What to do in Malaga? Try a Do Eat Better Experience Food Tour
Are you looking for what to do in Malaga, for a unique experience during your holidays in Spain?
Not so far away from Seville (“Sevilla”), it’s one of the most vital cultural cities of the Southern Spain. It still shows the traces of many centuries of Arabic domination.
Best things to do in Malaga
The unique cultural mix in Malaga is based on a fusion of Arabic and European expressions. They’re still strongly present in this city and all over the Andalusia area (“Andalucía”).
Indeed, today you can see the sumptuous fortress Alcazaba with the castle Gibralfaro dominating the hilltop of the town. Down from it, there is an amazing old Roman theatre.
The famous artist Pablo Picasso was born and has lived his childhood in Malaga. He often used the local colourful and lively lifestyle in some his works. For example, he painted of the typical flamenco dance and local doves and bulls. Walking in the picturesque Calle de San Agustín, you can find the Picasso Museum that hosts more than 200 of his works.
Malaga is a charming sea city overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, too.
So, a must thing to do here is to take a walk to Pedragalejo, the lively city seaside rich in restaurants and venues beloved by locals.
In fact, a very good way to learn about this town history and culture is through its food tradition.
If you’re planning a day in this Spanish city, get ready for a Food Tour in Malaga by Do Eat Better Experience, an unforgettable food-based adventure in Spanish taste and tradition.
Walking Food Tour: a new way to discover Malaga
Do Eat Better Experience has planned a new way to discover Malaga over the usual activities.
We offer to you a very special Walking Food Tour, tourist traps free. A Local Food Expert will tell you anecdotes and curiosities and will lead you through the city streets, restaurants, wine bars and cafes.
Choose one of our Food Tours in Malaga: Traditional or Street Food & Market. You will visit the city center and meet new friends.