Malaga Cathedral Tour & Food Tasting

Cultural & Theme Tours in Spain

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Explore the history of Málaga from the Roman era to the present with a local guide who will walk you through the most classic streets of the city and point out the famous Picasso Museum and the Constitution Square. Málaga is a mixture of cultures that have left their marks in every corner of the city. During this exciting journey through  Malaga's old town, we'll visit Malaga's Cathedral and share with you the most interesting facts other tourists would never have the chance to know!Málaga also has a level of gastronomy that far exceeds other cities. It combines modernity and tradition, so the food scene is always evolving while still sticking to its historical roots.
ITINERARY Pick up at Malaga Palacio Hotel Walk through emblematic streets of Málaga & visit the Cathedral  Discover the history of Málaga through a selction of tapas  MORE ABOUT THE TOUR The Cathedral of Our lady of the Incarnation is the most important monument of the historic center in Málaga. The locals know it as "La Manquita" because it's south tower is unfinished. "La Manquite" means unfinished, which represnts the unfinshed state of the south tower of the cathedral. The buidling is one of the best examples of Spanish religious art, and is located on the remains of the ancient Almohad mosque. Experience the rich culinary tradition of Andalucía firsthand by joining us on this exclusive gourmet tour through sunny Malaga. We will start at 11:00 am and to build up our appetites we will walk around the city, visiting several important sites along the way, including Constitution Square, Malaga Cathedral and the famous Picasso Museum, housing many of the famous painter’s most treasured masterpieces. Our friendly local guide will answer any questions you may have about the history, architecture, traditions and lifestyle of Southern Spain.

What’s included

  • 2 guides: a local history & foodie expert
  • Málaga's Cathedral guided visit
  • Guided visit to gourmet shops to try regional products 
  • Traditional tapas dinner

What’s not included

  • Gratuities (optional)