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Malaga: Taste-of-Spain Walking Food Tour

1. Malaga: Taste-of-Spain Walking Food Tour

Tapas are considered to be the main ingredient in Spain's national cuisine, and they are available all over the streets. They display the lifestyle, traditions, and customs of the local people, as well their historical background. Throughout this tour you will visit places that are out of the normal touristic culinary map of Malaga, places that are famous primarily among locals. The tour lasts 3.5 hours and follows a standard touristic route down to small grocers, chefs, and artisans, each with their own personal story and shared passion about national cuisine. You will experience a wide range of delicious and extraordinary tapas dishes and snacks which you can taste on your way throughout the old city. You will also hear the history of Spanish and Malaga cuisine and culture whilst touring around some of the main sites and hot spots of the city.

Malaga: Private Outdoor Spanish Lesson and City Tour

2. Malaga: Private Outdoor Spanish Lesson and City Tour

Enjoy a private Spanish lesson as you explore the streets of Malaga, learning everything you need to make the most of your trip. This personalized experience is tailored to you, so the learning materials and places you'll see depend on your interests and language skills. Immerse yourself in Spanish culture with this interactive experience. If you love Andalusian cuisine, you'll learn about tapas and what to order in a restaurant. If you're a history enthusiast, you'll visit the most important monuments in Malaga. And, of course, you'll learn Spanish along the way. Start this outdoor lesson in a beautiful park near the port. Walk through the streets with your local guide to discover the highlights of this beautiful city. Learn what to say at cafes, restaurants, shops, and other useful phrases as you brush up on your everyday Spanish skills.

Málaga: Flamenco and City Highlights Guided Tour

3. Málaga: Flamenco and City Highlights Guided Tour

You will meet your guide in the city centre, where you go on a walk to explore the historical center of Malaga. Of course, the special attention will be on Flamenco: Learn how places in Malaga played an important role for the history of Flamenco and prepare yourself to learn some facts you definitely did not know before! Visit places of former so called cafes cantantes, where Flamenco performances took place. Here you can hear fascinating about storys of Flamenco singers and concerts in Malaga. You will get to know the origin of Flamenco. Continue to walk along the narrow moorish streets and your guide will show and explain the main monuments of Malaga: The Cathedral of Malaga, the arabic fortress Alcazaba and the Roman Theatre. Also you will see the hidden places of the locals. In the end, your guide will accompany you to the entrance of the flamenco show. There he will make sure you enjoy the best Flamenco in town, even more with all the background information you got on the tour. The Show is done by professional dancers, singers, and players from Granada. A drink is included, so you can relax with your beer or wine while enjoying the show.

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Amazing experience. Very (food) value for money. You really get to know the difference between tourist tapas and really good tapas. And you come to places where you probably don't go as a tourist. And in the meantime also a lot of interesting facts about tapas and Malaga.