On this Málaga tapas tour, join the locals on their pre-lunch tapas route up Larios Street. Visit Mercado Atarazanas, a traditional fresh market. See the local cheeses, produce, bread and wines on display. Notice how differently Spanish present their fish and meats! Your guide will explain a few basic ingredients for Spanish staples like paella or migas. Continue into the oldest tavern in town to sample fresh seafood. Head into the Old Town for fusion tapas, classic “raciones” and more local gourmet food. As you taste your way through Málaga, you’ll pass the Roman Theater, Alcazaba Fortress, Picasso’s Birthplace and the Cathedral.
This price is for 2 people – if you need a different price, check here: 2019-20 Andalucia Prices
Call us or send us an email with your initial request. Be sure to include dates for your Málaga Tapas Tour, approximate budget per person and information on how you like to travel and what you like to see.
We’ll create a day-by-day trip plan for you to look over. This trip plan can be modified as many times as needed until it’s perfect.
Once you are ready to book, we’ll take a non-refundable 30% booking deposit and start reserving hotels, the best guides, drivers, tickets and activities. You’ll get a specific version of the itinerary with timings, contact information and meeting points. Final payment is 90 days before you arrive.
We’ll have your itinerary, vouchers and tickets waiting at your first hotel as you arrive. While you’re on tour, our team will be available by phone 24-7 for anything you need.
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