Málaga Cathedral tickets and tours
Construction of the Málaga Cathedral, also known as the Catedral de la Encarnación, began in the 16th century and was largely completed in the 18th ce...In the top 5 attractions for Málaga
Book a complete guided tour of Málaga and discover the main monuments of the city: the Cathedral, the Roman theater, and the Alcazaba.
Visit Malaga, where Picasso was born and don't miss a thing with this hop-on hop-off bus tour
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Visit Picasso Foundation Birthplace Museum with skip the line tickets. Admire a collection with more of four thousand pieces by over 200 different artists.
Visit the Russian State Museum of St. Petersburg collection in Málaga with these skip-the-line tickets.
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Buy your tickets to the Automobile and Fashion Museum of Malaga and discover the history of fashin and cars in Spain!
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Enjoy an authentic flamenco show, admire top-level musicians and dancers of great international prestige.
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Buy your tickets and visit the Museo Picasso Málaga. Discover a museum devoted to the artist whose styles and techniques changed the course of modern art.
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Join a guided tour of the Colomares Castle Monument and learn more about Christopher Columbus' first voyage to America through symbolism.
Explore Málaga from a different perspective on this 1-hour tuk-tuk tour. Enjoy the ride with a multilingual guide and stop to admire the city's main attractions.
Discover Granada's Arab past, visit the Palace of Charles and admire the Nasrid Arabic style.
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Visit Centre Pompidou of Málaga with skip-the-lines tickets. A journey through art in the 20th and the 21st centuries and one of the most important collections.
Explore Malaga's photogenic places with a local guide and capture the city's beauty with your camera.
Book now your ticket and discover Málaga driving around the city in an electric car. See the best of the city from a different perspective.
Learn about the history of Gibraltar, visit the city at your own pace and enjoy a dolphin watching cruise.
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Immerse yourself in the splendor of Seville, the cultural and architectural gem of Andalusia.
Experience an Arabian style Hammam right in the center of Malaga. Sit back and enjoy a thermal bath. Relax with a spa session and 30 minute massage
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The inside story
Construction of the Málaga Cathedral, also known as the Catedral de la Encarnación, began in the 16th century and was largely completed in the 18th century. However, it technically remains unfinished as its south tower is incomplete, giving it the nickname "La Manquita" (one-armed). The cathedral is built on the same ground that held Málaga's central mosque during its Muslim domination.
Although it is considered one of the jewels of the Renaissance in Spain, it also has elements of Gothic and Baroque style. From its exterior, the main facade stands out, in a predominantly Baroque style, and the two towers: the north, 285 feet tall, is the highest of all Andalusian cathedrals, and houses the 14 bells and the clock, while the south tower, as mentioned earlier, is still unfinished.