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Tourist offices in Malaga

Guide to Malaga offers lots of information on the city, but it’s still useful to visit one of the tourist offices in Malaga. The good news is that you’re never far from at least one in the city centre and at all main transport centres. And they have good opening hours and unlike lots of shops and business in Malaga, don’t generally close for a long lunch break.

City Council tourist offices

There are six tourist offices in Malaga manned by the city council plus one at Malaga Airport. They’re the best for information about the city – opening times for monuments and museums. They can also tell you what’s on in Malaga link during your visit.

Staff are generally helpful and between them, speak several languages. You can get a free map of Malaga that marks the tourist offices and 37 things to see. The map isn’t great for finding your way round and you’ll need your glasses to read the names of the streets, but it gives you an idea.

All tourist offices are closed on Christmas Day (25 December) and 1 January (New Year’s Day)

City-run tourists offices are:

Alcazaba – a small kiosk located next to the Alcazaba Fortress entrance.

Open daily 10am-2pm & 3-6pm

Tourist office outside the Alcazaba
Tourist office outside the Alcazaba

Avda de Cervantes 1 – near the Museum of Malaga and housed in the lovely Casita del Jardinero (gardener’s house). Tel: 951 927 205

Open daily 9am-6pm

Plaza de la Marina – the main city tourist office and with the best information. There’s also a good shop selling Malaga souvenirs and books about Malaga. Tel: 951 926 020

Open daily April-Oct 9am-8pm, Nov-March 9am-6pm

Plaza de la Judería – located off Calle Granada next to El Pimpi in the stunning restored 17th century Mudejar tower in the old Jewish quarter. It’s doubles as a visitors centre where you can see an original mural and find out about Jewish history in Malaga with information on the Andalusi poet and philosopher Ben Gabriol.

Open daily 10am-2pm

Tourist offices in Malaga
Casita del jardinero tourist office


Mainline train Station – located on the main concourse of the Maria Zambrana train station. This tourist office has slightly odd opening hours and isn’t open on Sunday afternoon.

Open Mon-Sat 9.45am-2.30pm & 4.30-8.15pm, Sun 10am-1pm

Malaga Airport – situated in the arrivals hall, this tourist office is small but has good information. However, it doesn’t open in the mornings. If you arrive at Malaga Airport before 3pm, go to the Andalusia tourist office where you can get information about Malaga.

Open Mon-Fri 3-9pm, weekends 2-9pm

Cruise terminal – located at the main cruise terminal, this office opens when cruise ships disembark.

Main tourist office on Plaza de la Marina

Regional tourist offices

The Andalusian government runs two tourist offices in Malaga. They provide information on the city and provide a good map with lots of details (and slightly larger print!). They’re also a good source of information on places to visit outside Malaga such as Granada, Antequera and Seville.

Plaza de la Constitución 7 – this tourist office has perhaps the best location of all, although it’s closed after 3pm at weekends. It’s in a stunning 18th palace, the oldest cultural institution in Malaga province. Don’t miss the patio and temporary art exhibitions in the two galleries on either side of the patio. Tel 951 308 911

Open Mon-Fri 9am-7.30pm, weekends 9.30am-3pm

Malaga Airport – situated in the arrivals hall. This office can provide information about Malaga and other places to visit in Andalusia.

Open Mon-Fri 9am-7.30pm, weekends 9.30am-3pm

Finding tourist offices in Malaga

This map shows you exactly where Malaga tourist offices are located.

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