Malaga Free Walking Tour

Malaga Free Walking Tour, every single day of the year, rain, hail or shine.

Meet us at 12 am (noon) sharp in front of Costa Coffee in Plaza Constitucion.

Finally, some of the highlights of the Malaga Free Walking Tour include:

A look around the lively Plaza de la Merced, including the ancient ruins (roman & moorish), a look at the Botanic Gardens (from the outside) and the end of Calle Larios, the famous walking street.

A stroll down the streets of Alcazabilla and the Roman Theatre

Pablo Picasso, the artistic father of Malaga

Alcazaba and Gibralfaro, the spectacular strongholds, with excellent examples of Moorish Architecture.

Muelle 1, the wonderful and colourful harbour, where Malagueños and visitors alike gather to sip cold beers, have tapas and enjoy the sea air.

Also Plaza Constitucion, a symbol of Malaga’s fight against the dictatorship and home of the Italian fountain.

Especially relevant The Cathedral, la Manquita, one of the features of the Golden Age, and an example of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture.

In conclusion keep in mind that all our guides have their own favourite stories, routes and experiences to share, so the exact route and sights may vary slightly from day to day.

So why not join our two hour tour around the heart of Malaga? A tour with fairy tales of queens and caliphs, devastating battles, courageous Spanish warriors, politics and power struggles!!

We will see the famous city landmarks and hear about why the Spanish are the most easy going and proud people in the World!

We might even show you some of the best kept secrets to get a local caña and tapas.

Punto de encuentro
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Como encontrarme: In front of the Costa coffee with a blue shirt.
Idiomas de tour y horario:
  • Gb Inglés | Domingo, Lunes, Martes, Miércoles, Jueves, Viernes, Sábado | 12:00

Opiniones (1)



7 días atrás

Great guy, great stories.

good way to present citys history in a simple way demonstrating with maps and picktures, that way keeping the focus of the tour in people, stories and places.

very good!"