Below are some of the best city tours and attractions in Malaga on the Viator website. Many with the lowest price guarantees by Viator. Click / tap on the image for directions. Sign up for Viator here. and skip the Queues at Museums and Galleries. Most with Mobile entry tickets.
Hop on Hop Off Tourist Bus
Malaga's hop on hop off bus is a great way of getting around the city. It stops at all of the main attractions and with a 24 hour pass means you can hop on and off when ever you like until the pass expires. For more information, prices and tickets click / tap the Image above.
Scooter hire by Monkey rent
We are the one in malaga who allowed to enter the historical parts, streets. Normal streets walking ways one way routes. And ofcorse any corner and any place only we can climb the stairs and cant enter the museums with our pedicab tuktuk bikes. So a lot of fun and a little history. Just do it its funnnn. For more information, prices & tickets click / tap the image above.
60 minute Tuktuk tour of Malaga
Eco Tuk Tuk offers you a 60 minute trip through the city of Malaga. A contact with this city on the Costa del Sol, known for its mix of ancient history,
folklore and modern culture. It is a perfect way to get an idea of everything you can enjoy in the city on your travel days. And also the best possible photo tour for the traveler. For more
information, prices & tickets click / tap the image above.
Malaga's Street art & Graffiti walking tour
Explore Malaga’s lesser-known districts and see the sights most visitors miss on this 4-hour bike tour. Cycle off the beaten path and discover a whole
new side to the coastal city. Admire colorful street art in up-and-coming Soho; cruise along the Huelin beachfront, where factory chimneys serve as a reminder of Malaga’s industrial past; and pedal
past marshes, lagoons and flamingos in the tranquil Guadalhorce River Estuary nature reserve. Numbers limited to 15, ensuring a small-group
experience. For more information, prices and tickets click / tap the
Segway Málaga Tour: visit the park and harbour
Malaga’s summer heat can make sightseeing on foot a tiring feat. Tick off more of the city’s attractions in less time on an express Segway tour, the ideal choice for travelers with limited time. Follow your guide to highlights such as Centre Pompidou Malaga and the city harbour, and discover cultural and historical info that’s not usually featured in the guide books. Plus, a choice of several departure times throughout the day lets you pick a time to suit you. For more information, prices & tickets click / tap the image.
Walking tour of the Old town in Malaga
With this Walking Tour you will discover the historic center of Malaga in just one hour and half. Our tour guide will show you, in a fun and friendly way, the main monuments of the city with its hidden spots, histories and curiosities. For more information, prices and tickets click / tap the image.
1.5-Hour Roman Theater and Alcazaba Castle Walking Tour
The museum is housed in a 16th century mansion in the centre of Malaga city. Inside is a large quantity of 18th & 19th century paintings many from the Andalucian region. Explore this amazing building, its a cultural gem. For more information, prices and tickets click / tap the Image.
Museo Pablo Picasso
Pablo Picasso was one of the 20th-century's greatest painters and his life and work are showcased at the Picasso Museum in Malaga, His birthplace. The gallery is home to more than 200 of Picasso’s works all with an audio guides. For more information, prices and tickets click / tap the Image.
Malaga Evening Wine and Tapas Tour
Experience a night of wine and tapas in Malaga on a 3.5-hour, small-group culinary tour of the city’s gourmet highlights, from a classic shop to beloved bars. Immerse yourself in the unique flavors of Spain’s southern coast while tasting your way through some of Malaga's classic food. For more information, prices and tickets click the image.
Malaga Tapas and Wine Tour
Do you feel like enjoying marvelous panoramic views along with a glass of typical wine? During this tour, you will visit three rooftops of the historic center with splendid views of the illuminated monuments, such as the Roman Theatre, the Alcazaba or the Gibralfaro Castle. For more information, prices and tickets click the image.
No visit to Andalucia is complete without seeing a flamenco show, an art form that’s recognized as an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. Guarantee your ticket to a performance at the prestigious Tablao Flamenco los Amaya by booking your experience in advance, and choose from an early or late evening start time to suit your schedule. For more information, prices & tickets click / tap the image above.
La Rosaleda Stadium
La Rosaleda Stadium is the home of FC Malaga football club. The ground first opened it’s doors in September of 1941 and the first game was against Sevilla. The stadium has a museum and does do tours. For more information and direct ions to La Rosaleda stadium click / tap the image above.
Horse carriage rides around Malaga
Horse carriage rides around the streets of Malaga is a good way to see the town. The rides last around 30 minutes and there is no real need to pre book. The rides are located around Calle Cortina del Muelle. For more information and directions to the horse & carriage rides click / tap the image above.
Best day trips from Malaga