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Express Tour of Malaga by Electric Tuk Tuk

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Enjoy Malaga in a different way!

Eco Tuk Tuk offers you a 60 minutes tour around the city of Malaga. A contact with this city on the Costa del Sol, known for its mix of ancient history, folklore, and modern culture. It is a perfect way to get an idea of everything you can enjoy in the city during your travel days. And also the best possible photo tour for the traveler.

Itinerary

  1. University of Malaga
  2. Bank of Spain
  3. Malaga City Hall
  4. Pompidou Center
  5. La Farola
  6. Malagueta Beach
  7. Gibralfaro Castle
  8. Bullring
  9. Marina Square

Important to know

  • Minimum age two (2) years.
  • The cost of the voucher is per vehicle and has a maximum capacity of 4 people, whether adults or children.
  • The tour includes a guide with Spanish/English language.
  • All tours start and end at the same pick-up point.
  • The tour itinerary could vary due to street closures or demonstrations on the day of the tour.
  • In winter the tuk-tuks have protective layers against rain and wind, and have blankets to keep them warm.
  • The tuk-tuks do not have a trunk, so child seats, wheelchairs, suitcases or large packages cannot be carried.
  • Pets are not allowed.

Pick up point

  • Pick-up and drop-off at the tourist buses stop at Calle Guillén Sotelo 11 (29016), located in front of the Pedro Luis Alonso Gardens. There is no number 11 Guillén Sotelo street, but when looking for it on a map it indicates the exact point where the tourist buses stop is. We do not have a physical point as such at this pick-up location, but you can contact us by phone or write to us by WhatsApp (+34 680 69 54 87) at any time.

How is the price set?

The price is fixed per vehicle since it is a private tour. Before making the payment you must select the number of tuk-tuks you want to reserve:

  • Group of up to four people: 1 tuk-tuk.
  • Group of between 5 and 8 people: 2 tuk-tuks.

Always indicate the number of tuk-tuks, not the number of people!