Explore the rich history of the Historical Center and Cathedral of Málaga with our immersive walking tour. Discover architectural wonders and cultural treasures as you stroll through iconic landmarks.

Discover the heart of Malaga on this guided walking tour through its historic center, where you’ll explore the main squares and streets steeped in history and architectural splendor.

Our journey begins at the meeting point: Calle Alcazabilla (next to the glass pyramid), where we’ll embark on an exploration of the city’s highlights. Our first stop is El Pimpi, a renowned gastronomic establishment celebrated for its traditional ambiance and delicious regional tapas, complemented by a wide selection of wines and beverages.

Continuing our tour, we’ll admire the exterior of the Picasso Museum, dedicated to the iconic artist Pablo Picasso and home to an extensive collection of his works donated by his family.

Next, we’ll visit Plaza del Obispo, a small yet historically significant square adorned with remarkable buildings, each with its own fascinating story told by our knowledgeable guide.

Finally, our tour culminates with the grand finale at the Cathedral, a magnificent architectural masterpiece boasting a stunning and ornate facade.

Join us for an unforgettable journey through Malaga’s cultural and historical treasures.


1 hour and 15 min.




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Entrance to the Cathedral
Official tour guide


Food and drinks

What do I need to bring?

We recommend wearing comfortable shoes
In summertime we recommend the use of sunscreen

Please note

Not accesible for people with reduced mobility (stairs and slopes)
Baby strollers are not allowed
Pets are not allowed
Visitors should be at the meeting point 15 minutes before the tour starts

Cancellation Policy

Free! Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts. If you cancel under this time or do not show up, you will not be refunded.

When to book?

Cut off: 1 hour before the start of the activity

El Pimpi
This is the first stop of the tour. El Pimpi is a famous bar and restaurant and one of the most emblematic places in the city and a popular meeting point for both locals and tourists.

It is situated in a historic building with typical Andalusian decor and offers a wide selection of wines from the region, as well as a variety of traditional dishes from Malaga’s gastronomy.

Museo Picasso
The Museo Picasso Málaga is a museum dedicated to the renowned artist Pablo Picasso.

It houses an extensive collection of Picasso’s works, donated by members of his family.

The collection includes paintings, sculptures, drawings, ceramics, and other works spanning Picasso’s prolific career.

In addition to its permanent collection, the museum also hosts temporary exhibitions, educational programs, and cultural events related to Picasso and other artists.

Plaza del Obispo
This charming square, named after the bishop’s palace adjacent to it, encapsulates centuries of history within its cobblestone streets and surrounding buildings.

One of the most notable features of Plaza del Obispo is its architectural ensemble, characterized by a harmonious blend of styles spanning different periods.

From religious processions during Holy Week to lively street performances and artisan markets, Plaza del Obispo pulsates with life and activity, captivating the hearts of locals and tourists alike.

The Cathedral of Malaga, also known as La Santa Iglesia Catedral Basílica de la Encarnación, is one of the most iconic landmarks in the city.

This magnificent cathedral, with its unique blend of architectural styles, stands as a testament to Malaga’s rich history and cultural heritage.

Inside, visitors are treated to a breathtaking display of art and craftsmanship, with ornate chapels, altars, and religious artworks lining the interior.

In addition to its architectural and artistic significance, the Cathedral of Malaga remains an important religious center, hosting regular masses and religious ceremonies throughout the year.

It also serves as a cultural venue, hosting concerts, exhibitions, and other events that attract visitors from around the world.

Meeting Point
Calle Alcazabilla (Next to the cristal pyramid)

Free cancellation

You'll receive a full refund if you cancel at least 48 hours in advance of most experiences