With more than 3000 years of history, Malaga has hosted different civilizations because of its strategic location for trade routes.
Accompanied by our official guide, we will visit the city center to explore the old town and go deep into its maze of narrow streets. We will also visit the Cathedral of Malaga, considered one of the most valuable Renaissance jewels of Andalusia; the Roman Theatre, which dates back to the first century BC, and the Alcazaba, an Arab defensive fortress built in the eleventh century and one of the best preserved citadels in Spain. We will go sightseeing through the Port of Malaga and the Mirador de Gibralfaro, where you will enjoy stunning views of the city.
Malaga is the birthplace of the most important twentieth-century painter, Picasso. He was a revolutionary in his time because he co-founded the Cubist movement and for the wide variety of artistic styles that he helped explore. We can visit the Picasso Museum, which holds more than 150 master works.
We can round up the visit by enjoying the best local cuisine in the bars and restaurants of the city, which will add to our knowledge of its culture.
A tour where you will discover all the secrets
of the culture of Malaga.