Soak up the magic of the Spanish sun and the beautiful city of Malaga with this comprehensive City Sightseeing Hop-on, Hop-off Bus Tour. valid for 24 hours, you can explore the city at your own pace. What’s more? Your tickets come with free entry to Interactive Museum of Music (MIMMA)!
Hop on and off at more than 17 well-placed stops and visit attractions of your choice.
A beautiful port city in Costa del Sol, Malaga is a vision in old school Spanish charms with warm people, flamenco shows, foot tapping music, incredible food and so much more. With buses operating on comprehensive routes along a trail of strategically-located stops to help you visit your favourite attractions with absolute ease, this hop-on, hop-off tour is perfect for first-time and repeat visitors alike. All along, an engaging multilingual audio commentary will keep you company onboard the buses, regaling you with the fascinating tales of Malaga!
The following are included in the package
Malaga Essential Experience - 24 Hour Ticket
Same as the Malaga Iconic ticket Plus a choice of 3 entrances/activities from the following:
Due the Malaga fair on Saturday 13th August - 20th August there are closures of some of the tours and attractions, Please check USEFUL DOWNLOAD section.
Voucher Information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
Validity: 12 months from the date chosen at the time of booking
Wheelchair accessibility: Yes
Malaga is a functioning city and weather, traffic and events may occasionally cause disruption.
Timings and stops are subject to change. The updated route map will be available on the bus.
If you are coming by a cruise, you will have to walk towards Lighthouse where you will find the nearest City Sightseeing Bus Stop No. 7 - La Farola, which is approx. 700m from the Malaga Cruise Terminal. This is an approx. 10 minute walk from the Cruise Terminal.
Until further notice the red and blue routes are combined. The buses that go to the Museo Ruso do not stop at the Centro de Arte Contemporáneo (stop 2 on the red route).
The boat tour will no longer operate until Spring 2022. Customers who have the Premium Experience tickets can enjoy the Flamenco Jaleo instead on the days when the boat would've operated.
Now, you can choose as many experiences as you wish to!
Both the bus and the boat maintain their schedules, since the tour is not affected.
Stop 10 "Castillo de Gibralfaro" on the red route is closed until further notice due to some roadworks.
There are some changes to the Flamenco Jaleo (included in the Essential and Ultimate tickets) schedule throughout the month of November. They are as follows:
1st - 6th November: Tuesday and Saturday at 5pm, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday at 2pm
7th - 13th November: Monday - Friday & Sunday at 2pm, Saturday at 5pm
14th - 20th November: Monday, Friday and Sunday at 2pm, Thursday at 4pm, Saturday at 5pm
21st - 27th November: Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday at 2pm
On Tuesday 29th November at 2pm
Schedule for the Flamenco Jaleo during the month of December. They are as follows:
1st - 4th December: Thursday at 2pm, Saturday at 5pm
5th - 11th December: Monday and Friday at 2pm, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 5pm
12th - 18th December: Tuesday and Friday at 2pm, Saturday at 5pm
19th - 25th December: Tuesday at 2pm
26th December - 1st January 2023: Monday at 2pm, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 5pm
Boat will not be operational 12th - 23rd December 2022.
Great way to see Malaga and determine what to do next while in town
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Overall great value as the busses go to key locations. My only issue is that it's physically impossible to do all the activities - boat, walk, and select attractions - within one...
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