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Malaga Tapas Walking Tour

Highlights
  • Explore Malaga’s cuisine on a city food walking tour
  • True take and tips on local cuisine from a guide who knows the best spots
  • Taste and learn about foods, such as tapas, ham, and olives—plus drinks
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Malaga Tapas Walking Tour
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Malaga Tapas Walking Tour
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Overview
A DIY tour of Malaga’s cuisine may mean missing out on certain dishes and interesting food spots. This small-group tour provides an accurate take on local gastronomy, old and new, with a guide for insight. Visit different establishments to sample specialties, such as local-style olives, ham, and wines; uncover their history and recipes; and gain insider tips on eateries to try later. Tastings and drinks are included.
What to Expect
Meet your guide in central Malaga and begin your walking tour of the city’s interesting food spots. Delve into the streets filled with cafes, tapas bars, and food shops, and learn about local cuisine and traditions from your “food Sherpa” guide.
In between walking and talking, visit various food spots and enjoy seven tastings, as your guide explains their ingredients and place in Malaga’s thriving culinary culture. Interact with shopkeepers and meet a chef who’s busy remodeling classic dishes into innovative creations. Plus, visit Atarazanas Market and one of Malaga's history-steeped "ultramarinos" grocery-tavern combos.
Samples may vary but dishes may include local-style marinated olives, Iberico ham (jambon), figs, fried fish, artisanal wines, and handmade spreads for breads. Wash down your tastings with four drinks—your choice of red or white wine, beer, or soda.
Your tour finishes in central Malaga.
Reviews (71)
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Reviewed 3 days ago
Great introduction!

We've done a few food tours now in different cities and always enjoy them and try to fot one in quite early in the holiday. On this occasion we spent a bit over 3 hours with Felipe from Spain Food Sherpas and had a great...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank IainCDBuckie
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fun & Comprehensive Tour

This tour is better than I imagined! I learned a lot, ate a lot, and drank a good amount as well ;). The group was perfect size--so I could hear the guide. Our guide--Felipe--was very friendly. I definitely recommend this tour!

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank sheadavis5
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Friendly and insightful experience

As in many other cities, it takes a local to get a real taste of a place, understand the stories, and 'secret' things to try. Javi was a fantastic host, blending the tour with great stories and sharing of his experiences. We learnt things we...More

Thank L9112AFalexandrap
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Eat like a local

Best way to learn about local and regional food. Recommend doing this tour at the beginning of your stay as it will give you lots of tips on what and where to eat. Our guide was excellent. He was friendly, knowledgeable and willing to cater...More

Thank Angela S
Reviewed 12 December 2018
Lovely tapas tour with Felipe!

The whole family went on a tapas tour to celebrate dads' birthday. We had a lovely day with Felipe who is an amazing guide. He could answer all of our 1000 questions, food related and not. He made the day very special for all of...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Emma G
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DebbieCruises
15 January 2019|
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Response from DebbieCruises |
I just asked about Sunday tours, but I meant we would be in port form 11:00 am to 8:30 pm.
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19 June 2018|
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Response from sebestyenh | Reviewed this property |
Usually agreed with guide. Ours started in front of Womens' Secret shop on Plaza de la Marina.
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