Free tour

Free tour Malaga

Meeting time

10:00 AM, 12:00 PM

Meeting point

Plaza del obispo


1h 45mins


One tour per person

If you’ve just arrived in Málaga and are unsure where to start, our tour Walking Tour is the perfect starting point! In just an hour and a half, you will discover the main sights of the historic centre, starting with the Cathedral and finishing in front of the Roman Theatre and the Alcazaba. We will show you the most emblematic monuments and streets of the city as well as the hidden local spots that tourists don’t usually get the chance to see.

Whether you’re in your 20s, 40s, 80s, the tour is perfect for people of all ages! And, of course, your four-legged friends are more than welcome to tag along – the more the merrier!

Reserve a place online or come and find us in Plaza del Obispo!

Meeting Point

Why choose us?

Personal experience

We like to keep our groups small in order to give a personalized tour. The use of illustrations, maps and other audio-visual materials is a very important part of our tours.

100% local tour guides

We want to show you the city as locals know it. Wet will take you to the fishing neighborhood and to the artists’ quarter. Join us for a tour of the real Málaga

Pet friendly

Bring your pets to the tour! We love animals and we think they should have a good time with you! We have the first dog tour guide in Spain!

Short info


10:00AM, 12:00PM


1h 45mins


You set the price of it. The Free Tour concept implies an open price, in other words – you are the one who decides what amount you want to give depending on your level of satisfaction.


English, Spanish, French, Italian, Germany

Meeting point

Plaza del Obispo. Check the map

How to identify the guide

Find your guide with red umbrela.

Tour highlights

Plaza del Obispo

End point

On Alcazabilla street, in front of the Roman Theatre and the Alcazaba.


Suitable for all ages / Wheel chair friendly

Tour rote

The Cathedral of Málaga

The Cathedral of Málaga is an emblem of the city, famous for the fact that it was never finished and was consequently given the charming nickname “La Manquita” (The Little One-armed Lady). Discover why the Cathedral was never finished!

Calle Marqués de Larios

This is the main street of Málaga and is a popular spot for shopping. The construction of this street is linked to a local delicacy – the sweet wine of Málaga! Come and hear the intriguing and amusing tale regarding the eponymous founder of this street, Marqués de Larios!

Market Ataranzas

This is the main market of Málaga and equally loved by tourists and local people. The building was formally a Muslim shipyard, which gives it its name, since ataranzas means shipyard. The building itself is visually stunning, with this unique marriage of 14th century Moorish architecture with 19th century industrial design, completed with a stained-glass window depicting the city’s main landmarks. Come and taste the freshest produce in the city!

San Juan’s Church

This church was once a mosque and has a peculiar structure due to the tower at its main entrance. Find out why the church has the unusual nickname, Church of the Five Balls!

Flowers’ Square

This square was formally the central hub of the prostitute district – but, instead of neon lights, flowers were used! We will also introduce you to the most iconic flower in Málaga…and maybe even dance some flamenco, if you’re lucky!

Constitution Square

Named after the vote for the Constitution in Spain, this is the one of the most emblematic squares in Málaga. This square hosts many public events and celebrations – come and learn about some of the most iconic fiestas in Spain!

Café Central

This is one of the oldest cafés in Málaga and gave rise to a new system for ordering coffee. Learn how to order your coffee like a true malagueño – the locals will be so impressed!

Alcazabilla Street

We finish the tour with the oldest monuments in the city – the Roman Theatre and the Alcazaba. The Alcazaba, which is the Muslim fortress and palace, is central to the history of Málaga and is the reason for which the Christian reconquest of the city was so difficult. Admire the stunning architecture and follow the tour with a glass of the famous sweet wine in El Pimpi, a restaurant partly-owned by our local celebrity, Antonio Banderas!


Abd elkader Abd elhalim
Abd elkader Abd elhalim
09:52 29 Aug 19
It was a nice tour in Alcazaba, a lot of knowledge and fun by Anna the tour guide. highly recommended.
L3onie B
L3onie B
11:38 11 Jul 19
Last week I did the Free Tour of Malaga Adventures and it was awesome!!! I enjoyed it a lot. I really liked the tour guide because she was so friendly, funny and open. She showed us the city in a different way and after the tour I felt almost like a real malageño ;)mehr
Calugher Simona
Calugher Simona
15:04 31 May 19
Had an amazing experience with Malaga Adventures. The guide was very well prepared. The tour was fun and informative. Would definitely recommend doing it on the first days of vacationmehr
Jossy Munro
Jossy Munro
14:36 27 May 19
I went on the free walking tour with Imma and I had a great time! Imma was really friendly and her style was both humorous and informative; there was certainly a lot of laughter during the tour! I learnt a lot about the history and culture of Malaga (and also Andalusia in general), and I think the different stops on the tour were really well chosen. The tour lasted 1 hour 30 mins and was the perfect way of getting an insight into this fantastic city!mehr
Immacolata Calicchio
Immacolata Calicchio
15:23 31 Jan 19
I really enjoy the tour! it was a good way to discover the city and learn a lot of tips about Malaga! Highly recommended!mehr
Laura Watermann
Laura Watermann
13:38 18 Dec 18
Best free tours in Málaga! Not only very entertaining, you also learn a lot about Málaga's most interesting places, its history and hidden charms! I definitely recommend it to anyone visiting Málaga. Also: Ask the guide for recommendations for tapas places, bars, museums etc. Their tips were really useful for me during my stay in the city :)mehr
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Frequently asked questions

What is a Free Tour?

The Free Tour concept implies an open price, in other words – you are the one who decides what amount you want to give depending on your level of satisfaction. Our tours are designed by local guides who love their city and want to show you all it has to offer. Stories, culture, architecture, legends and much more.

Are there Free Tours every day of the year?

Yes! Every day we offer a Free Tour at 10:00 am and 12:00 pm, just join us at Plaza del Obispo (in front of the cathedral). As a general rule when the groups are less than 4 people the tour may be canceled, but no worries – rarely happens.

How do I find you on the Free Tour?

Come to Plaza de la Obispo, in front of the cathedral and look for a guide with the red umbrella. Say hi and start your adventure!

We recommend you arrive 10 minutes in advance.

Where does the Free Tour end?

On Alcazabilla street, in front of the Roman Theater and the Alcazaba.
A perfect place to grab a drink or something to eat!

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