Essential to any Malaga trip is a visit to Granada and its stunning Alhambra Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Luckily, this stunning Andalucian city is just an easy day trip away. To help you find the right tour for you, here are your options.
Malaga Park (Parque de Malaga)
Paseo España, 2, Málaga, Andalucia
Admission is free, and the park is open 24/7. It is best accessed on foot along the seafront; alternatively take EMT bus no 14 to Paseo de Parque.
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Great information in advance, wonderful guide, fun stops and just a great experience :-) Loved that the route made it possible to stop at nice places, also for food.
Bettina_A, May 2022
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