A free walking tour through the historical center of Malaga with a local guide, in wich you are going to discover the soul of the city!
Malaga is the kind of city that asks you to experience it at your own pace from minute one. When you return home you will experience that tingling sensation that confirms it: yes, I'm taking a piece of Malaga with me.
The best way to get to know the city for the first time and see the most essential monuments of Malaga through a guided tour. With this walking tour we will visit the Roman theater, the historic center of Malaga, Marqués de Larios street, Picasso museum among other places of interest.
This tour is highly recommended if you do not want to miss anything. Starting from Larios street we will go deeper into the historic center while looking at the landmarks.
Explore with us a city with 2800 years of history! In this Free Tour, we'll visit the most emblematic monuments and streets in Malaga's city center.
Just for fun: this one-hour tour is perfect for those who already know the city center and want to enjoy the Segway. We visit de Park of Málaga, Calle Alcazabilla; where we find the Roman Theatre and the Alcazaba. Then we will go to the top of the mountain of Gibralfaro and after that to the new harbor of the city. Without a doubt the best way to enjoy the view of the Parador of Gibralfaro.
The best route will take you around Malaga´s major monuments and attractions and includes a guided tour of the Cathedral, the Alcazaba and the Roman Theatre.
Discover the most notable pictorial genres that characterized Spanish and Andalusian painting of the 19th and early 20th centuries thanks to the permanent collection of the Carmen Thyssen Museum, one of the most prestigious museums in the city and Spain. Tickets are included.
Discover one of the most famous painters and sculptors; the most important figure in the art world of our country. Admire the most valuable works and exhibitions created by this genius.
Two hour guided tour: in this tour we will see the historic center of the city with its main monuments, we go to the top of the mountain of Gibralfaro, also the Park of Málaga and the harbor. This is the most complete tour and the most popular one among our customers. Highly valued by tourists who are on their first day in town and want to orientate themselves.
Malaga is not only sun and beach. The city is full of history, fun and lots of art. With our free walking tour Malaga such as the Free Tour Alcazaba de Málaga and Teatro Romano, you will be able to discover how the city and the area evolved during the Roman era and you will know the deep footprint, the one left by the Arab occupation.
Join us on the incredible Free Tour Mirador and Castillo de Gibralfaro, our guides in Spanish will show you unbeatable views of the port of Malaga and Malaga capital.
Malaga is one of the largest and most important cities in southern Spain. Many celebrities were born here, those who conquered the world, such as Antonio Banderas and Pablo Picasso. Join the Private Tour Picasso Malaga and learn the history of this majestic painter.
When we walk in the Historic Center, it is inevitable to enter the magnificent Cathedral of Malaga. Malaga people just call it La Manquita.
And what to eat in Malaga? Well, the truth is that in Malaga, everyone can find something they like. For those who meat means the world, we recommend a campero from the area, as it is a typical Malaga dish. If you want to try some type of typical Malaga fish, we recommend the fried anchovies. By the way, it is good to know that the name of the people of Malaga is anchovies. So when you are listening to someone talk about the anchovies, it may be that they are talking about Malaga people and not the typical dish. Without a doubt, the best free tour Malaga are here, you can make a variety of excursions and tours in the city.
And what is the best way to end a long day in Malaga? Well, have a few beers on our Guide Tour of the Victoria Beer Factory in Malaga.
Come and meet La Bombonera with us, and enjoy the fantastic climate of the area, since in Malaga you enjoy almost 3,000 hours of sunlight a year.