• Tour code: 25359P2
  • Location: Málaga, Spain
  • Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes (approx.)

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Get to know Malaga’s foods, history and culture in one morning on a 3.5-hour culinary and city walking tour. Learn about the city’s past and cuisine while strolling by famous landmarks and hidden sights, and enjoy more than 12 food tastings. Devour a traditional Spanish breakfast, visit Atarazanas market, and sample delicacies such as Iberian ham, cheeses, tapas and regional wines. All food and wine tastings included.

Highlights

  • 3.5-hour Malaga food and culture tour
  • Discover Malaga's cuisine and local streets on a walking tour
  • Enjoy more than 12 tastings, including a traditional breakfast and enough for lunch
  • Visit Atarazanas Market and sample specialities such as Iberian ham
  • Sample regional wines and visit a tapas bar to savor traditional tapas
  • Small group of 10 people or fewer
  • All food and wine tastings included

What You Can Expect

Malaga Food and Culture Walking Tour Including Wine Tastings and Market Visit

Market Tour Malaga

Meet your guide in central Malaga and head for a landmark café for a traditional Spanish breakfast.

Then, duly refreshed, delve into the elegant streets to experience the city’s culinary staples and secrets. On route, pass some of Malaga’s top sights and discover hidden plazas and alleyways, building a rounded picture of the city as you walk between food stops.

Head inside Atarazanas Market, one of Spain’s most beautiful indoor markets. Peruse the colorful stalls with your guide, learn about the different foodstuffs, and visit the most interesting stands for tastings. Sample delicacies such as cheeses, cured meats and silky Iberian ham, and chat to some of the vendors to learn about their products.

Taste Malaga’s beloved sweet wine as you learn how the region is one the world’s oldest wine producing areas; and visit a charming wine shop to sample some of the city’s newer, drier varieties.

Then, visit a traditional tapas bar to investigate Spain’s passion for these bite-sized dishes. Learn all about local tapas etiquette, and savor some specialities with a local beer or wine.

Finish by satisfying your lunchtime sugar cravings with a delicious dessert — the perfect, filling finale. Your experience then concludes back at the starting point.

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