If you are looking for a city that combines centuries worth of arts and history with the cool vibe of a summer resort, then look no further than booking your trip to Malaga. The lush Andalusian city offers top-notch museums, exquisite fine dining spots, as well as some of the hottest bars and nightclubs in southern ... Read More
If you’re concerned about long days at sea, this is the tour for you: we’ve broken up the itinerary with plenty of optional shore excursions like Silves, Monchique and the Moorish gem, Jerez de La Frontera..
While bigger cruise liners have to moor out at sea and commute into shore via tender, we’ll drop anchor on the river's shore in Seville.
This trip includes a guided visit to the ‘Rock’ of Gibraltar.
“Our visit of Ronda was extraordinary. From the moment we stepped out our cruise ship, Thomas was there to welcome us to Malaga. Before leaving for Ronda, he took us on a short walk through downtown Malaga and we felt the pride he has for his own town. The drive to Ronda is an 1hour 1/2 and Thomas took the times to point out all the local highlights along the way. Once in Ronda, Thomas made sure that we were aware of the history and the beauty of the area. He also made sure we had a good lunch with a spectacular view overlooking the gorge. Overall our excursion to Ronda was delightful not only because of the beautiful scenery and the interesting history but largely because of Thomas’s considerate guidance throughout. We would highly recommend to do an excursion with Thomas Liedtke. Among all the guide we had, he is the best by far.”
If you are looking for a city that combines centuries worth of arts and history with the cool vibe of a summer resort, then look no further than booking your trip to Malaga. The lush Andalusian city offers top-notch museums, exquisite fine dining spots, as well as some of the hottest bars and nightclubs in southern Spain. That’s why holidays in Malaga will be a true treat for art lovers, bohemians and nightlife-enthusiasts.
To artsy types, Malaga will be best known as the birthplace of Pablo Picasso — so it should come as no surprise that the city houses an entire museum dedicated to this renowned artist. Museo Picasso houses a valuable collection of over 250 works created by the Spanish painter.
The astonishing Alcazaba is a historic fortress built during the rule of Hammudid dynasty. This impressive Moorish feat is perched at the foot of Gibralfaro hill, overlooking the entire city.
Málaga Cathedral, an eye-catching Renaissance-era construction, is one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks. Sitting at the heart of historical center, the Malaga Cathedral boasts an opulent façade and an even more impressing interior.
Centre Pompidou Malaga is a smaller version of its older Parisian sibling. Here, you will find some of the finest works of contemporary art, all placed within an intriguing cube-shaped construction.
If you need to take a breather from the city’s scorching summer weather, seek shelter at the nearby beach of La Malagueta, where all the locals go to swim and catch some rays.
Malaga’s landscape is pretty flat, which makes it great for cycling. The city is abundant with bike rental stores, so be sure to hire one if cycling is your preferred mode of sightseeing.
High season in Malaga runs from June to September, when the city comes alive with bars and nightclubs. However, if you prefer to stay away from heat and hordes of tourists, it’s best to visit Malaga in mid-season, during the months of April and May.
Check out our things to do in Malaga guide for more activities and attractions in Malaga.