Do you fancy discovering the most traditional and not so well known Málaga?
In this route we will explore the passage of Chinitas, a commercial passage of the XIX century, to later pass to the Church of the Holy Martyrs, built by the Catholic Monarchs and that is a symbol of the Holy Week in Malaga.
We will approach the Villalón Palace, home of the Carmen Thyssen Museum, and that hides a Roman house in its basement.
The Atarazanas Market will give testimony of commercial life, being formerly a shipyard, and where we will have the pleasure of tasting some local products.
Before returning, we will pass by the famous bridge of the Germans and see the reason for his name.
It is recommended to always book in advance to ensure good service and availability.
Notice: Measures against COVID-19
Due to the health crisis caused by COVID 19, all businesses will be forced to modify their services and ways of carrying them out in order to guarantee maximum security and responsibility to their clients.
In this way, the company(1) commits itself, in accordance with state and regional regulations, to implement the obligatory measures for the correct fulfilment of our activities:
- Each of the guides at the company(1), have received the necessary training with respect to the prevention of health risks and the fight against the virus. A daily follow-up will be carried out by the people in charge to guarantee the application of these safety measures.
- All our team will use gloves and masks for each of the services and will undergo a daily temperature control. Similarly, we will have hydroalcoholic gel for each of our clients.
- Any type of management related to your reservation will be carried out telematically. Therefore, it is not necessary to carry any voucher or document printed.
- Any type of material used by the guides will be disinfected at least twice a day.
(1.- The company means CORDOBA A PIE, GRANADATOURS, SEVILLA A PIE AND MÁLAGA A PIE)