Enjoy overview of Malaga's best attractions. During drive thru Málaga, pass numerous structures of Mudejar & Gothic architecture, lovely parks & gardens, city's bullring, as well as birthplace of Pablo Picasso. Málaga's Cathedral was built over two centuries on site of former main mosque. Known locally as La Manquita as only west tower was ever completed. Note: must walk approx 1 mile (approx. 1.5 hrs) over mostly even dirt & cobblestone surfaces with 50 - 75 steps. Please dress conservatively.
Discover the rich cultural heritage of Malaga, one of the world's oldest cities, on a narrated sightseeing drive that includes a Moorish fortress and a "one-armed" cathedral. You'll see beautiful parks and gardens, the bullfighting ring and the birthplace of Picasso. Gaze over the city to the Mediterranean from the ramparts of 13th-century Gibralfaro Castle. Admire magnificent carvings of saints inside Malaga Cathedral, known as "The One-Armed Lady" because its west tower was never completed.
• Gibralfaro Castle Exterior: This 13th-century Moorish fortress was built on a hill with commanding city, sea, and mountain views.
• Malaga Cathedral: Admire the magnificent altar, 17th century choir seating, fine paintings and 103 individually carved saints.
• Narrated Drive: See the sights of one of the world's oldest cities, including beautiful parks, Picasso's birthplace and the bullring.
What to Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
• Weather-appropriate conservative attire
• Walking shoes
• Guests in wheelchairs and others with mobility challenges should not select this tour.
• Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
• Guests must be able to walk approximately one mile during about one hour, over uneven and cobblestone surfaces, with 50 to 75 steps.
• No exposed shoulders or knees in the Cathedral.
• Should a mass be taking place at the Cathedral, the guide will provide commentary outside and guests will enter the Cathedral on their own.