Malaga City Sightseeing Tour

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We’ve lined everything up in Picasso’s birthplace.

The Malaga City Sightseeing Tour needs no interpretation. It’s simply great. It makes easy sense of Malaga, starting with a 1 hour and 20 minute tour that gives you an overview for the day’s planning. Or you can simply hop on and off the open-air double-decker bus at whatever point along the way grabs you. And there’s plenty to grab you. From the house of Picasso to his eponymous museum, housed in a 16th-century Andalusian palace. There’s a Roman theatre dating back to Emperor Augustus, a cathedral built over a former mosque, and many Moorish influences. 14 stops in all with pre-recorded commentary. And since the bus pass is valid for a full 24-hours, you’ll have plenty of time to explore this Costa de Sol hotspot. The Malaga City Sightseeing Tour. All eyes should be on it.

Here’s what’s included:

    • A voucher valid for 24 hours on a Hop on/Hop off open-air double-decker tour bus
    • 14 stops throughout Malaga and departures every 30 minutes
    • Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese and Russian commentary
    • Groups of 10 or more get a 5% discount on Malaga City Sightseeing Tour



    • Exchange the Rail Europe voucher for your Malaga City Sightseeing tour.
    • Voucher must be exchanged within 3 months of the date of purchase.
    • Hours of Operation are from 9:40 am - 8:00 pm.
    • Child rates are valid for children ages 5 - 15.
    • Some buses may be wheelchair accessible. Please inquire locally.
    • Prices are subject to change.
Where are the bus stops located and what landmarks can I reach from each stop?

  • Bus Station, Jardin Botanico (closed Mondays)
  • Train Station RENFE / Vialia (Post Office)
  • Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Puerto (Port)
  • Paseo del Parque
  • Paseo de la Farola
  • Playa Malagueta
  • Plaza de Toros (Bull Fighting Arena), La Malagueta, Cementerio Ingles
  • Castillo Gibralfaro
  • Santuario de la Victoria
  • Plaza Merced, House of Picasso (birthplace of the Pablo Picasso)
  • Alcazaba (Former Moorish Royal Residence), Teatro Romano (Roman Theatre dates back to Emperor Augustus), Picasso Museum,  Ayuntamiento
  • Catedral (Cathedral was built over a former mosque and offers a unique contrast in styles.)
  • Alameda Principal, Mercado de las Flores