Free walking tours in Málaga


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Best things to do and see in Málaga

Malaga is one of the most beautiful cities in Andalusia. Located in Southern Spain on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, the original founders were the Phoenicians who established the city in the 8th Century BCE, making it one of the oldest cities in the country which is currently considered one of the top tourist destinations in Europe. 

The metropolitan area has numerous places that are essential and worth getting to know a little better with the help of a local guide who can show you the lesser-known tourist spots and tell you about the real Malagan culture and history. The pay-what-you-please walking tours in Malaga can be reserved in the morning, afternoon, or evening when you can visit the Alcazaba, or climb to the Gibralfaro Castle and later stroll in front of the Roman Theater. In addition, you should also see the Cathedral of the Incarnation, the Picasso Museum, the Automobile Museum, the Carmen Thyssen Museum, and if you can fit it in, the Atarazanas Market. There are also streets that are worth checking out in the historic center such as Calle Larios or the Chinitas Passage.

If you’d like to get to know more about the available tours and which is best for you, check out the helpful opinions and reviews about the tour and the gurus, left by other walkers who have already done the tours on our page. Their evaluations will give you some more info when it comes time to choose the best tour for your vacations in Malaga. Other cities of interest with guru walks for tourists are Cádiz, Córdoba, Seville or Almería.