Picasso Tour Malaga

The beautiful old town and birthplace of Picasso


  • A visit (with audio guides) of the Picasso Museum to explore the artist’s life and this extraordinary collection
  • Visit an old bodega or tavern in the heart of the Old Town for an aperitivo
  • Familiarise yourselves with Old Town Malaga and see for yourselves why this city has enjoyed a surge in popularity


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6 hours
Best Time To Visit:
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Sept, Oct, Nov, Dec
Tour Dates/Days:
Group Size:
Min: 2
Max: 20
Picasso Museum

Tour Summary

We are dubbing it the Picasso Effect – Malaga’s most famous son (apart from Antonio Banderas, of course) is still creating a buzz in his hometown, and you will experience the charm of this seaside city up-close and personal. As well as the Picasso Museum, you will see Roman and Phoenician ruins that attest to Malaga’s ancient past.

In a stark juxtaposition, these mementos of antiquity sit alongside the Moorish fortress, flanked by hip cafes and bars. Malaga certainly has a very strong beating pulse.

You will stroll through the elegant Old Town with its plethora of shops, bars and restaurants and, nearby, a marina. You will sip a Sherry in one of its more longstanding taverns and then sit down to a delicious lunch (price not included). Quite a day to remember!

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  • Visit the Picasso Museum in the beautiful Palacio Buenavista (with audio guides)
  • Enjoy a local wine or sherry in a traditional bodega
  • Stroll the narrow streets of the Old Town soaking up the city’s atmosphere
  • Taste the delicious local foods (lunch not included in the price)


Your guide will meet you at a pre-arranged meting point.

Malaga has direct flights from the USA and major European cities.

You can also reach Malaga via public transport from Fuengirola, Torremolinos or Benalmadena on the local train (runs every 20 minutes).

From the east of Malaga, the city can easily be reached by bus.


Malaga has direct flights to the USA and major European cities


Please enquire for prices

As TOMA & COE is a bespoke travel agency working with private clients and small groups, prices may vary slightly according to the time of year.

Costs are based on double occupancy/a minimum of two guests

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Picasso Museum worth visiting?
If you enjoy art, then a visit to the Picasso Museum is a must. The audio guides provide helpful insight into understanding the nuances of Picasso’s work.

Will food allergies be catered for?
Yes, at the time of booking, please provide information on any food allergies so we can ensure we book suitable eateries.

Is it easy walking around Malaga?
Yes, the centre of Malaga and the port is flat.

Was Picasso born in Malaga?
Yes, Pablo Picasso was born in Plaza de la Merced, Malaga on 25th October, 1881.

What are the highlights of the Picasso Museo Malaga?
Key works in the Picasso Museum in Malaga include a portrait of Picasso’s sister Lola, crafted by the artist at the tender age of 13; sculptures fashioned from various materials such as clay, plaster, and sheet metal; an array of sketches; a brief exploration of cubism; and intriguing late works reflecting Picasso’s fascination with musketeers.



We would recommend TOMA & COE to any travellers, the whole process was simple and convenient. You can expect nothing but first class service from this company.

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Malaga: See our guide to Malaga

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