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Museo Picasso Málaga: Ticket & Audioguide

1. Museo Picasso Málaga: Ticket & Audioguide

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, ceramics, and graphic work, from his first academic studies to his personal Neoclassical perspective, from the overlapping forms of Cubism to his experiments in ceramics, and from his interpretation of the Old Masters to his last paintings of the 1970s. Purchase a combined ticket and you will also get access to the museum’s temporary exhibitions. The temporary exhibitions change on a regular basis.  Break for a snack in the garden café of the Palacio de Buenavista, a perfect place to end your visit with an appetizer, lunch, or a drink in one of the nicest spots in Málaga. The upcoming temporary exhibitions are : The Paris of Brassaï. Photographs of the City Picasso Loved: October 2021-April 2022

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Malaga: Traditional Flamenco Show in Tablao Los Amayas

2. Malaga: Traditional Flamenco Show in Tablao Los Amayas

Enjoy an authentic live flamenco show in the capital of the Costa del Sol. For 70 minutes, immerse yourself in the unique sensations of this artform, recognized by UNESCO as Cultural and Intangible Heritage of Humanity in 2010. Experience flamenco in a 19th-century palace with luminous decoration and adapted to the new times, with a capacity for just 80 people. Sit in typical Andalusian chairs in the form of an amphitheater around the stage, making the show intimate, close, and direct. Complement your experience with a traditional tapas dinner.

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Hammam in Malaga: Bath and Relaxing Massage

3. Hammam in Malaga: Bath and Relaxing Massage

Enjoy a traditional Arab bath at the Hammam Al Andalus in Malaga, and experience the incredibly relaxing feeling of temperature contrasts as you take a dip into hot, warm, and cold baths. Have a purifying sweat in the steam room and relax with a cup of green mint tea in the lounge. Feel free to alternate between the baths and steam rooms, and the lounge area where you can listen to relaxing Andalusian music and sip your mint tea in peace. Your day in this traditional bath also includes a relaxing massage with aromatic essential oils that you can pick out yourself. There are 15-minute or 30-minute options available for the massage.

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Malaga: Museo Automovilistico Ticket and Tour

4. Malaga: Museo Automovilistico Ticket and Tour

Located in the spectacular “La Tabacalera” building, a former tobacco factory built in 1923 and now converted to an imaginative car museum, the Museo Automovilistico in Malaga offers a fantastic combination of history, art, and culture. With this pre-booked entrance ticket, you can choose to explore the museum’s magical collections on your own, or add on an optional guided tour for some professional commentary. Whichever you choose, you will have access to all the collections, divided into themed areas. Walk through the past, present and future of automobile design, including some rare late 19th-century models, and vehicles designed to run on alternative energy sources. Marvel at the stylish cars of the “Roaring ‘20s” and avant-garde cars that were ahead of their time. Not everything is cutting-edge and off-the-wall however. A collection of 9 of the world’s most popular cars through history brings you back to earth, and includes an immaculate Austin Seven, Morris Minor, and 1960s Velorex. Every Sunday at 12:30 you can enjoy the activity “Running the Engines”. Some of the vehicles of the collection are started, and you have the chance to listen to the engines and to find out their power!

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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.

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Málaga: Center Pompidou Málaga Ticket

6. Málaga: Center Pompidou Málaga Ticket

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 Pompidou Málaga becomes a living, participative installation, in which the workshops, training and dissemination activities generate a strong sense of creative community. This equipment reaffirms, among its missions and priorities, to constitute a platform for exchanges between society and contemporary creation.

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Malaga: Traditional Andalusian Bath and Ritual

7. Malaga: Traditional Andalusian Bath and Ritual

Relive a piece of Andalucia's rich history at a traditional bath house, complete with classic Moorish architecture, local flavors and smells, a range of traditional massage techniques, and a careful selection of true Andalusian music. This session includes a traditional kessa massage, in which you'll lie on a hot stone table for 15 minutes, while your skin is covered with red grape soap suds and scrubbed with a cotton fiber glove (kessa). The scrubbing will cleanse your skin of any dirt and residues, and will be followed by a relaxing 15-minute massage. You'll be left feeling completely rejuvenated and fully relaxed. You can also spend some time relaxing in the various different baths of cold, hot, and warm water, as well as the steam room and lounge where you can enjoy a delicious mint green tea.

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Málaga: Alcazaba, Cathedral, and Roman Theater Guided Tour

8. 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 and the Alcazaba of Malaga, which served as a protective wall of the city. Make your way to Malaga City Hall, and along the way walk through the tree-lined avenue Paseo del Parque. To finish the tour, there is no better place than Pier 1, the new open-air shopping center that offers enviable views of the city.

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Malaga: Picasso’s Birthplace Museum Entrance Ticket

9. Malaga: Picasso’s Birthplace Museum Entrance Ticket

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.

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Málaga: Carmen Thyssen Museum Ticket

10. Málaga: Carmen Thyssen Museum Ticket

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 paintings are on display. Adjoining the palace are various new buildings designed in a contemporary style to house the permanent and temporary exhibitions. From its outset the Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza collection has been admired for its wide-ranging scope and rigorous quality, presenting a comprehensive survey of 19th-century Spanish painting genres, with a particular focus on Andalusia.

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What people are saying about Málaga

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4.4 / 5

based on 1,863 reviews

This was the most fantastic tour I’ve ever had! Very personable driver who spoke fluent English was waiting for me at cruise terminal and whisked me away to Alhambra where I met my guide who was fluent in Arabic as well as English, and very knowledgeable in Islamic culture and history, which enabled him to provide detailed explanations of the Alhambra’s unique design, artwork and symbolism throughout the palaces. Tour time also allowed me to explore Granada’s old town before being returned to ship. I highly recommend.

Basically it is a couple of pools of warm water, a small steam room and a couple of cold pools. It was not enough for achieving a good tempreture contrast compare to places like Korean or Russian spa. Massages upstairs were good, and it's better to have a longer version - 30 min.

One hour show, excellent! One female and one male dancers, one singer and one guitar player. Excellent, quick show of professional flamenco dancing…enjoyed Rioja Spanish wine and croquettes while watching the show. Great venue, food, wine, and performance…highly recommend!!

Beautiful cars and i love the display of dresses from the same era! Very well thought of and great learning!

Very good atmosphere, well presented and nice dances... Recommend