Discover the Top 10 attractions in Malaga with Irro-Charter
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Top 10 Attractions

Discover the Top 10 attractions in Málaga with Irro Charter

Top 10 attractions in Málaga with Irro Charter

Known to many as the capital of the Costa del Sol, Malaga is more than just a seaside city. You will learn about the Muslim history of Spain in the magnificent Alcazaba fortress palace, though Pablo Picasso was born here, and there are museums that shed light on his early years. And during the city's popular festivals, you can also get to know the culture of Andalusia, enjoy flamenco shows and quaffing sherry in the part of the world where they originate. Just in case you need to note, Costa del Sol's world-famous beaches, resorts just golf courses could hardly be closer. Start your visit to this beautiful city in the Spain with a chartered bus Airport shuttle by Irro Charter.

Irro Charter is your partner when it comes to group travel, bus rental in Spain, tour bus and airport shuttle in Spain and Malaga in particular. Irro Charter's bus company has been popular in the bus rental business for over 50 years. You should try booking a chartered bus in Malaga with a driver to visit all the landmarks of Malaga quickly, safely and comfortably. We will be at your bus company service with modern and comfortable chartered buses to bring your group to the best places here.

For some recommendations regarding places to have on your trip itinerary when visiting Malaga, please find below the Top 10 bus company tips for Malaga:

Malaga with bullring and harbor. Spain
  1. La Alcazaba

  2. Málaga's Alcazaba, with its strong walls visible from almost anywhere in the region, is a Moorish fortress palace and a precious monument from the Islamic period. It was first erected in the 8th century and extended over the next five hundred years. There are two sets of walls on this hill to defend the inner and outer citadel. Hire a bus with driver at our bus company for your group that brings you to the stunning gardens with fountains and gateways that the Arabs built out of old Roman columns.
  3. Roman Theatre

    Just down the hill, beyond the outer walls of the Alcazaba, is the best ancient monument in town. The theater was in use for about 300 years up to the 200s, but was then forgotten and even used as a quarry during the Moorish period. A tour bus of Irro Charter can bring you there.
  4. Castillo De Gibralfaro

    Like the Alcazaba, this hilltop fortress is above the city. It's a majestic landmark that you might remember from Malaga and the emblems of the broader province. From the Phoenicians more than 2,500 years ago, there has been a fortress here, and this castle was the site of a crucial siege in 1487. Irro Charter’s chartered bus can take care of your group for this trip.
  5. Ataranzas Market

    As with all of Spain, the central market is such a focal point of everyday life in Málaga that you have to see it for yourself. Locals prefer freshness to the stalls at Ataranzas, and because the prices are fair. Come and buy all the regular market produce, such as fruit & vegetables, meat (both raw and cured), cheese, fresh bread and some local honey or sherry.
  6. Málaga Cathedral

    The city's cathedral has taken more than 150 years to build, and so is a mixture of Renaissance and Baroque styles. The facade, for example, was one of the last sections to be completed and is fittingly large, with arches, pillars and stone reliefs depicting saints. The north tower of the cathedral is 84 meters high, second only in Andalusia to La Giralda in Seville. A bus rental at our bus company will make it easier for your group to get there
  7. Parque de Málaga

    When the heat is on, this esplanade is like a dive into undergrowth, and you'll be surprised how cool it can be, even in the summer. The wide, lush fronds of the towering palm trees offer ample shade over the three main walkways. There is also something magical about seeing ornate parts of baroque and renaissance sculptures and fountains surrounded by subtropical plants. In front of the City Council building is a beautiful rose garden, surrounded by orange trees and cypress trees. The chartered bus will be wise partner exploring this wonderful park.
  8. Alcazaba
    Malaga from the Alcazaba, Andalusia, Spain
  9. Automobile and Fashion Museum

    A bus rental wants to introduce you with the historical museum where both guys and girls will find something to admire. There are 100 classic cars for the guys, including Maseratis, Cadillacs, Aston Martins and Bugattis. The collection goes back to the early years of car travel with the De Dion Bouton from 1903. When you ride through the decades, from the roaring 20s to the 1950s, the Dolce Vita period, the museum adds historical background to the show's models.
  10. Málaga Football Club

    La Rosaleda, a wonderful stadium with a capacity of 30,000, is situated in the northern suburbs. The home town, Málaga CF, has been in the Primera Division for almost a decade. For a time, Málaga endured a massive investment from its Qatari owner, which propelled them to the Champions League, but he stopped pouring money into the club and they fell back a little.
  11. Espetos

    If you want to try a dish that is totally local, then you can't go wrong with espeto (grilled sardine) in a nearby chiringuito (beachfront bar). The traditional way to do this is to dig a hole in the sand and make a pit, then toast the sardines over the embers. Large, thick canes are generally used to skewer the sardines, and when they're finished, you can enjoy them with a pinch of lemon and a glass of white wine. There's a statue of the "Espetero" cooking sardines on the Paseo Marítimo de Antonio Machado in Málaga.
  12. Feria De Agosto

    Málaga is a great city to visit at any time of year, but in August it's a little more unique. In medieval times, it was one of the last cities on the Iberian Peninsula to return to Christian rule after the Islamic period. Málaga took place on 14 August 1487, and this event is celebrated every year on the third week of August by a week-long festival.

Let's hope that our suggestions for your Malaga transport can help you schedule your vacation in Malaga. Malaga is the perfect place to spend a few days in, with a variety of places to visit. Irro Charter will assist you in every step of the way to meet your transport needs. Trust our skills and knowledge in the bus rental industry and encourage us to provide the best possible tour bus rental services for your ride. Ask for your airport shuttle and charter bus service. Our new fleet of charter busses is state-of-the-art and offers all the amenities you need. The Irro Charter bus company offers skilled and friendly drivers as well as a helpful tour bus booking team.

Karsten von Holten

Karsten von Holten - Author

Bus Charter Expert

Irro Blog

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