Tour Málaga al completo con entrada

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Full Malaga Tour with ticket


What is the experience?
Do you want to know the most important monuments of Málaga? This complete tour of the city begins in Plaza de la Marina, where you will learn about the role of the famous Malaga ashtray. After that, the first monuments you will visit will be the emblems of the city: the Roman Theatre and the Alcazaba, one of the few places in the world where Roman remains from the 1st century are mixed with an Arab fortress from the 11th century.

Malaga, was one of the most important cities of the Nasrid Kingdom: it was the main port of the country and in its Alcazaba you can see a small Alhambra. The panoramic views will leave you breathless, since we will be able to contemplate almost the totality of the city.

We will continue to the Plaza de la Merced, where the artist Picasso will be waiting for us sitting on a bench. We will walk through famous streets of the city center, such as the popular Calle Larios.

Finally, the best way to finish, is with the Cathedral, or as it is known in Malaga: the Manquita.

Do not miss the complete tour of the city with all the tickets included, book now!



Itinerary
• Plaza de la Marina
• Teatro romano.
• Alcazaba.
• Plaza de la Merced y Monumento a Torrijos.
• Casa-museo Picasso.
• Calle Larios.
• Plaza de la Constitución.
• Plaza del Obispo.
• Catedral.
 
Includes
  • Tickets for the Alcazaba, Roman Theatre and Cathedral.
  • Personal wireless audio guide system.
  • Official tourist guide.
 
More information
  • Recommendations
    Wear comfortable shoes and water.
  • The Alcazaba is not accessible by baby carriage
  • No age limit.
  • Maximum of 19 people.
  • The activity is carried out in Spanish and English.
 
Where and at what time is the collection done:
 Plaza de la Marina, next to the tourist information point.

Timetable: Monday to Saturday, 10.30 am