After a short bus ride from the port, our walk in the Historical District of Málaga where urbanism and architecture from different centuries mingle. What may most attract the attention along with the assortment of churches, convents and palaces from the 17th and 18th centuries, is the urban and architectural legacy from the 19th century, when due its strong agrarian and industrial growth the city opened up to the European fashions that held sway in that era. Walk to Larios Street, inaugurated in the late 19th century and continues to be the commercial and social heart of Malaga, and end at Plaza de la Constitucion.
Visit the Museum of Popular Arts and Customs, inaugurated in 1976 at the Mesón de la Victoria, a former 17th-Century inn, with the aim of preserving and studying the ethnological heritage of Malaga and its province. Its collection, organized into 19 rooms, attempts to represent the rural and urban life of the province with the aim of portraying everyday life through the most characteristic sectors of society, their customs and activities. After the visit, walk for 15 minutes to reach your first culinary stop, the restaurant "El Pimpi", where two exquisite tapas and a glass of wine or a refreshing beer will be waiting. Only 5 minutes away you will find the "Taberna Beatas" where a further selection of tapas await. An example of typical tapas would be "Tortilla de patatas , brocheta con tomate, croquetas , ensaladilla rusa…". After that walk 15 minutes to take your bus back to the ship.