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The Alcazaba was interesting, but much the same as other forts in Spain. However, it has a great view of Malaga! Be aware, it's a pretty good hike up the hill.

Thank jcmiii3
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Lovely to look around these ruins. They are well looked after and clean and tidy. Some steep bits and cobbled roads and amazing views.

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

It is ok but i have seen much better in other cities like Sevilla; not much to see in fact but it will keep you busy

Thank Rho28500
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

In the centre of Malaga. Well worth a visit. Interesting bite of Muslim history, where they once ruled a large part of Spain. In a good state of repair,entrance fee not expensive, lovely views. There is access via a lift for those with disabilities.

1  Thank Robert H
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We started the tour in the early morning so the place was not too crowded. It's really nice and a ticket is only €5'50 and you can also visit the castel of Gibralfaro. You can walk around and enjoy the city from the top of the old walls of the alcazaba. Very nice for everybody. Also families with children. Nice and friendly staff and good organization.

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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

It was our first time in Malaga and I confess I was unaware of the full extend of its rich, diverse and deep history. This site brings it to life through an impressive structure, stunning views and a captivating heritage. It’s great value and good exercise.

Thank JudeSunFlower
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Reviewed 4 days ago

This was such a surprise as there was so much to see, not only the building but the gardens, the views and the history. Malaga undersells itself, I had no idea.

Thank PennyW
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Visiting the Alcazaba is a great way to spend a couple hours on a sunny afternoon. The walk to get there is easy from the center of the city and the cost is reasonable. It's beautiful to see the structures, the gardens and the views. There are several fountains that are lovely. The structures are in remarkable condition. It's a treat well worth the time to see this great historical attraction.

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Reviewed 5 days ago

A "must see" when visiting Malaga and due to it's central position you can't miss it.
Small entrance fee and it's well worth it .
Lovely gardens and great views of Malaga.
We spent a couple of hours here and our only criticism was that as you walked around the buildings there was no English translation on exhibits or points of interest. However, we are in Spain and there was a leaflet in English provided with a map so you could work out which parts of the site you were visiting.

Thank jgalwaysonholiday
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We spent a couple of hours walking around and exploring this amazing and historical sight. The place is a maze and there is so much to see. A great place to take photos of the views over Malaga too.
The only downside was none of the information booklets were in English so had to use google to find out about the history.

Thank 747jodies
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