Private Tour: Half-Day History and Culture in Malaga

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Discover Malaga with this unique excursion to discover the essence of our city in 6 hours. In this experience, in addition to visiting the most emblematic monuments with a local guide, you will have the opportunity to taste a local breakfast and the most traditional tapas of the region. This private tour is limited to a maximum of 15 people per booking. The minimum drinking age is 18. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

The visit to Malaga starts with a walk around all the main attractions of the city like the main food market of the city (atarazanas), the San Juan church or the church of the Sagrado Corazón (Sacred Heart). To start a great day we need a good breakfast, get ready for our iconic churros with chocolate, a sandwich and a coffee, etc.

Then you will enter the core of Malaga, in the most famous areas like Constitution Square or Larios Street you walk slowly towards the unique and authentic Cathedral of Malaga, admiring the surroundings and the Cathedral itself.

The next stop will be a Malaga wine tasting in the city's symbolic winery, as an aperitif. Soon after, you will have lunch: try a wide variety of traditional tapas in one of the city's most emblematic restaurants. Get to know the gastronomy by trying the specialties of Malaga.

After lunch, you will resume the walk, visiting the oldest visible building in Malaga, the theater from the XNUMXst century BC. AD, a treasure that belongs to the immense Roman heritage of Andalusia.

You will end the itinerary by visiting the Alcazaba, a thousand-year-old Muslim fortress, and the guide will explain to you why the invasion of 711 BC. AD was so important for the history of the country and what is the legacy that Muslims have left in almost eight centuries of history.

Please let us know if you have any special requests, the provider tries to be very flexible in adapting the excursions to your needs.

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