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A private Malaga tour just for you

Discover Malaga with our private tours guides! Enjoy our city with a ¨ taylor made¨ walking tour just for you. Ideal for large groups, team building activities, families, or tours in couple.

Private Malaga tours

Our private tour guides will share with you the secrets, legends, corners and mysteries and we will answer all your doubts, we will prioritize the monuments you want to know in greater depth. If you want to discover Malaga by your way and you just want to share the experience with your family, friends or partner, this is definitely your choice. A wonderful idea for cruise ship passengers, teambuilding activities, etc.

Our team is composed by professional local guides with the official license of tour guides that the government of Andalucia requires, they love their city and they will show you in a funny and entertaining way the history of Málaga like we have been doing for more than 25.000 clients.Enjoy with our super team of local guides a Malaga walking tour and discover why we have earned the Excellence Certificate of Tripadvisor and why we are Nº 1 in activities to do in Malaga.

It would be a great opportunity for our private guide to customize your tour thinking about your needs and preferences and giving more importance to what you really want to discover.

Official Guides

Our team is only composed by licensed local guides in accordance with the law in Andalucia

Tripadvisor Nº1

Excellence certificate and Nº1 Guided Tours in Málaga in Tripadvisor, based in over 1000 reviews

100% Locales

We feel that we are ambassadors of the most beautiful city in the world, our hometown Malaga

Enthusiastic friendly guides

Our guides will help you to discover our city with enthusiasm and professionalism

A small local company

We are proud to be a small business that work only in Malaga and only for Malaga

Supporting responsible tourism

We collaborate to do sustainable activities regarding the environment and the daily life of Málaga neighbours

  When

Any time* (Tours not running Dec 25th, January 1st and Jan 6th)

  Duration

The standard one lasts 2,5 hours, if you have your own idea let us know. We will adapt to your needs.

  Languages

English and Spanish. We do other languages such us French or Italian under request, please contact us.

  Meeting point

Flexible: based on the travelers needs. We recommend Plaza de la Constitución. More info
*If you are staying in a hotel/apartment in the city center, the pick up for this tour is available for free. If you don´t know if your hotel is in the area of the city center, please contact us, we will be happy to help.

  Cruise ship passengers

The meeting point we recommend for the cruise ship passengers is Plaza de la Marina (All the cruise ships shuttle buses stops beside this square). More info
If you want to be picked up in the cruise terminal please contact us at info@exploramalaga.com.

  How to identify the guide

Find your guide with a "Explora Malaga" sign.

  Tour highlights

You can choose them, the standard route would cover Plaza de la Constitución, Pasaje de Chinitas, Calle Marqués de Larios, Catedral de Málaga, Museo Picasso Málaga, Bodega El Pimpi, Teatro Romano, Alcazaba, Castillo de Gibralfaro, Plaza de la Merced, Picasso´s birthplace. More info

  End point

Flexible: based on the travelers needs.

  Accessibility

Suitable for all ages/ Wheelchair friendly

1-3 People

2,5 Hours Private Tour
115€ per group
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4-15 People

2,5 Hours Private Tour
150€ per group
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16-30 People

2,5 Hours Private Tour
180€ per group
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Meeting point:

Plaza de la Constitución(Constitución´s square), beside the fountain.

Plaza de la Constitución is the most centrical and emblematic square in Málaga´s city center. Belongs to the pedestrian área of our city, located between Marqués de Larios Street and Granada St.

*If you are staying in a hotel/apartment in the city center, the pick up for this tour is available for free. If you don´t know if your hotel is in the area of the city center, please contact us, we will be happy to help.

How to identify our guide?
The guide will be waiting for you next to the fountain with a name tag and the "Explora Malaga" sign.

Cruise ship passengers:

Plaza de la Marina (Marina square), beside the information point.

The meeting point we recommend is Plaza de la Marina (All the cruise ships shuttle buses stops beside this square). A Taxi from the cruise ship terminal to the Marina square cost around 10€.

*If you want to be picked up in the cruise terminal please contact us at info@exploramalaga.com.

How to identify our guide?
The guide will be waiting for you next to the fountain with a name tag and the "Explora Malaga" sign.

What we will see?

Plaza de la Constitución
Its name and even the square itself changed a lot lately, becoming pedestrian on 2002. As a curious fact, the fountain is not in the middle of the square. The reason, the huge amount of public events and celebrations, undoubtely the most emblematic square of Málaga.

Calle Marqués de Larios
Inaugurated on 1891, its modern design, and its location, connecting the city center with the port made Málaga neighbours to fall in love with it. As well as Constitución became pedestrian on 2002.  Mainly a shopping área, its one of the most expensive places where to rent a shop in Málaga.

Cathedral of Málaga
Built between 1528 and 1782, a mixure of styles that cover from Gothic architecture to even some neoclassic elements. Also remarkable that the cathedral is unfinished, actually was never finished, being the lack of its South tower the most significant uncomplete part. Taking the nickname of La Manquita (the english translation would be something like ¨the one arm lady¨.

Calle San Agustín
San Agustín Street after the Christian reconquest of Málaga was called the knights Street. Because of the amount of people from the cavalry that started living there. The name changed to San Agustin afterwards because of a monastery from Agustinian´s order. Among others we are going to find Buenavista´s palace, a building from 16th century that contains the main Picasso museum of Málaga.

Bodega el Pimpi
At the heart of Málaga, is hard to explain the importance of El Pimpi for our city. An historical building, a winery, a restaurant, a museum, meeting point for malagueños and visitors, a place that gather together culture and gastronomy, tradition and trendiness.

Teatro romano
Our roman theatre was built on 1st century. Covered by the muslim, stayed underground until 1951, time when Malagueños discovered it. With place for 1.200 people and covered by marble, the theatre was used to do performances, operas but also votings as referéndums of roman´s public life.

Alcazaba
Alcazaba is a muslim fortress which construction ended on 1026 b.c. A military building but a palace too, being the central office of the city muslim government. On 1931, was declared as an historic and artistic monument of real cultural interest by the spanish government followed by  several restorations over the 20th century.

Castillo de Gibralfaro
Even if we won´t climb Gibralfaro hill, we´ll see and talk on our Free tour of the second muslim fortress. A castle that could control and keep an eye on the whole city of Málaga. Because of this location, the castle provides the best views of the city, the harbour, the beach and the northern mountains.

Plaza de la Merced
Last but not least our Merced square is a very significant square in our city. Place where probably the most relevant malagueño person was born, Pablo Ruiz Picasso. Next to the painter birthplace we´ll talk about his life and works in our guided visit culmination.

"Fantastic Private Shore Excursion"

"We booked a private walking tour for myself, husband and daughter for a shore excursion for our cruise stop at Malaga. I was impressed with Explora Malaga from initial contact when I received a very prompt reply from Javier with ideas of what we could do and prices charged.

Javier was waiting for us when we arrived at the cruise shuttle bus stop, and we immediately embarked on our tour which was one of the highlights of our cruise. Javier was full of information about Malaga and we discovered lots of interesting things which we simply would not have known if we would have walked around unaccompanied. Javier was able to answer all of our questions, and was very friendly and easy to talk to.

The tour was great value too. We paid less for a private tour with Javier than what we would have if we would have gone on a group tour with our cruise company. Booking with Explora Malaga also means you're supporting a local business run by local people rather than giving money to the cruise liners who already make enough.

I thoroughly recommend booking a tour with Explora Malaga, you will not be disappointed!" Read on Tripadvisor

mrsmall2009
Mrsmall2009
Liverpool, UK

Important info

  • Reservations are strictly necessary for a private tour. Contact us for more information.

  • It does not include a visit to the interior of the buildings. If you want to include them let us know so we can customize your tour.

FAQS

Do I need a reservation?

Reservations are strictly necessary for a private tour. Contact us for more information.

What if I arrive late to the meeting point?

There is no problem, please provide us a phone number on the reservation so the guide can contact you in case there is a problem.

Is there a lot of walking involved?

Not really. As long as you can take a pleasant walk by our city you can join our walking tour. Málaga as our tour is quite flat and quite easy. The guide will adapt to the speed of the group.

Do we stop for a break?

This tour is for you, if you need to make a stop or more, let your guide know.

Is the tour wheelchair accessible?

Yes. There are a couple of easy uphill streets, but have never been a problem.

What should I bring?

Málaga´s climate is marvelous. However during the summer it can get very hot so don't forget your sunglasses, sun-tan lotion and a bottle of water. As well as comfortable shoes.

What if it rains? What if it is heavy rain?

Our tours run in all kinds of weather. In Málaga doesn ´t rain very often nevertheless. In the case of heavy rain the tour will run as usual so please bring an umbrella or a suitable rain gear.

May I leave before the tour ends?

There is no problema but please let your guide know so he/she doesn't wait for you at the next stop.