Embark on an unforgettable adventure in a beautiful Spanish coastal city during a hop-on hop-off Malaga tour. As the capital of the Province of Malaga in the autonomous region of Andalusia, this sun-kissed city has a layered and colorful history that has given rise to a number of popular attractions. Tick the major attractions off your bucket list with the City Sightseeing Malaga hop-on hop-off tour and enjoy flexible sightseeing within your budget.
Excellent staff - very friendly and professional.
An excellent coverage of major tourist sites. Good audio information.
Belle façon d'avoir un apperçu de la ville
Malaga is one of the oldest cities in Europe with over 2800 years of history. The legend has it that it was founded in 770 BC by the Phoenicians. Malaga was the hometown of the famous painter Pablo Picasso. There is also a museum named Pablo Ruiz Picasso House-Museum that houses the collection of his prominent artworks.
Discover more than just the sandy beaches as you stumble upon Moorish fortresses, a Roman amphitheater, and an English Cemetery during your Malaga sightseeing trip. Because City is also the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, it plays host to many high-end art galleries and museums. Enjoy highly flexible 24-hour and 48-hour bus tours that offer over 20 strategically located stops. Or you can opt for a sightseeing tour that also includes a walking tour and admission to major points of interest. If you want to see as much as you possibly can during your tour, then a hop-on hop-off Malaga bus tour is what to do in the city.
June to September is the best time to visit Malaga and make the most of sunny weather while exploring its beaches and other water-related activities. September is quieter as the crowds start receding. However, Malaga is blessed with a subtropical Mediterranean climate and can be visited at any time of the year.
We recommend spending at least two days in Malaga to explore its key attractions, museums, and surroundings.
The Malaga hop-on hop-off bus tour works on two routes that cover city’s major attractions including Museo Carmen Thyssen, Centro Pompidou Málaga, Castillo de Gibralfaro, Contemporary Art Centre, Plaza de la Marina, Paseo del Parque, Málaga Beach, Castle of Málaga, Museo del Automóvil, and more. The stops are subject to change, so it is recommended to check them at the time of booking.
There are several ticket options available to you, depending on your length of stay. Each bus tour will have validity from 24, 36, 48 to 72 hours. And the great thing is you can plan ahead as the vouchers are valid anywhere between 6 months to 1 year and can be used at any point during that period. Check the product page or bus tour operator for complete details.
You can visit the relevant product page and check the Useful Downloads section to find the latest information as routes, stops, and timings change frequently.
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