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Church of Santiago: Our most recommended tours and activities

Málaga: 2-Hour Historical Center & Cathedral Tour

1. Málaga: 2-Hour Historical Center & Cathedral Tour

On this guided tour around the historical center and the Cathedral of Málaga, you will meet at Plaza de la Merced, a square with different uses during its history and connected to liberal policy. In this square, you will see the famous Picasso statue near the Pablo Ruiz Picasso Foundation. During the walking tour, discover the city and the historic origins of Málaga. Walk around the most important places such as Calle Granada and Iglesia de Santiago, Plaza de la Constitución, Pasaje de Chinitas, Calle Larios and Plaza del Obispo. There, you will discover the majesty of the Cathedral of Málaga, the most emblematic monument in the city. The real name of this monument is Catedral de la Encarnación, also known as La Manquita.

Malaga: City Highlights Exploration Game

2. Malaga: City Highlights Exploration Game

Become a detective for the day as you solve clues on your phone to navigate your way around the highlights of Malaga. Maximize your time in the city by taking the challenge to complete the game in 2.5 hours, while exploring the sights at your own pace by pausing it at any location. Enjoy the ride as you are transported from Plaza de la Marina to Alcazaba, solving puzzles in order to unlock the next stop on the route. Visit sightseeing spots such as the Casa del Guardia Tavern, the Santiago Church, and other places off the beaten track. Play on your own, with a group, or in competition with another group, and take home memories to treasure.

Malaga City Historical Walking tour

3. Malaga City Historical Walking tour

On this tour, you will visit Historical Places in the city of Malaga. With the tour guide, you will have the chance to discover the legacy of Picasso and the works that are present all around Malaga. You will get stunned by the interesting facts of the Museo Casa Natal de Picasso and Picasso Museum Málaga. What are some of Picasso’s most famous pieces? Why is Picasso so important for the arts? Get ready to experience Museo Casa Natal de Picasso, Picasso’s birthplace from a different perspective. Málaga is a lively city famous for being the birthplace of Pablo Picasso. A charismatic local guide will reveal interesting facts about Malaga’s renowned artistic icon.

Malaga: City Center Guided Walking Tour with Cathedral

4. Malaga: City Center Guided Walking Tour with Cathedral

Join this 2-hour walking tour to see the highlights of Málaga's historic centre. During this tour, you will learn about its history, culture, and impact on modern culture. From the Phoenicians through the Romans, Moors, and Spaniards, a captivating blend of civilizations has shaped Malaga into the varied city it is today. Explore the city and its historic beginnings. Walk through Calle Granada and Iglesia de Santiago, Pasaje de Chinitas, and Plaza del Obispo to see the most prominent sites. There, you will encounter Catedral de la Encarnación, widely known as La Manquita. Discover the magnificence of the Málaga Cathedral, the city's most iconic structure. See the fortress of Gibralfaro. Learn how it was utilized to govern and monitor the whole city of Malaga. Visit Pablo Picasso's birthplace and wander down Alcazabilla Street. Admire the Cathedral's grandeur and learn about its construction. Finish the journey by passing through Constitution Square and Calle Larios, where your local guide will tell you about the history of this commercial street and the significance of Marquis of Larios in Malaga’s more recent history.

Villafranca del Bierzo: Guided Walking Tour

5. Villafranca del Bierzo: Guided Walking Tour

Discover the historic area of Villafranca on a guided walking tour. Visit the iconic Church of Santiago, Camino de Santiago, and many other famous places in the area. You will start the tour in the Church of Santiago apostle, one of the wonders of Romanesque in the region. Know about the history and facts about the place from your guide. Continue through the Castle of the Marquises of Villafranca and reach the famous and historic Water Street. It is one of the most beautiful streets of the town with many palaces, stately homes, wineries, churches, and convents. Finally, you will end the tour by continuing along Calle del Agua to see the Collegiate Church of Santa María, located in a former monastery of the twelfth century.

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What people are saying about Church of Santiago

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 54 reviews

Very informative tour, great to have some of Spain's heritage explained to you in such detail from our tour guide Onat, thank you and both come very highly recommended.

Very friendly guide with a lot of knowledge to offer about Malaga and the cathedral. His english was very good and he pleased all of our wishes

very friendly visit and only three visitors so perfect. the super friendly guide

Loved every second. My host was so interesting and knowledgeable.

All very nice, the girl who accompanied us very clear and kind.