With great views from the top of the bus, strategically placed stops and an interesting commentary, this truly is the best way to see the sights of Malaga.
Birthplace of Picasso, Malaga boasts pretty streets, leafy boulevards and lush gardens. Find out why the city's cathedral is called La Manquita - the one armed lady! Hear all about the old palace fortress and its two rings of walls, and of course you can't miss the Picasso Museum! You'll get the chance to see all of this on your hop-on hop-off tour of Malaga.
You can hop on and off this City Sightseeing open-top, double-decker bus as many times as you like. There are 14 stops along the Red Line and 5 along the Green Line, taking you to the best sights Malaga has to offer. If you'd prefer, you can stay on the tour for the full 80 minute loop.
The bus departs every 30 minutes from each stop. Tickets are valid for 24 hours from first use.
1. Renfe / Vialia Train Station
2. Centro de Arte
3. Puerto Alborania Museum
4. Plaza de la Marina Main street
5. Paseo del Parque Auditorio
6. Centro Pompidou Málaga
7. Paseo de la Farola La Lighthouse
8. Playa de la Malagueta Beach la Malagueta
9. Plaza de Toros Bull Ring
10. Castillo de Gibralfaro Castle
11. Basílica de Sta. María de la Victoria Church
12. Plaza de la Merced
13. Museo Carmen Thyssen
14. Avenida Andalucía
15. Bus Station
16. Renfe / Vialia
17. Automobile Museum
18. Botanical Garden
19. Malaga Football Museum
Confirmation will be received at time of booking.
Important Cruise Passenger Info: Cruise passengers will be required to walk to Stop 7, Paseo de la Farola la Lighthouse. This stop is the nearest to the exit at the Cruise Terminal. The walk to this tour stop takes approximately 10 minutes..
Near public transportation.
Red Route operates from 9:40am - 7:00pm. Duration - 80 minutes for full loop. Frequency - every 40 minutes..
Green Route operates from 11:00am - 4:30pm (Tuesday - Sunday only). Duration - 30 minutes for full loop. Frequency - every 80 minutes..
Green Route is served by a minibus without audio commentary, and operates on a public line..
Boat Tour departs daily at 12:00pm, 1:30pm, 3:30pm, 5:00pm and 6:30pm..
Boat tour duration - 60 minutes. Start point - Centre Pompidou (bus stop 6). Boat tours are weather permitting, and may be subject to change..
Walking tour meeting point - Bus Stop 13, Museo Carmen Thyssen - Catedral (calle Larios). Departs at 12:30pm. Duration - 1 hour..
Please be aware that Bus Stop 14 (Avenida de Andalucia) is out of service until further notice..
Most travelers can participate.
Please note that this tour is currently suspended until further notice..
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 2 travelers
Bus was waiting near Lighthouse and we were able to load with our paper documents, tour included 3 highlights for our day the Fort and observation Fort and the Plaza and home of Picasso. Not enough time to completed the full tour due to cruise line time restrictions, great day.
Excellent ov erview of Malaga from the mountain to the lower parts of the city. Easy access to cruise port at lighthouse stop.
Really enjoyed the hop-On and Hop-Off bus. Great way to see Malaga for the first time. Audio headsets provide non-stop information about the sights you are seeing. They were also available in several languages.
Great excursion. Saw all we wanted to see!
HOHO. Uses always good value.
We enjoy the hop on hop off as we get a feel for what we want to see. It is easy to get off and then back on.
The journey is like tike travel to centuries.. perfect for family with kids of one day outing on bus to have an overview of the city with limited timeframe
The only way to travel and explore this fabulous city! Easy, convenient and inexpensive.....
This is a must see city....The hop on and off bus is the way to go....you get an audio tour and get to stop anywhere the bus stops...it was easy and convenient and way less expensive than the cruise ship excursions....
This was the best way to see the beautiful city of Malaga.
We loved the Malaga Hop On Hop Off Tour bus. IOne of the stops was extremely close to where our ship was docked.
Just love this way of seeing a city quickly when you only have a day to do so. Very good commentary.
Our favorite means of transportation throughout the city! Guides and drivers are always very nice.
This tour provided a quick overview of some key places - just as it promised!
On an exceptionally hot day, riding on the top deck was very refreshing when
we were moving - ideal, too, for cameras! Thank you!
Great value and allows you to see almost everything.
Don't walk! Take the bus! The best way to see this gorgeous city! Not too far from the pier. You do have to walk a little way. Buses come on time. Easy to use.
I am disabled and use a motorized scooter and I was traveling alone with my 82 year old mother. The plus about this tour was that the bus stop was conveniently located near the ship. I just stayed on the bus and did a complete circle trip and feel like I really saw Malaga. The bus driver was very kind assisting me on and off the bus. Would definitely recommend this tour.
This was the best way to explore since we were only in port for a few hours. We saw all the important stuff and had a great time.
HOHO is the only reasonable way to get an overview of a city. I had not been there in years and it was fun to see the new and old side by side. We spent over an hour at the Gibralfaro castle - wonderful views from the ramparts and a quite lovely small museum.
This is a great service forthis city
A must when in Malaga making it easier to get around this big city seeing all the major points of interest and giving the tourist a great overview of the centre of town.
This was an excellent HOHO tour. Make sure you take your paper voucher Viator specifies you need to do that. From where our ship was docked, it was very easy to get to the HOHO bus. We got off the ship, walked thru the building, crossed the street and headed for stop 7 which was at the lighthouse. We took the HOHO all the way around first and noted places that we would like to get off. The entire trip around was about 60 - 80 minutes depending on traffic. Recommend getting off at stop 13 or 5 - the 2 stops are across street from each other. That is where park is. It is a nice place to walk around and there are bathrooms. Malaga is a lovely city - very walkable, tropical and quite interesting. It was pretty warm so sunscreen is a must. Might want to take an umbrella to keep the sun off. A few of the stops required an entry fee to see more than just the outside of the attraction. The buses seemed to run ever 20 - 30 minutes.
Excellent view of most of Madiera. We really enjoyed the green line trip to the small fishing village.
Very nice , very rekommended