Mijas, Marbella & Puerto Banús From Málaga
- Duration: 8 hours
The Museo Picasso Málaga was created in response to the artist's desire for his work to be exhibited in the city of his birth in 1881. Its realization is thanks to the combined efforts of the artist´s daughter-in-law and grandson, whose donations provide the body of the art collection, and Junta de Andalucía, who arranged an ambitious project devoted to the artist. Located in the Palacio de Buenavista, declared a National Monument in 1939, the Museo Picasso Málaga opened in the heart of Málaga in 2003. The building boasts a harmonic mix of Renaissance and Mudéjar elements and serene contemporary lines. Phoenician, Roman, and Arabic ruins can be found on the underground floor. This ticket provides access to the permanent collection or the temporary exhibition. The permanent collection contains examples of Picasso's revolutionary innovations. See paintings, drawings, sculptures, ceramic...
Great experience, I recommend downloading the museum’s app to listen to the audio tour/descriptions.
Malaga boasts pretty streets, leafy boulevards, and lush gardens. See the major attractions of this lovely city with a 24 or 48-hour ticket for a hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour. With the aid of the tour’s onboard multilingual audio commentary, learn why the Malaga Cathedral is called La Manquita – the one-armed lady! Also, hear all about the old palace fortress and its 2 rings of walls. On the open-top double-decker bus, enjoy panoramic views of the city as well. You can visit the Alcazaba, where you’ll find a museum and pleasant gardens along with breathtaking views. While in the vicinity, stop by Castillo de Gibralfaro for a look at the ramparts and more spectacular views. You may want to see the ancient Teatro Romano and the reconstruction work that’s underway. Don’t forget the Picasso Museum, another important attraction in the city of his birth. Also enjoy free access t...
Lots of pick up and drop off points , easy to find and staff very helpful. We went all the way round and then stayed on until we got to the castle. Had a look round and caught next bus back to town. As we didn't start until 1pm we could use it the following day as well.
Meet your local guide and get ready to discover the famous Alhambra Palace in Granada. It is the most visited monument in Spain. Built during the 13th century, it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy a guided tour of the complex, including a visit to the Nasrid Palaces. Admire the elaborate rooms and Moorish architecture and learn about the symbols and techniques used in the monument's construction. Also, discover the sultan’s summer palace to the east of Alhambra. The Generalife is framed by breathtaking scenery and surrounded by a plethora of vegetation and green open space. Then board the bus for the return transfer back to Malaga.
See the top sites of this popular Mediterranean city on a hop-on hop-off tour with a 48-hour unlimited use ticket. Discover the attractions of Benalmadena, such as Puerto Marina, which is home to the Sea Life Aquarium and an array of delightful boutiques and restaurants. Hop off at Tivoli-Teleferico and take a cable car to Mount Carramolo from the entrance of Tivoli World. If you prefer to keep your feet on the ground, stop and soak up the sun on beautiful Malapesquera Beach. Visit Playa Arroyo de la Miel, which translates as stream of honey, a product that once was the main source of income. This is now the primary commercial area and is bursting with small shops, restaurants, and cabaret bars. You can hop off and back on as often as you wish, enabling you to explore sites that interest you. The Tour’s Stops: • Puerto Marina • Malapesquera Beach • Hotel Ri...
Nice way to spend a couple of hours. On a clear day it’s Devi Tory worth getting off at the cable cars.
Enjoy entrance to the Museo Casa Natal de Picasso in Malaga. Wander through the temporary exhibition, and see interesting personal mementos from Picasso’s life. The first floor displays works by the artist and his father, Jose Ruiz Blasco. See the library and research center, with an expansive archive on the artist and his work. As well as Picasso’s prints and ceramics, you can see his graphic art from 1931 to 1971 and illustrated books. The museum contains over 3,500 examples of contemporary art by more than 200 artists, including a large selection of graphic art by Miró, Bacon, Ernst, Matta, and more. Contemporary artists from the 1950s to the present day are also represented.
We Have already visited the other Picasso museum So took This one now. Nice to Have audioguide.second part was all in Spanish.
Since March 28, 2015, the Center Pompidou Málaga provides the wider public with the experience of exploring the richness of its collection, the excellence of its programming, the crossing of all the artistic disciplines and the innovativeness of its programs. The Center Pompidou offers you a journey through the art of the 20th and 21st centuries with around seventy selected works from the incomparable collection which is one of the two most important in the modern and contemporary world. This journey through the history of art is renewed every five semesters and is nourished every year. There are also always two to three temporary exhibitions worth exploring. The experience is lived through multidisciplinary programs dedicated to dance, representation, speech, and cinema, with the help of mediation devices aimed above all at a young audience. Thus, the Cubo that houses the Center Pomp...
It was great. Only thing we didn’t like was the audioguide. It was impossible to follow the audio guide in the room.
Go to the newly restored Museo Carmen Thyssen in Málaga, and see stunning examples of 19th-century Spanish and Andalucían art. You have the option to tour on your own, or with a guide for added information. Explore the permanent collection, temporary collection, or both. Whichever option you choose, you will get time to admire the beautiful 16th-century Palacio de Villalón, a key example of the city’s Renaissance architecture. The palace was built over the remains of the Roman city, within the old Moorish quarter of Málaga, and restoration focused on the recovery of its original layout, combined with newly built areas that co-exist in an understated manner. Arranged over 2 ﬂoors around a central courtyard, surrounded by arcaded galleries, particularly notable elements are the carved wooden ceilings and supporting fretwork in the principal rooms, where a number of 17th-century Spanish ...
it was nice experience to see how the way of painting changing through the years. I loved mostly paintings with small details - great work! it is so easy for us to capture the moment but for them it took months or years. That was my experience, was it worth the money? I don't know. I had a feeling that I missed something.
Visit Malaga’s Collection of the Russian Museum and discover the rich artistic legacy of Russia from the past few centuries. By pre-booking your ticket, enjoy skip-the-line entry to the museum and avoid the long waiting times. Inside the museum, admire the array of art collections that include inspiration from the Byzantine era to the socialist realism of the Soviet era. As you wander around the museum, discover and learn about artworks from well-known names of the Russian and Soviet art era including Repin, Kandinsky, Tatlin, Rodchenko, and Chahall. On your visit, you can also enjoy guided tours, film screenings, and concerts themed around the great wealth of Russian art. The museum's permanent exhibition is divided into nine thematic areas, these are Old Russian Art, The 18th Century, Romanticism in Russia, Realism, Realism with Russian Themes, The Movement of World of Art and Neopri...
A super collection in an renovated old building that showed the works of art at their best in a contemporary setting.
Your hop-on hop-off city sightseeing tour begins at Fuengirola’s Paseo Maritímo, near the marina and the fishing port. The train follows the seafront to Torreblanca, and crosses the fishing district of Los Boliches and its Roman site, the fairgrounds, and its famous street market (held on Tuesdays and Saturdays), where you can find all kinds of new and second-hand items. Continue through the city center, passing one of the most important zoos in Europe and stop near Sohail Castle, the city’s top landmark. Your 1-day ticket gives you unlimited access to the hop-on hop-off train tour that runs hourly, on the following itinerary: • Paseo Marítimo (to Torreblanca) • Avenida de las Gaviotas • Avenida Jesús Cautivo • Avenida Jesús Santos Rein • Avenida Juan Gómez Juanito • Calle Camilo Jose Cela • Calle Molino de Viento • Calle Málaga • Avenida Santa Amalia • Avenida Miramar • Avenida Santa...
Immerse yourself in Andalusian culture and history on this day trip from Seville to Ronda and Zahara de la Sierra. After getting picked up from your hotel, begin the scenic journey to Ronda. First, admire the imposing New Bridge, which towers above the city at 98 meters. Next, witness the unique architecture of The Mondragón Palace and Museum before enjoying an audio-guided tour of Ronda's Bullring and museum. Learn about the history of bullfighting in Spain and how Ronda became one of the main cultural centers of the tradition. Continue to Zahara de la Sierra and enjoy panoramic views of the Sierra del Jaral and the turquoise waters of the Zahara-el Gastor reservoir. Wander around this UNESCO-listed village and admire the traditional Andalusian white buildings, as well as monuments such as the Roman Fountain, Nuestra Señora de la Aurora Church, and La Encarnacion Parish Church. At th...
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Nice way to spend 7 hours on a Saturday. You get to wander around Mijas old town for about 1 hr 20 mins, then off to Puerto Banús for a quick look around. Finally you go to the centre of Marbella, where you have 2 hours to see the best bits: the old town and the beach. The multilingual guide is very helpful and is just with you on the bus. Recommended.
Excellent experience. I was surprised by the building and commercial importance of this city. I was fascinated to know the customs and culture of this community. It was very nice to share the food and music of this town.
I couldn’t fault a thing! Everything was perfect! Perhaps we didn’t have much time in each place but that’s the case with organized tours! Awesome guide perfect organization, nice A/C-d bus!
A rich and worthwhile trip - great value. Can safely recommend this trip. Just wish we had more time to take pictures of places and less to shop / market
Had a very nice day, tour guide told a lot about the history. We were given enough time to view everything on our own. Definitely worth it.