We'll discover places of Malaga not so touristic which are worth the visit. We'll start by the Alameda Principal, where we'll see the remains of the old Genoese Castle and the Castle of San Lorenzo. We'll visit and old palace and the oldest wineshop in Malaga. Next we'll admire barroque murals and the central market of Atarazanas. We'll follow up the river where you'll know the origin of the German's bridge and we'll visit some archaeological remains under a hotel. We'll continue to discover amazing churches and where the old Roman port was. We'll finish at the most famous Malaga street, the Calle Marques de Larios, where you'll learn its origin and we'll make a detour to see the remains of the palace of the marquis, whom we will say farewell at his commemorative statue. Thanks to virtual reality glasses, you'll be able to travel back in time, visiting Malaga at the 18th and 19th century from different points of view.
I am an architect and passionate about art, history and culture. My interest in travelling made me create my own company, Voilà Málaga, in 2013. This way I could offer experiences in Malaga as I love doing when I travel. Unique and professional visits, with a personal attention and where you get the most of the city. I love Malaga, meeting people from other places and make them love my hometown and be part of it. I speak English, French and Spanish, I'm official tourist guide and I have been given the Tourist Quality Seal given by the Ministry of Tourism.
We'll unveil unique places not so evidents to the tourist: old winerys, barroque paintins, archaeological remains, hidden churches and fascinating stories behind all these places. A travel back in time where we'll meet the coastline at different places from the present to the Roman period, at the 1st century. More info in www.voilamalaga.com
The visit is entirely made on foot but not long distances to walk. Includes places of Malaga not so touristic but well worth the visit.