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Historical Malaga Segway-Ninebot Tour
"Meet-up with an expert guide who will personally teach how to ride and enjoy the Ninebot before starting a magnificent ride through the historic center of Malaga. Glide up through the magical forest to Mount Gibralfaro where you can enjoy the incredib continue down the walls of the Alcazaba to the promenade along the best beaches in Malaga until the Mítico Balneario where you'll stop to enjoy the sea as well as have the chance to grab something to eat and drink. Then make your way back to the port’s lighthouse and the shopping district of Muelle Uno and Palmeral de las Sorpresas. Then head back to the starting point. Throughout the tour you will stop to take pictures in order to take your best memories of your ride through Malaga with you.""""This 1-hour tour is ideal for families and visitors who want to discover the tucked away places and monuments of Malaga in an easy and fun way
From EUR25.00
Malaga Electric Bike City Tour
"Ideal for visitors who want to discover the tucked away nooks and monuments of Málaga accompanied by a local guide who will make you feel more like a Malagueño enjoying a pleasant ride effortlessly on our Ebikes. Magnificent ride through the historic center of Málaga including up through the magical forest (effortlessly with our Ebikes) to Mount Gibralfaro where you can enjoy the incredible views of the """On this tour you will discover the most important monuments of the historic center and the joy of the city while accompanied by our friendly guides. Also the tour includes the effortless ride (in Ebike) up Mount Gibralfaro to enjoy the stunning views of the bay along with a tour of the beaches and the city port."title=Highlights&1=2-hour+M%A1laga+city+tour+by+electric+bike&2=See+top+M%A1laga+attractions+with+ease%2C+on+a+fun+electric+bike&3=Explore+M%A1laga%E2%80%99s+historical+heart%2C+seeing+the+Cathedral%2C+Roman+Theatre+and+more&4=Climb+wooded+Mount+
From EUR20.00
Málaga Picasso Museum Guided Tour For Small Groups
"The people of Malaga are proud of the fact that Picasso was born here and it was a big day when the King and Queen of Spain inaugurated the Museo Picasso (Picasso Museum) on the 27th October 2003. On that first day alone almost 2000 people visited. the museum which is housed in the Palacio de Buenavista. You will find it right in the heart of the Historic Centre of the city with the dramatic backdrop of the Alcazaba Fortress and Gibralfaro Castle close by. Literally two minutes walking distance from Malaga Cathedral this magnificent old building has been painstakingly restored to befit the importance of the works of the great artist.This tour will start in the Plaza Merced in front of the Casa Natal (Birthplace of Picasso) which has been open to the public since 1988. Then we'll move on to The Picasso Museum and finish at Plaza Merced."
From EUR120.00

Roman Amphitheatre - Teatro Romano Tips (16)

Teatro Romano

Discovered by accident around 1950, the 1st century CE Roman Theatre lies just beneath la Alcazaba, the Arab Citadel of Málaga. The seating of the theatre was built against the hill on which the...
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Apr 14, 2015

Nestled beneath the Alcazaba......

Malaga's Roman theatre was only discovered in the early 1950s, so it is still in pretty good condition. Having said that, it's been heavily restored in parts, so that it can be used on occasion for...
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Mar 02, 2014

Roman Amphitheater

The amphiteater was discovered/uncovered in 1951 during some construction in the area. It is from Caesar Augustus era in 1st century AD and was used until the 3rd century. Dimensions are about 90 feet...
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Nov 30, 2011

The Roman Theater.

Next to The Alcazaba, which is the lower fortress of Gibralfaro castle, lies The Roman Theatre. There is no entrance fee to The Roman Theatre and you are free to visit whereas there is an entrance fee...
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Oct 23, 2009

The Romans were here too...

The recently restored Roman theatre at the foot of the Alcazaba was built in the 1st century time of Augustus and used untl the 3rd century. It was only discovered by accident in 1951 and then...
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Jul 27, 2008

The Roman Theatre

The Roman Theatre, at the foot of the Alcazaba fortress, is one of Malaga's attractions, and it's relatively a recent one. For centuries it had laid hidden underground and it was only in 1951 that it...
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Mar 12, 2008

Teatro Romano

Malaga's Roman theatre lies at the foot of the Alcazaba fortress in the western part of the city. It was discovered in 1951, after having remained buried underground for many centuries. Dating back to...
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Aug 27, 2007


Just below the entrance to the Alcazaba are the ruins of an amphitheatre dating from Roman times. It is currently under restoration and free to visit.It was not discovered until 1951. It wasn't used...
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May 27, 2007

Roman Theater

We walked down the Calle de Alcazabilia and on our left a fence excluded us fro construction work at the base of a hill. Midway up the hill was the Alcazar and at the summit the Gibralfaro. The work...
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Dec 25, 2005

Roman Culture Evidence

The situation of this ancient bull fightening area was very bad, because the Moors began to build "La Alcazaba" just on the next quartier. They took stones for building the castle from this Roman time...
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Dec 19, 2005

Roman Theater

We can began the tour around Malaga from this point, just at the entrance to the Alcazaba at the left is the Roman theater.As most of the mediterranean cities, whenever they dig for the foundations of...
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Sep 02, 2004

The Roman Theatre.

During some renovations to Malaga library a few years ago (1951), they discovered the remains of a Roman Theatre on the site. The Library was pulled down completely and rebuilt elsewhere and...
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Feb 05, 2004
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In my first visit I went to the Alcazaba, almost forty years ago, and was not impressed; This time I decided to appreciate it from below, and found the image much more impressive. trying to read...
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Plaza de la Merced

For those of you which wee unaware, Pablo Picasso the famous artist was born right here in Malaga. Therefore all around the the town there are sights related to Picasso such as the house he was born...
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Cathedral - La Manquita

Construction of the massive Cathedral of Málaga was begun in 1528 on the site of the Grand Mosque of Málaga. Unfortunately, the mosque was completely destroyed to make way for the cathedral, and no...
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Gibralfaro - Castillo de Gibalfaro

The name has a meaning of "rock of light" that signified a previous lighthouse built by Phoenicians of this spot. The fortress that was built in 1300's to further protect the gentry of the Granada...
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Calle San Miguel

This year, I visited torremolinos again. I have gone from many years to torremolinos cause it´s got a lovely weather and it´s a small town so you can walk and see everything. In San miguel street,the...
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Sohail Castle

The castle El Castillo Sohail has got an interesting story. It is located on a hill at the outskirt of Fuengirola and is 38 meters above sea level. The Carthaginians and Romans occupied it...
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