Alcazaba of Málaga
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Alcazaba of Málaga tickets and tours

The Alcazaba of Málaga is one of Spain’s most impressive and important remains of Muslim architecture and design that can be visited today. While ther...

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Málaga has been a city in which two great civilizations such as Roman and Muslim have left their mark. On this tour, you will start visiting...

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Discover Malaga with a free tour! Come and learn about the most important events in Malaga's history. The birth of the city with the arrival...

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Complete guided visit around the city of Málaga, perfect for those who want to know the story of the city in depth and visit its main monume...

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Almost 1000 years old, this muslim fortress is the perfect excuse to learn about the history of Málaga. A long story to be told since its in...

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Discover Málaga with an exclusive 3 hour bike tour: get ready to explore this incredible city, all while learning its long and rich history ...

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The Alcazaba of Málaga is one of Spain’s most impressive and important remains of Muslim architecture and design that can be visited today. While there are often exhibitions inside, the exterior of the palace with its gardens is worth a visit in and of itself. With its own Roman Amphitheater, this complex originally built as a citadel offers a unique look into Malaga’s Roman and Arab influenced past. Extensively restored since its creation between 1057 and 1063, the palace is a beautiful place to visit with its traditional horseshoe arches, wandering paths lined by citrus trees, flowing fountains and rich history to share with visitors today.

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Alcazaba of Málaga Calle Alcazabilla, 2, 29012 Málaga, Spain Málaga
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