Free Tour

Free tour with local guides is the ideal tour to welcome you to the city!

Free Walking Tour Málaga

Our free tour is a unique and distinct visit which lasts for two hours, where enjoyment and history take each other by the hand the entire journey. Experience a fascinating and surprising journey where the legends, tales and historic facts about Málaga come to life with each step you make from the Roman or Nasrid Málaga to the Spanish conquest.

During this tour, you will be able to visit the most emblematic monuments and corners of the old and monumental / spectacular city of Málaga in the expert hands of our passionate local guides.

What is a free tour? How much does it cost?

FREE Tours work on a tips-only basis, the highest quality is guaranteed! It keep us on our toes making sure We give you the best tour ever. We believe that if money is given, it should be voluntary and in direct proportion to the quality of the tour and the budget of the traveler. Value for money goes a long way, and satisfied customers tip what they think the tour was worth

How To Book

Booking a Free Tour is simple and quick, all you have to do is choose a date, select the number of people and you will receive confirmation immediately by email. Alternatively, you can just show up at the meeting point if you prefer not to book ahead of time. Just come 10-15 minutes early if you’ve not purchased online.

MEETING POINT

The Free Tour starts on Plaza del Obispo – Obispo Square (in front of the Cathedral) Just look for a friendly guide in a red T-Shirt and Umbrella!

TIME

This tour runs everyday at 10.00 a.m and 12.00 a.m The Free Tour Malaga last for 1 hour 45 minutes.

CONTACT US

If you have any question about our tours, please contact us

Phone/ Whatsapp: (+34) 699 756 864
Email: info@malagaadventures.com

We will see a lot of things!

This 2-hour walking tour covers all the main sights and stories including:
● Larios Street
● Constitución Square
● Obispo Square
● Cathedral
● Santiago’s Church
● Roman Theatre
● Fortress Palace Alcazaba
● Santiago’s Church
● Picasso’s Museum – Birth House
● Merced Square
…and much more!