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Facade of the Cathedral of Malaga, one of the first things to see during your trip
View of the tower of the "manquita" from its roof
The Church of Santiago-Buendía tours Malaga
Although Malaga tourism has always been more related to the sun, the beach and gastronomy, in recent years the city has reinvented itself, achieving a growing interest in cultural tourism.
The tour with our guide will start at Calle Alcazabilla, so we will walk near the archaeological complex formed by the Alcazaba and the Roman Theater, two of the most important monuments of the city that you can discover on guided tours with Buendía Tours.
If we continue walking along Alcazabilla Street, we will reach the famous Plaza de la Merced. Also known as Market Square because in the 15th century the public market was located here. For the bourgeois of the late nineteenth century, La Merced was a place for leisure and fun. At present, in the center of the square there is an obelisk in honor of General Torrijos and also here is the Museo Picasso Malaga.
During our visit to the art gallery, we will be able to learn more about the life and trajectory of Pablo Picasso. The Museum preserves more than a hundred paintings by the artist so we can enjoy a journey through the work and creativity of Picasso for more than eight decades.
The next stop on our guided tour of the Cathedral and the historic center of Malaga is the Plaza de la Constitución, a leisure area for young people at any time of the year. Although if you visit the city at Easter or, in August, coinciding with the Malaga Fair, the square will be overflowing with people enjoying the celebration.
We continue walking to Calle Larios, one of the most famous streets in the city and where we find all kinds of shops, from fashion or perfume shops to an ice cream parlor. There are also some benches where you can rest for a few minutes while watching the coming and going of tourists and locals.
And finally... it's time to visit the most precious jewel of this tour: the Cathedral of Malaga! The Cathedral has its origins in 1487, with the conquest of the city by the Catholic Monarchs. After this victory, the Great Mosque became a Christian Cathedral, in the Gothic style. One of the details that the guide will explain during the visit is that the North Tower measures 87 meters, which makes it the tallest cathedral in Andalusia.
To discover more details about the history and Renaissance architecture of this unique basilica and other essential places in Malaga, enjoy our guided tour of the Cathedral and the historic center of Malaga.
Punto de encuentro
Los guías os esperarán en la Calle Alcazabilla, junto a la pirámide de cristal
Calle Alcazabilla, 4
- 29015 Málaga
- 12:15 h - Monday through Saturday
- 1h30 min approx
- Official guide
- Tickets to the Cathedral
- General: 15 €
- Under 13 years: Free
- Free up to 24 hours before the tour departs
Covid 19 Travel Health
The service complies with local regulations and the necessary hygiene measures to avoid infections related to the coronavirus