One of the most exciting and interesting cities in southern Spain is Malaga. Numerous notable individuals, including Antonio Banderas and Pablo Picasso, were born there. This city offers a wide variety of breathtaking landmarks in addition to a rich historical past. With its stunning natural beauty, magnificent architecture, and vibrant culture, the city has everything it needs to captivate you. You will come across countless squares while wandering the streets of Malaga, and each one of them has a special tale to tell. Therefore, pick from one of our special Walking tours in Malaga, and get ready to experience an adventure that will enrich your life:
Highlights of Malaga (2, 5 hours): This popular walking tour starts at Plaza del Obispo and continues to the Atarazanas Market, Plaza Constitution, Larios Street, Cathedral, Roman Theatre, Alcazaba, Plaza de la Merced, Picasso Birthplace, and Santiago Church. For just 195 euros, you can take this incredible guided tour, making it the ideal choice for those on a tight budget who want to explore this lovely historic city.
Malaga and Picasso (3,5 hours): This tour departs from Plaza del Obispo and takes you to the Plaza de la Merced, the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, Santiago Church, Larios Street, Plaza Constitution, Cathedral, Alcazaba, Roman theatre, and Pimpi’s for a sweet wine tasting. This tour also covers the cost of the Malaga Picasso Museum admission as well as the services of a private tour guide and an easy-listening radio system. For those who want to experience the city’s rich history and culture up close, this straightforward walking tour is a great choice.
Malaga and Thyssen (3, 5 Hours): This tour, like the ones mentioned above, includes all of those locations in addition to the Thyssen Museum. Additionally, a private tour guide will take you to the Thyssen Museum, Cathedral, and Old Town of Malaga. Additionally, it includes a radio system for easy listening and Thyssen Museum admission costs to make your tour even more worthwhile and enjoyable.
Mijas Village (1 hour): The tourist can easily stroll through the lovely, historic village and experience what it’s like to be in a typical Andalusian neighbourhood with all the whitewashed houses. The tour starts at the main tourist information office, and you will walk from there to the donkeys, Chapel Virgen of the Rock, San Sebastian Street, House Museum, Botanic Garden, Main Church, Bull Ring, Auditorium, and Plaza de Espana.
Many other intriguing walking tour packages are available, including the Ronda Walking Tour, Marbella Old Town, Seville Highlights, Granada Alhambra, and others. Therefore, pick your preferred Malaga walking tour and make wonderful memories.
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