About Alcazaba, Malaga
Alcazaba, Malaga - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Calle Alcazabilla, 2, 29012 Málaga, Spain
Ticket Price: 2 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:30 am - 07:30 pm Details
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A beautiful behemoth constructed during the times of Abd-al-Rahman, the Alcazaba is visible from almost every street of Malaga. Offering jaw dropping views of the city, the climb up to Alcazaba is both exhilarating and breath taking. Standing tall for many centuries, Alcazaba is the older cousin of the Alhambra of Granada and Alcazar of Sevilla.
A great place to take some fantastic photos, the garden of Alcazba is full of gorgeous nooks and crannies. All in all, this monument gives an interesting peek into Roman, Arab and Renaissance culture.
Get to the highest point to this building and witness the panoramic view of the entire city up there. Alcazaba is accessible to the public via Alcazaba Tickets. The Alcazaba Ticket Prices are very cheap and affordable for anyone visiting there. If you are visiting the place for first time, go for Alcazaba Guided Tours. The Alcazaba Tour Prices may vary as well. There are no Alcazaba Ticket Costs during Sunday after a certain time. Visitors buying Tickets for Alcazaba can go joint tickets which will help them save some money. Nonetheless, the place is beautiful and you will not regret it spending money on it.
- Disabled lift available.
- There isn’t enough information explaining the monument’s history. If you wish to learn about the monument, it’s better to hire a guide.
- The Alcazaba also has a vending machine for cold water and soft drinks at very inexpensive prices right within the complex.
- Closed on Jan 1st.
Alcazaba Ticket Prices
- Joint ticket Alcazaba & Gibralfaro: 3.50 euros
- Reduced (Malaga residents, children aged 6-16, students): 0.60 euro
- Free entry Sundays after 2pm.
How To reach Alcazaba by Public Transport
- Nearest public transport: Paseo del Parque ( Ayuntamiento)(Bus number 32, 33, 34, 35)
Restaurants Near Alcazaba
- El Chinitas
- Cafe Madrid
- Pepa y Pepe
- Restaurante Mr.1
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Alcazaba, Malaga Reviews - Write a Review
Alcazaba is a beauty! We guided ourselves up the winding pathways, exploring the books and crannies of the fortification. The views of the bay from the towers are lovely. We also enjoyed the exhibit of pottery excavated from the site. It was an easy enough walk up and down for my 76 year old mother.
Great. Great. Great view of the city. So many towers within Alcazaba that you can take brilliant shots of the city and multiple angles of the city. Of course, the fortress itself is beautiful - make sure to purchase an Audio guide to know more about significance of the architecture and the fortress history - quite insightful.
Es un sitio bonito, con buenas vistas y jardines preciosos. La entrada es muy barata si eres de Málaga o estás empadronado. Además, arriba hay una cafetería en la que tomarte un cafelito mirando Málaga muy a gusto.
A must visit when In Malaga. Well maintained and has an interesting history. Great views from the top and quite a steep walk. Coffee and beers await at the top too!
This was an absolutely amazing site. Great view of Malaga. We walked up the ramp near the Roman amphitheater. I have included several 360 shots from where we walked up. Malaga was one of my favorite locations in Spain.
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