Discover the past, present and future of this Andalusian city on our Málaga Full Guided Tour, which includes tickets to visit monuments and buildings as important as the Cathedral or the Roman Theater.
Malaga Cathedral, completed in 1782
Interior of the Alcazaba of Malaga
Roman Theater - Buendía tours Malaga
The city of Málaga is at its peak. Every day it is more cosmopolitan and modern, something evidenced by the fact that Málaga has an international airport and the cultural and museum offer has increased. Just a few years ago, the main tourist attraction focused exclusively on the climate and gastronomy. However, at Buendía Tours we know that Málaga can offer us much more.
The guided tour through Málaga with Buendía Tours begins at the Roman Theater, located in the historic center of the city. The theater has a mixed construction and is made up of the stands, the orchestra and the stage. One of the best preserved areas of the theater is the pulpitum. Although the theater can be easily seen from the outside, this guided tour of Málaga includes the entrance to the Theater, to better feel the splendor and grandeur of this monument.
Later, we will visit the Alcazaba, another of the oldest and most emblematic buildings in Málaga. This fortress palace of Arab origin was built between 1057 and 1063. Some of its pieces were reused from the Roman Theater.
The first square that we will see in the Málaga Full Tour is Plaza de la Merced, also popularly known as Plaza del Mercado. In the center of the square stands the Monument to Torrijos, represented in the form of an obelisk. Just a few minutes away from this square, also located in the historic center, we find the Picasso Museum. In this gallery dedicated to the famous painter from Málaga, we can see more than a hundred works by the artist.
After visiting the Museum, we continue walking to the Plaza de la Constitución, Málaga's leisure center. This square is one of the most popular places for young people, especially during the Málaga Fair or Easter. In the past it was also known as Plaza de las Cuatro Calles or Plaza Mayor. The City Hall was also located in this square until 1869. The square is located next to Calle Larios, one of the main commercial arteries of the city. Anyone visiting Málaga should walk this street, perfect for reaching other emblematic corners of the city, such as La Catedral.
Built where centuries ago the city's largest mosque was in the Muslim era, the Cathedral of Málaga is considered a jewel of Renaissance architecture. It has a baroque-Gothic style and, in addition to its tremendous beauty, its artistic and heritage value stands out. The Main Chapel and the choir inside this basilica will leave you speechless.
If you want to discover the essential monuments and buildings of this Andalusian city, enjoy the Malaga Full Walking Tour with us. In addition to knowing the history of the city, you will discover a city whose tourist value transcends the beach, the sun and the grilled sardines, popularly known as “espetos”.
Punto de encuentro
Los guías os esperarán en la Plaza de la Marina, junto al Punto de información
Plaza de la Marina, 11
- 29001, Málaga
- 15:00 h - Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
- 3h approx
- English speaking guide
- Tickets to the Cathedral, the Roman Theater and the Alcazaba Fortres
- Radio guide for groups of more than 8 people
- General: 30 €
- Between 10 and 14 years old: 15 €
- Under 10 years old: 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