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Approximately 4½ Hours
With half a million inhabitants, Málaga is in the center of the Costa del Sol. Many ancient civilizations have left their mark here, evident in Málaga's rich archaeological remains and fascinating monuments.
Visit the beautiful architecture of the Alcazaba Palace -- a historic castle built in the 11th century as a residence for the Arabian caliphs, or kings.
Leave the Alcazaba Palace for a walking tour of the city, guaranteed to stimulate your senses and your appetite. From the coach, admire the ruins of the former Roman theatre, the façade of the Bullring (one of the busiest in Spain), and some interesting and beautiful 19th-century buildings -- City Hall, the Justice Courts and the Central Post Office. You'll also stop briefly in Plaza de la Merced to snap photos of Picasso's birthplace.
Finally, indulge in Málaga's local gastronomic traditions, savoring the ingredients that makes Málaga's cuisine memorable. Three different bars await you for a taste of delicious tapas -- a local way of eating that offers a chance to sample several different small dishes. Iberian ham, paella or Spanish omelet are examples. You'll feel like a local as you indulge in the truly Spanish mealtime traditional of delectable bites.
Please note: Walking is required over inclines, steps, cobblestone, and paved areas. Not advisable for guests with mobility limitations. Minimum age is 18 years.