Roman Theater, Malaga
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  • Málaga: Roman Theatre and Alcazaba Guided Tour

    1. Málaga: Roman Theatre and Alcazaba Guided Tour

    Journey through time on a guided tour of the Roman Theater (Teatro Romano) and Alcazaba in Málaga. Travel back to the days of Augustus, considered the 1st emperor of the Roman Empire from 27 BC until his death in AD 14. Situated in the cultural heart of Málaga, the ruins lie at the foot of the Alcazaba and is the oldest monument in the city. Learn the history of the theater before moving on to the best-preserved alcazaba in Spain. Enter the historic citadel to climb the walls and cross the former chapel of the Puerta del Arco de Cristo. Discover the beautiful Patio de Armas and get amazing views of the city from the top of the hill. Hear what the building was used for and how it evolved over time, following the 15th-century Siege of Málaga during the Reconquista and beyond. Marvel at the vistas of the Fortaleza de Gibralfaro, built in the 14th century to house the troops and protect th...

    We had a small English speaking group of 6. Virginia was our guide - very knowledgeable of the history and communicated with ease. Thank you! Great tour, highly recommended.+++

  • Malaga Bike Tour - Old Town, Marina & Beach

    2. Malaga Bike Tour - Old Town, Marina & Beach

    This bike tour of Malaga heads off from the central Plaza de la Marina for a 3-hour ride around the city’s main attractions. Riding with a fun and professional guide, you will get personalized service as you tour famous sites like the Roman Theater, Picasso's birthplace, and Malaga Cathedral. And don't worry, Malaga's roads and paths are lovely and flat, making for easy riding.  Suitable for all ages, stop every few hundred meters for sightseeing and to rest your legs. While you ride, your guide will show you the historic details of Malaga and tell fascinating facts about the day-to-day life of this busy seaside city. See symbolic places such as the Castle Gibralfaro and Semana Santa Museum, and enjoy riding along the lovely beach promenade facing Mediterranean Sea.

    To tell the truth I was a little worried about going on this experience due to the fact I cannot remember when I last rode a bike but I knew my husband would love it so with hesitation I booked it Jessie our tour guide couldn’t have been more considerate! He was always looking behind him to make sure we were all keeping up and more importantly staying safe To my amazement I can honestly say I loved every minute Well worth every penny Highly recommended

  • Málaga: Alcazaba, Cathedral, and Roman Theater Guided Tour

    3. Málaga: Alcazaba, Cathedral, and Roman Theater Guided Tour

    Get to know the best places in the city in depth on this guided Malaga tour with tickets to the main attractions. Start the tour in the Plaza de la Marina, one of the central points in the city. Here, depending on the time, enjoy one of the many food fairs that are held there throughout the year. Then, walk along the great Calle Larios, the main artery of Malaga with your guide. Next, visit the Plaza de la Constitución, home to many events and the Malaga Fair. Here you'll take a detour to see one of the greatest treasures: the Cathedral of Malaga. Known worldwide, the Cathedral is one of the most beautiful buildings on the tour. Find out lots of interesting facts including why it's called La Manquita. Continue to Plaza del Obispo and visit Antonio Banderas' favorite place to eat, El Pimpi. Enjoy a good Malaga wine and delicious fish. Right next to El Pimpi is the iconic Roman Theater...

    Good tour! Very informative and insightful to the history of Malaga. However I would have appreciated a break in between to eat and drink, because the tour was quite long without a break.

  • Malaga: City Tour by Electric Tuk-Tuk

    4. Malaga: City Tour by Electric Tuk-Tuk

    Embark on an electric tuk-tuk tour of Malaga and discover some of the main highlights of the city. Enjoy the perfect introduction to Malaga as your guide recommends places to visit during your stay. Admire the exterior of some of Malaga's most iconic landmarks including the Gibralfaro Castle, the Alcazaba, and the Pompidou Museum. Ride through La Malagueta Beach, the Contemporary Art Centre, and Marina Square. See the Port of Malaga, the Bank of Spain, and La Malagueta bullring. Explore the streets of Malaga, ride through Merced Square, and pass by the Picasso Museum.

    Great guide.knowledgeable and fantastic fun. Very passionate about his Malaga. Would recommend him to anyone

  • Málaga: 3-Hour Complete Walking Tour with Tickets

    5. Málaga: 3-Hour Complete Walking Tour with Tickets

    Enjoy a guided 3-hour walk around Málaga, beginning at Plaza de la Merced, one of the city’s most important squares. You’ll see the statue of Picasso, and hear about the origins of the city. Continue your walk to the most emblematic sites, including Plaza de la Constitución, Calle Lario, and La Plaza del Obispo. Enter the Cathedral, also known as La Manquita. Your guide will show you a number of picturesque locations, and you’ll stop to enjoy one of Málaga’s typical wines. The last stop is a visit to the Teatro Romano and the Alcazaba, where you'll have panoramic views from inside the monument.

    The tour was particularly interesting because of the knowledge and attentiveness of the guide who was very responsive to what I wished to know.

  • Malaga: 1.5-Hour Walking Tour

    6. Malaga: 1.5-Hour Walking Tour

    In just 1.5 hours, discover the main sights of the historic center of Málaga. Begin with the cathedral, later finishing in front of the Roman Theatre. Throughout your experience, travel around Malaga with a local guide whilst discovering the main monuments of the city and learning its history, tradition, and curiosities. Learn about the cathedral, Calle Larios, Constitution Square, Picasso, the Roman Theatre, and the Alcazaba. Traveling further, visit the main market of the city: the Atarazanas Market. Whilst there take a short break inside, allowing you to discover some of its local products.

  • Malaga: Private Tour With Local Guide

    7. Malaga: Private Tour With Local Guide

    Founded by the Phoenicians around 770 B.C., Málaga is one of the oldest cities in the world. It has been inhabited by a large number of civilizations, such as the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Visigoths, Muslims and Christians.   Your local guide will pick you up at a meeting point of your choice in the city center. From there begin the guided tour through Málaga exploring the most important monuments and attractions of the historic city center. Start at the main market so that you can experience the most lively part of the city firsthand, while your guide tells you about the cuisine and typical local products. From there, enter the old town, walking through the most important streets and squares such as Calle Larios and Plaza de la Constitución. While walking around Málaga,  discover stories, interesting facts and legends of the city from your local guide. The guide will take y...

    We had a great tour with Javier. He was extremely knowledgeable and very funny as well. We recommend this tour very highly.

  • Alcazaba and Nasrid Palace in Malaga

    8. Alcazaba and Nasrid Palace in Malaga

    Learn about the history of Islamic Malaga on this 1-hour guided tour of the Alcazaba and Nasrid Palace with skip the line ticket. A specialist and historian guide will lead you around the vast complex, dating back more than 1000 years. Marvel at a magnificent mix of Islamic art and culture. Once the tour is confirmed, you have to send your meeting time, and then you will start our visit from the entrance area, which is close to the Plaza de Aduana and the Roman theatre in Calle Alcabazilla. You will pass through the Puerta de la Bóveda (Gate of the Vault), a typical Moorish puerta en recodo (a defensive castle entrance designed to delay the arrival of attackers - after entering through an arch, they come up against a blank wall, and have to make a sharp turn to gain access to the next part of the fortress). A little higher up, you'll pass through the Puerta de la Columnas (Gate of the Co...

  • Málaga: 3-Hour Private Sightseeing Treasure Hunt

    9. Málaga: 3-Hour Private Sightseeing Treasure Hunt

    Whether travelling as a couple, a family with children or travelling in a group - there is no better way to discover and fall in love with beautiful Málaga than on a private sightseeing treasure hunt tour. The treasure hunt takes you where bus and bicycle tours just can’t go. You will explore 10 beautiful and exciting Málaga sights in your private group. At the beginning of the Málaga city tour, the event guide will welcome you with a short introduction and equip you with the treasure hunting bag containing a modern compass, a treasure book, and some other fun gadgets for you to become a real city treasure hunter. After doing one station together with the event guide, you are independently on your own. On a 3-hour private sightseeing treasure hunt tour, you will enjoy the historic center of Málaga navigating yourself with the modern compass and the treasure book. The tour will lead you...

    It is not easy to find an activity that will satisfy 4 adults and an 8 year old child but we found one with the Malaga Treasure Hunt. The experience is enormous fun, imaginative and engaging. It gives a great overview of many of the main points of interest in Malaga City while also uncovering some of the lesser known and fascinating facts/histories and legends that bring a place to life. The hunt is set up brilliantly — in our group we were able to hand over leadership to our wisest and youngest member and follow her as she navigated the city. At the same time, some of the puzzles were intriguing enough to give the adult members of the group pause for thought.

  • Málaga: Private Half-Day Walking Tour with Tapas

    10. Málaga: Private Half-Day Walking Tour with Tapas

    Start from Plaza la Marina where you can enjoy stunning views of the Port of Málaga and the Historic Quarter. Then move on to Mercado Atarazanas (Ataranzas Market), so called because it occupies the site where the Nasrid shipyards stood.  Calle Larios and Plaza la constitución make up the iconic Calle Larios, Málaga's main shopping street where the world's leading brands have their stores. Next, follow it as far as Plaza de la Constitución, to the heart of the city's historical quarter. See the Alcazaba, which built between the 11th and 15th century and was the fortress-palace of the Moorish rulers. It is located on the site of an earlier Phoenician building at the foot of Mount Gibralfaro, a privileged spot overlooking the city. Admire the Roman Theater, which regained its use as a performance space after its recent restoration. After some free time, visit the famous "el Pimpi" resta...

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What people are saying about Roman Theater, Malaga

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 678 reviews

Well organised tour with a very well informed and engaging guide (Julio) who spoke English well and had a good sense of humour. Lots of historic anecdotes to relay to my family that evening. Recommended.

We had a small English speaking group of 6. Virginia was our guide - very knowledgeable of the history and communicated with ease. Thank you! Great tour, highly recommended.+++

Had a fantastic tour of Malaga city and all its historic sights. Kevin was so knowledgeable! Absolutely loved it! Would definitely recommend this tour!!

Great guide.knowledgeable and fantastic fun. Very passionate about his Malaga. Would recommend him to anyone

Very interesting. Super friendly guide! I enjoyed it a lot