On this tour you will feel completely within the culture of Malaga. We will walk through its busiest streets, knowing its most famous stories and understanding the past of this beautiful city. And there will also be time to escape to the oldest market and taste the typical almonds, the most traditional wine, and much more.
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Plaza de la Merced
We start in the Plaza de la Merced, our meeting point, where we will start the visit knowing the birthplace of one of the most emblematic people from Malaga: Pablo Picasso.
We will continue along one of the main historical streets of the city, Calle Granada, where we will taste a typical sweet from Malaga, we will enter the oldest church in the city and we will get to know one of the main symbols of the city: the biznaga.
Then we will walk through the monumental Calle Alcazabilla, where we will see how at the same point different civilizations and religions come together at the hands of some of the oldest and most imposing vestiges of the city, such as the Roman Theater and the Alcazaba.
We will surround the Cathedral of Nuestra señora de la Encarnación, the main Christian temple in Malaga, despite the fact that the people of Malaga know it by another name. We will present its curious construction process.
After wandering through a labyrinthine network we will arrive at the Plaza de la Constitución, the heart of the city and a meeting place and celebration of the anchovies (the people of Malaga).
We will cross the emblematic Calle Larios, the main artery of our Malaga, a place full of history and curiosities.
We will cross the Central Market of Atarazanas where, after soaking up all its smells, we will taste the typical olives and almonds of the area.
We finish the tour in the best possible way: in the oldest wine house in the city, where we will taste the authentic "pajarete", the favorite sweet wine of the people of Malaga.
Tasting of almonds and olives