Malaga is a port city on southern Spain's Costa del Sol, and it is known for its high rise hotels and resorts which was developed due to the existence of its yellow sand beaches. You never can go wrong with a visit to Malaga but the streets of Malaga can be tricky for first-time visitors, which is why hop-on-hop-off tours are designed to provide visitors with the best touring experiences, available at affordable prices. Malaga hop-on-hop-off bus tours not only provide users with great logistics along the best city routes but also enable them to explore famous locations as they make stops at popular landmarks.
Hop-on-hop-off bus tours will make sure that your Malaga experience is hassle-free and easy to get around and see top attraction sites. The Double-decker bus tour runs along two main routes which include; the red route and the green route.
The red route offers users a great opportunity to capture all the best sights in the city of Malaga. Some notable spots along the route include; the Contemporary art centre, the Plaza de la Marina and the Paseo del Parque.
The Bull ring is another interesting place to learn more about Spanish culture, and some other spots include; the popular Castle of Malaga, the Roman Theatre and the Atarazanas market and more.
The green route is a lot shorter than the red, with only five stops, that travels along with the Botanical gardens, Renfe Vialia, EstacÃon Autobuses, Museo del AutomáÌvil, and a stadium that also serves as home to Malaga FC Spanish football club.
Malaga City sightseeing buses are the main and most frequently used hop-on-hop-off bus service providers available in the city. Malaga open bus tours also provide visitors with unique touring activities in an open bus that travels through some of the city's most intriguing routes. Touring through the cities in the above options is a lot more convenient with hop-on-hop-off tour maps, available to visitors for free. The Malaga printable open bus tour maps can be easily accessed from the tour website, and visitors can keep track of their touring scape with bus tour maps. Walking tour maps are also available to visitors to help them track their steps en route walking tours.
A port city is laden with a history that spans about 2,800 years and at the same time bursting with youthful energy. The archaeological relics and monuments from different eras make Malaga an "open museum" for all ages.Read More See Less