- Pick-up at the meeting point
- Guide route to observe the locations of the typical traditions of Malaga
- Tasting of paired wines with typical tapas
The Holy Week of Malaga was declared of tourist interest in 1980 and each year more than 5 million tourists visit its streets to discover how the tradition mixes with modern influences. Flamenco is also another important cultural element that has manifested over time. Malaga is the birthplace of flamenco, which is demonstrated by its well-known flamenco clubs that bring joy to the streets of historic neighbourhoods in the city.
Malaga is a city where tradition and art are witnessed at every corner. It can be observed through its inhabitants and gastronomy! Holy Week, Flamenco, and the Feria de Malaga (Málaga Fair) are three of the most important components to the culture of the city. On this tour, you will enjoy the traditions and customs that locals have, rooted in their day-to-day lifes by visiting these sacred locations with a local guide! You will also experience another component of the city's history through an exquisite typical meal accompanied with local wine!