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Highlights of Malaga: Roman Theater and Alcazaba Guided Tour
- The guided tour introduces the Roman Theater and the Muslim Alcazaba, the two most important relics of the turbulent history of the city of Malaga.
- During a visit to the Theater, travelers will learn the place of the city in the Roman world, first as part of the Roman Republic and then of the Roman Empire.
- Alcazaba is the most important monument of the Arabic rule over the city.
- Travelers climb the vantage point assumed by the fortification, explore its ramparts and admire panoramic views of the cityscape.
- The tour elaborates the Seige of Malaga by the Christian forces during the reconquest against the Muslims.
Is It Suitable for Me?
- You should join the tour if you are interested in the history of Malaga and the Iberian Peninsula.
- Travelers interested in medieval fortifications and ancient structures shouldn't miss the walking tour.
Your Experience With Malaga: Roman Theater and Alcazaba Guided Tour?
- Acquaint yourself with the Roman and Arab rule of Malaga and Spain.
- Tour the Roman Theater and the Muslim Alcazaba, the most important relics of their rule of the city.
- While visiting the Theater, you will hear stories relating to the Roman Republic and, subsequently, the Roman Empire.
- Afterward, follow the tour guide to the Arab Alcazaba, the best preserved such complex in entire Spain.
- From there, admire panoramic views of Malaga and familiarize yourself with the Reconquista, a several-century long reconquest of the Iberian Peninsula by the Christians.
What Malaga: Roman Theater and Alcazaba Guided Tour Includes?
- Guided tour of the Alcazaba and the Roman Theater
- Entries to both attractions
- Roman Theater
- Visit the Interpretation Center at the Roman Theater to learn the customs and practices during the Roman times.
- According to some accounts, the Arabs used the neighboring theater as a quarry for building the Alcazaba.
Travelers Reviews about Malaga: Roman Theater and Alcazaba Guided Tour?
- Travelers share a big satisfaction with the knowledge, affability and professionalism of their assigned guides, recommending each of them wholeheartedly.
- Participants of the tour underline that a visit to the related attractions with a guide offers a significantly higher value than a visit on your own.
- According to the reviews, guides convey the facts and atmosphere of the past times thoroughly and with enthusiasm.
- Some reviewers state that the guided tour widely exceeded their high expectations.
The tour isn't suitable for travelers suffering from limited mobility.
Present a paper or electronic ticket to join the walking tour. Cancel your participation at least 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund.
Things to Consider Before You Go
- Wear comfortable shoes suitable for walking
- Bring water to refresh yourself, especially on hot days.
Address / Pick up Location
Pasaje de Chinitas 11 (an operator's office), Malaga
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