Palacio Episcopal Centro de Arte
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Bike Tour of Malaga: Tapas and Wine

1. Bike Tour of Malaga: Tapas and Wine

Take a guided tour of Malaga by bike complete with tapas and wine! Boquerones al vinagre, pipirrana de pulpo, porra antequerana or patatas bravas con vino dulce – that's how you order traditional tapas in Malaga! Try these delicious Spanish specialties yourself! The tapas and wine tour of Malaga offers you an exciting culinary and cultural trip through one of the most beautiful cities of Andalusia. First, you will have a chance to admire the most famous sights of Malaga, before you reach the main marketplace, where your appetite for tapas is sure to be sated. After sampling a few delicacies, you will go on through the city. The end of the tour will be sweetened by a taste of the world-famous dessert wine, Vino Dulce, in a typical Andalusian bodega. This tour caters to the particular wishes of the participants – you yourself can decide what major highlights you want to experience. Enjoy tapas in an authentic tapas restaurant in the historical center.

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Malaga: 3-Hour Food Walking Tour

2. Malaga: 3-Hour Food Walking Tour

If you dream of exploring Spain with all 5 senses, then this is the tour for you! Taste the best of Malaga and Spain, and learn from a local what makes Spanish food culture unique and special. This tour combines a lovely walking tour with an emphasis on food! This 3-hour tour is ideal for a shore excursions or city break. Solo travelers, children, vegetarians, families, couples, and friends are all welcome, with no minimum group size required. You will explore a traditional market and taste local specialties at some of Malaga’s most traditional places. Enjoy all kind of tastings and an unforgettable experience of authentic and tasty Spain! Your discovery of Spain’s food starts in Calle Larios, one of Malaga’s liveliest streets. This beautiful street with stunning 19th century architecture is the place to see and be seen. One of the most vibrant streets in Malaga, it is the 5th most expensive street in Spain. After a nice walk you will reach the first stop with chocolate and churros (traditional pastry that you have to dip in very rich chocolate). From here you will visit a local market, enjoy some food tastings, and walk through the historical areas to see the Moorish Citadel, the Renaissance Cathedral, the Roman Amphitheater, Picasso’s sights, and much more. Enjoy a tasting of Iberian ham and Manchego cheese along with some fresh seasonal fruit. End the tour on a sweet note with a typical local ice cream made of turrón (roasted almonds, cinnamon and honey).

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Malaga: Tapas Tasting Tour

3. Malaga: Tapas Tasting Tour

Discover the diverse food scene of Malaga on a small group tapas tasting tour of the city center, and sample a selection of small snacks typical in Spain. Visit the historic Atarazanas Market (Mercado Central de Atarazanas) to soak up the amazing sights and scents. Breathe in the aroma of seasonal produce from the region, chat with the stall holders, and taste some of their wares. Stroll through the Old Town with your foodie guide and sample up to 7 tapas dishes at 4 popular stops. Learn about the local ingredients, and explore the history of the city as you treat your taste buds to Spanish wines, Iberian ham, pil- pil prawns, and much more.

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Tapas Cooking Workshop & Market Visit

4. Tapas Cooking Workshop & Market Visit

‘Tapas’ are very popular and a rooted tradition all over Spain, besides being a global culinary icon. They are small delicacies that are meant to be savored and shared in a relaxed atmosphere. Now you can learn how to cook different tapas! This activity begins with a visit to the vibrant Atarazanas Market, where a Food Sherpa-an expert in local gastronomy-will accompany you to discover the most surprising seasonal products of our region. Since this is a complete gastronomic experience, it will be there where you will choose some of the ingredients for the workshop later on. The large and modern kitchen is less than a 5 minutes’ walk away from the market, in the Art District. The team will teach you in a didactic, enthusiastic and participative way how to prepare traditional recipes, “classics” of our gastronomy, to enjoy as well the experience of having tapas or “tapear”. You will see how to make the best entree with Iberian ham, traditional cod “tostón” or “ensalada malagueña”, pil-pil prawns, a surprising almond sauce or how to flip a spongy tortilla. To accompany all of these tidbits, the team will select an excellent wine of the region.

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What people are saying about Palacio Episcopal Centro de Arte

Our guide was amazing! He showed us so many sites and made lots of recommendations for us to do during our stay! He made the tour worth it and so interesting! He even catered it to us since it was just our family. I highly recommend this tour!

It was great fun!! Victor was a very nice and fun guide. We learned a lot about the city and met a lot of locals as Victor himself grew up in Malaga. Nice to see the city through his eyes. The food was also delicious! 100% recommended.

This is a great tour of you want to discover some great bars and restaurants. Javi was a lovely guide, mixing information about food with the history of Malaga. Well worth the money

It was fun, the group was great. A short tourist tour of central Malaga

Fun, informative tour! Pleasant, energetic guide (Naomi), with humor.