Explore the birthplace of Picasso with an open top double-decker bus tour of Malaga
Malaga boasts pretty streets, leafy boulevards and lush gardens. Find out why the City’s Cathedral is called ‘La Manquita’ – the one armed lady! Hear all about the old palace fortress and its 2 rings of walls and of course you can’t miss the Picasso Museum! You’ll get the chance to see all of this on your City Sightseeing bus tour of Malaga. Enjoy panoramic views of the city as City Sightseeing highlights all of the best attractions and features that Malaga has to offer. With your 24 hour valid ticket you can hop on and off at your leisure at stops conveniently located along the route. Hop off at The Teatro Romano which is the result of excavation work and re-construction work of an ancient structure. The amphitheatre itself has not been used since 3rd century and the Moors used some of the stones to build their fortification, the Alcazaba. The nearby Alcazaba also offers a museum, pleasant gardens and fantastic views. While in the vicinity, visit Castillo de Gibralfaro for a look at the ramparts and more breath-taking views.
Discover a city, rich in history and culture
Wander around the Museo Picasso and learn of the great artist’s life, punctuated by his notes and sketches, right through to his great paintings and ceramics. For works by other major artists, international art and contemporary pieces visit the Centro de Srte Contemporaneo. Malaga Cathedral offers audio guides to enable you to explore the building and its numerous chapels and enjoy the artwork, hand-carved choir stalls and the grandiose alter which commands your view. Hop off at the Plaza de Toros, Malaga’s bull ring, or travel south to Malaga Beach which was artificially made in the late 1800s using sand from the Sahara desert. The beach is popular with joggers and mountain bikers and is home to a variety of water sports. It is also a favourite spot for picnics and moonlit walks.
Enjoy a bus tour of the city from the top deck and make the most of your stay in Malaga
Hop off and take a look round Mercado de las Flores, a popular flower market in the city or wile away the hours in La Concepcion – Jardin Botanico-Historico, a delightful 19th century garden full of exotic flowers and ancient Roman statues. See the Cementerio Ingles, the first protestant cemetery in Spain where you will find the chapel of San Jorge and a set of burial monuments and tombs. Malaga has a varied nightlife. Whether you prefer to dine in a restaurant and appreciate scenic views or party the night away there is plenty on offer. There are also Spanish bars, R&B nights, jazz and reggae bars and house and techno clubs available in the city.
Stop 1 – Estación Bus
Every 30 minutes
All Year Round
Pre-recorded Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese and Russian.