Historical Sites and Bites
Malaga is known for its antiquity, diversity, and incredible coastal views making this tour the perfect combination for someone who is ready to take on historical sites and mouth-watering food.
Your adventure begins late in the morning with an appetite building walk around the city. Along the walk you will visit several essential sites including Constitution Square where you will see the Genow Fountain, a sixteenth-century marble fountain; The Malaga Cathedral with its Renaissance architecture, constructed between 1528 and 1782 and lastly, the famous Picasso Museum which houses many of his most renowned and treasured masterpieces. Don't be shy to ask questions; your guide is well versed about Malaga's history, traditions, and lifestyle.
In addition to the cultural enhancement, you will visit two fantastic gourmet restaurants, each run by one of Malaga's most famous chefs, where you will experience a selection of tapas and homemade regional dishes paired with Spanish wines.
Descriptions of each plate will be provided along with instructions on how to prepare them at home so you can impress your friends with a refreshing bowl of salmorejo or crunchy flamenquin, a delicious and very popular Andalusian snack.
The tour will come to an end once everyone is satisfied and happy. Your guide will provide you with plenty of tips and ideas for you to continue on your own tour throughout the perfect afternoon in Malaga.