explain the traditions behind Spain's food and wine and advise you on local specialties.
This private tour of Malaga is hosted by a professional guide. Please list any special interests you have (art, architecture, history, culture) at the time of booking to alert your guide, who will then prepare for your private tour.
You will have free time to explore Malaga’s pretty plazas and lush gardens.
This private tour of Malaga is hosted by a professional guide. Please list any special interests you have (art, architecture, history, culture) at the time of booking to alert your guide, so they can prepare for your private tour.