Feel the beauty of the Cathedral of Malaga, an imposing temple where mastery and perfection come together, as a reflection of the splendor of an era.
Things to do Cathedral of Málaga Tour with tickets
Book now this Guided Tour of Malaga Cathedral and discover one of the symbols of the city.
Starting from Calle Alcazabilla, we will head towards Calle Santa María, where we will contemplate the details of the façade of the Church of the Sagrario, the only example of Gothic architecture in the city and the predecessor of our Cathedral. Did you know that the Cathedral of Malaga still preserves the remains of its Aljama Mosque?
Once inside Malaga Cathedral, we will get to know the historical and artistic details of this jewel of the Andalusian Renaissance, popularly known by the people of Malaga as "La Manquita". We will start the visit at the Main Altar, and we will continue touring the most outstanding chapels of the temple.
Finally, we will finish the Malaga Cathedral Tour admiring in detail the Choir Stalls, work of the sculptor Pedro de Mena. This Spanish Baroque jewel will not leave you indifferent with its mastery and perfection.
Highlights to see in Cathedral of Málaga Tour with tickets
Cathedral of Málaga
Guide in Spanish and English
adulto: 10.00 €
From 6 to 12 yrs old: 5.00 €
Availability and starting time
When to book?
You can reserve up to before the activity
Cancel free up to 1 day before the activity and receive a full refund.
Official tour guide
Tickets to the Cathedral
The guide will be holding an ORANGE umbrella next to Interpretation Centre of the Roman Theatre of Málaga.
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Super safe route! COVID-19 efforts
Our route takes the recommendations and key considerations of security and protection against Coronavirus.
Is the interior of the monuments visited?
Exterior and interior of most named sites
Is the tour adapted for people with reduced mobility?