What is Malaga Pass for?
With this card you can discover during a certain amount of time everything this Mediterranean city has to offer: By purchasing the card for 35 Euro we have free entry to places like the Picasso Museum, the Cathedral, the Centre for Contemporary Art, Roman Theatre, Alcazaba, Gibralfaro castle, Municipal Museum or the Museum of Flamenco and many more.
The card also includes a guide to the historic centre of Malaga, as well as a map with directions of all points of interest, free tourist bus, as well as discounts at restaurants, bars and cafes, shops and entertainment.
Free entrance to museums
Malaga Pass is a tourist card that will alow free entrance to the following museums in Malaga:
- Malaga Museum
- Picasso Museum
- Museum Jorge Rando
- Centre Pompidou
- National Air Transport Museum
- Birth house & Picasso Museum
- Gibralfaro Castle Interpretation Centre
- Municipal Heritage Museum
- Russian Museum
- Malaga Football Club Museum
- Revello de Toro Exhibition
- Carmen Thyssen Museum
- House of Gerald Brenan
- Principia: Science Museum
- Malaga Automobile Museum
- Museum of Popular Arts and Customs
- Roman Theatre Interpretation Centre
- Interactive Music Museum
- Alborania Museum of the Mediterranean Sea
- Archeological exhibition of the Alcazaba
- Diverse museums of the Holy Week of Malaga.
- Ferris wheel & viewpoint of Malaga.
- English Cemetery
- Botanical Garden of La Concepcion
- Wine Museum
Brochure with map of monuments and singular buildings:
Options and prices
There are versions of Malaga Pass for 24 hours, 48 hours or seven consecutive days, so you can choose which one is the best for you; perhaps you might want to know that there are no child discount cards; however in most museums children under 12 have free entry.
Remember that all cards bring the same benefits, the only difference is the timeframe for accessing the museums.
- Malaga Pass for 24 hours: 28€.
- 48 hours for 38€.
- 72 hours for 46€.
- 1 week duration for 62€.
You can purchase Malaga Pass card online, by telephone, in travel agencies or in shops in the city.
More at: https://www.malagapass.com/
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