Delightful Malaga: A Walking Tour
Prepare to come across numerous squares, each of them with its own story. Malaga’s city sights will surely win your heart with its rich history, architecture, and amazing photo opportunities. Malaga is a city full of historic spots, like the Alcazaba, one of the largest Arab fortresses in Andalusia, or Gibralfaro Castle, which offers the best views. Malaga City, the gateway to southern Spain, and the Costa del Sol, the birthplace of Picasso and boasting one of the best climates in Europe. Is the Winter cold in Malaga? there is a mild temperature in Malaga during winter. Get ready to experience Malaga from a different perspective. A local charismatic guide will reveal interesting facts about the fantastic Malaga.
- Professional local tour guide
- Castillo de Gibralfaro Admission Fee
- Jardines de Puerta Oscura Admission Fee
- Alcazaba Admission Fee
- Museo Carmen Thyssen Málaga Admission Fee
Route & Duration
Castillo de Gibralfaro
Gibralfaro Castle is an ancient fortress on Gibralfaro Hill. The summit is 131 meters high and offers spectacular views over the city of Málaga and the Mediterranean Sea. The image of this structure is depicted on the seal and flag of the city of Málaga.
Fuente de las Tres Gracias
The Fuente de las tres Gracias, also known as the Fuente de las tres Ninfas, is located in the Plaza de Torrijos on the edge of Malaga Park near Malagueta. This beautiful fountain is of French design and was created by engineer José María Sánchez.
Jardines de Puerta Oscura
The Jardines de Puerta Oscura are lush gardens on the slopes of the city's Mount Gibralfaro. The name of the garden comes from the gate of the same name, of Arabic origin, which once stood in the area.
Built on a hill in the center of the city overlooking the harbor, Málaga's Alcazaba consists of two walled enclosures that flow into each other. Each pen is guarded by walls reinforced with towers. The inner enclosure occupies the top of the hill and contains the palace.
Museo Carmen Thyssen
The Carmen Thyssen Museum is a museum in Málaga that focuses on 19th-century Spanish painting, mainly from Andalusia. A major part of the museum's collection is based on the collection of Carmen Cervera, the third wife of Baron Hans his Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.
By the Entrance of Castillo de Gibralfaro, Cam. Gibralfaro, 11, 29016 Málaga, Spain See Map
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