Feel the romantic side of Malaga on this 5 hours shore excursion starting from the port. Meet your guide in front of the terminal exit and board your private luxury vehicle.Your will start your tour with a scenic tour of Malaga and your guide will point at the most significants sightseing as well as giving you a general introduction about the city eventful past. After escaping the buzzing streets of Malaga, your minicoach will head right to the very top of the hills and reach the Gibralfaro castle. Built in the 10th century, this fortress sits on the flanks of the Montes de Malaga mountain range surrounding Malaga and as well as being an emblematic symbol of the city, boasts a spectacular view of the Andalusian town and its surroundings including a perfect insight into the bullring! This place was considered as the most impregnable fortress of the peninsula and you will hear about the defining moments in Spanish history that took place there while exploring the gardens, towers and ramparts with your knowledgable guide. Embark your vehicle and go down the hill to enter one of Malaga most beautiful monument: the Alcazaba. The 11th century citadel dates back to Muslims period and has the particularity to display different civilisations features through its proximity with the Roman Theatre and the Aduana customs building. The Alcazaba is considered as being one of the most important Muslim master piece in Spain thanks to its breathtaking patios, gardens and pools, major characterictics of an Arab palace. At this stage you will be immerge into one mof most complete Spanish paintings collection from the 19th century inside a palace from the 16th century, the Carmen Thyssen Museum. Your knowledgeable guide in arts will take you through some of the 240 master pieces exposition. An experience of a life time. We will proceed to another huge highlight of a great day: the glass museum. Inside the 18th century palace can be found over 3000 pieces of glass from different epochs retracing the history of humanity. The exceptional beauty of the place and the intriguing display of pictures, furniture, and decorative objects are often said to act a artful time machine. We will then take a walking tour in Malaga city centre where you will be able to see the Alameda del Parque, Plaza de la Merced, Calle Granada, Iglesia de Santiago, Plaza de la Constitución, Calle Larios and even get inside the Mercado Atarazanas to find out about Andalusian cuisine and vibrant culture.