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Things to see in Malaga for cruise passengers

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Things to see in Malaga. The city of Malaga has in recent years invested heavily in the infrastructure for cruise ships. You will dock at the large modern cruise terminal in the eastern dock of the port of Malaga. From there it is about 2 km to the historical center and sights. From the cruise port of Malaga, you can not only visit the city, but it can also be the starting point to numerous excursions that we have available for you.

If you decide to stay in Malaga center, these are some interesting places that you may like to visit:

Landmarks and highlights in Malaga center

Things to see in Malaga

La Alcazaba
La Alcazaba is a Moorish fort with beautiful gardens and views over the bay. It´s dating from the 8th century.

Palacio Gibralfaro
Palacio Gibralfaro is a castle built on the foundations of an old Phoenician construction.

Catedral de Malaga
Catedral de Malaga is a cathedral on the site of a former mosque. It was built between 1528 and 1782.

Museo Picasso
Museo Picasso is a museum that was created in collaboration with the Picasso family. It has 204 masterpieces from the private collection and reflects different styles and periods of Picasso’s work.

La Malagueta
La Malagueta is a bullring located at Plaza de Toros. It was built between 1874 and 1876.
We offer several fun and unconventional ways to visit the city of Malaga while you are on shore:

Malaga City Tour & Alcazaba on a Segway

Using a Segway (training will be given) we will cruise though the center of Malaga all the way to the Alcazaba.

Wine & Tapas Bike Tour Malaga – Gastronomy and Southern Tradition

Combine a bike tour of Malaga with the tradition of tapas and wine.  Enjoy an historical and culinary tour of one of Andalusia´s most beautiful cities. On this tour we will begin by showing you the famous sights of Malaga. There will be a stop at the central market where you can see stands of fresh fish, meat, vegetables, all to open your appetite. You will then continue on to the waterfront and finally end the tour in a cozy wine cellar.

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