Your trip to Málaga starts here!
This charming and cosmopolitan city is blessed with lots of sunshine and a special light. It is located on a beautiful Bay in southern Andalusia and is characterized by its broad avenues decorated with palm trees, its vibrant nightlife, important museums and many excellent restaurants. Because of its location on the coast most restaurants’ expertise is in the range of delicious fish dishes.
Today this friendly, beautiful and lively city enchants tourists from all over the world with its impressive buildings, bustling shopping streets and many events. Traditionally it is a very sought after bustling port city, which gives a history full of dominations and conquests. This gives a nice clear timeline in its buildings and works of art, captivating people through the many stories that the city can tell. The city also attracts annually about 35000 foreign students for learning the Spanish language.
Day programmes are fully customizable to your liking. Check especially inquire into the challenging educational programmes in & around Málaga. Host families are available through the whole city. We will ask you to indicate your preferred district with your application.
Your custom programme
Our programmes are fully customizable. Standard day programmes contain the most requested attractions.
If, after seeing one of our standard day programmes want to adjust something, you can easily consult with your personal travel agent to apply a change.
The best way the reach Valencia is by plane. If you prefer coming by bus, we will create for you a quote upon request. It is also advisable to make intermediate stops at a bus trip in, for example, Paris. Also for this we can tailor a programme. Ask for the options with your personal travel agent. For English-speaking clients this is Barrie Nispeling.
Multiturismo try to make the process as easy as possible for you. We have a clear step-by-step plan to guide you through the process. This will also be gone through in detail with your personal travel agent.
Click here for an overview: “Your complete trip in 6 easy steps“.
If interested, you can easily request a quotation without any obligation. For this you can use the form quotation request. You can expect a response within 1-2 business days.
ACTIVITIES IN MÁLAGA .
The following activities can be added to your day trip Málaga. If you want to build yourself a day programme you can choose from the selection below!
- MUST VISIT
- WORKSHOPS / COURSES
The inhabitants of Málaga are very proud of the fact that Picasso was born here. Undeniably, it was a great day when the King and Queen of Spain opened the Museo Picasso on 27 October 2003. On the first day the museum nearly had 2,000 visitors. It is situated in the heart of the historical centre of the city, with the Alcazaba fortress in the background and the Gibralfaro Castle nearby. To the importance of the works of the great artist, this beautiful old building has been carefully restored.
Whether you’re interested in wine, archeology, cars, glass, contemporary art or 19th century painting, you will certainly find at least one museum in the city that knows how to arouse your interest. Most visitors go to the Málaga Picasso museum and his house. However, the city has so much more to offer. As the wine museum, where you can learn about the own wines of Málaga, the Automobile Museum, with a surprising fashion section for the non-car-fans, and the glass and Crystal Museum, which also antique furniture and paintings, all organized by epoch.
In and around the city is plenty to experience. Multiturismo has access to virtually the entire offer in Malaga and can add it to your daily program. Below is a small selection of the most popular attractions:
Muelle Uno is not your average Mall. The open-air shopping center on the waterfront offers an impressive range of shops. Different dining options to the sea with a beautiful view.
La Alcazaba is the most important milestone of Málaga. It offers views of the city from a hill in the Interior. It is one of the two Moorish fortresses in the city, the other is the Castillo de Gibralfaro above. La Alcazaba is the best preserved Moorish fortress/Palace in Spain.
The Interior of the Cathedral has influences of the Renaissance and Baroque styles. It was built between 1528 and 1782 near the site of a former mosque. While the original plans had allowed for two towers, due to lack of funds led to the completion of only one, as a result, the name under which the Cathedral is affectionately called: La Manquita, “an armed woman”.
Opened on March 28, 2014 is the pop-up Pompidou housed in El Cubo, a cube-shaped glass structure in Malaga port and buildings next to it. Works in the collection of the Centre will include 20th century masterpieces. The Pompidou Málaga will be the example of the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, with works from 1905 to the present day, and is the only branch of the museum outside France.
Castillo de Gibralfaro
This beautiful 10th-century castle is located on a high hill overlooking Málaga city and port. You can see the Castle from a distance. The castle is famous for its three-month siege by the Catholic monarchs, Ferdinand and Isabella, which was only ended when the hunger forced the Malaguenos to surrender.
The “Casa Natal”, either the birthplace of the world famous artist Pablo Ruiz Picasso, is an official heritage site since 1983. It is located in the Plaza de la Merced, in the heart of the historic centre of Málaga. The area is surrounded by monuments from the rich past of Málaga.
Plaza de la Merced
This square is considered one of the best squares in Málaga. Also a popular meeting point in the evening and the various events that take place here from time to time. On the north side a number of terraces with orientation on the Sun and on the northern corner is the House where Picasso was born what is now a museum.
The Málaga city park which is next to the “Paseo del Parque” runs, was made at the end of the 19th century of land reclaimed from the sea. The park has beautiful tropical flowering trees and shrubs. Many of the special and exotic species were brought from overseas, including Cuba, when Málaga was an important world trade centre.
Enjoy the Andalusian cuisine with all your senses and discover the inner chef in this unique and fun experience. Enjoy the smells, textures and flavours of the best products of the season. During the workshop you will learn from the chef the techniques and tricks of the trade that will help you to make delicious Paella or Tapas. At the end of the workshop, there is only one thing to do: enjoy your tapas and match this with fine Spanish wines and cava ´ s. ¡ Buen provecho!
Where you learn a language faster than in the country itself? The lessons are in Spanish or in English. Experience by a Spanish teacher lesson is given on a real language Institute. In concert, the level on the Group matched, so that the lessons for everyone to follow. During class only activities to challenging.
The dance Rumba has its origins in Africa and is in the original by the man in an aggressive manner, while the woman a defensive position. The name Rumba is Spanish and literally means “Party”. The dance has become a very internationally known dance and knows his various versions. Similarly in Spain is this magical dance in a typical way. Learn the basics and enjoy!
During the mosaic workshop with clay, make not only knowledge but you will learn the various leg-and painting techniques. Learn how you work with the colors by a professional. Clay kneading, turntable and paint are part of the workshop. Ultimately determines whether your design is good enough for sale.
Would you like to a typical Spanish dance to master? Let you lead by a professional dance teacher and create the Foundation for a good flamenco dancer (es). Learn the rhythms, steps and attitude within short time. Who knows, maybe there somewhere though a flamenco King (in) in you.
ACTIVE IN THE CITY
Also for some variety in the cultural & educational trips, you can count on us. In order to be able to burn some energy, we offer excursions in Malaga, such as:
– Paintball at one of the many great outdoor playgrounds,
– Swimming in outdoor water park,
– Karting on the indoor karting course,
– And guided bike tours of the area.
The Sea Life Aquarium of Malaga has all kinds of marine life, with a variety of species. There are 2000 sea creatures. It also has a section dedicated to life at sea, such as ships and other fishing equipment. It is extremely suitable for school groups. You can sea horses, reef sharks, rays, green turtles, Angelfish, clown fish, starfish and much more up close view.