We begin our 4k walking tour facing the 16th Century baroque cathedral, Catedral de la Encarnación de Málaga Ahead lies Plaza Del Obispo, or The Bishop’s Square The bright yellow building ahead is the Palacio Episcopal – it houses a small collection of religious paintings and exhibitions The Baroque façade of the cathedral, designed by Diego de Siloe A number of free walking tours start in this square Let’s turn onto Calle Sta. María for a different view of the cathedral Restaurante El Jardín on the corner ahead of us, is a popular venue to watch Flamenco The Cathedral’s south tower was never finished This led to its nickname of ‘La Manquita’ or ‘The One Armed Lady’ We make our way to Calle San Agustín – a popular street full of cafes, bars and the Picasso Museum The Picasso Museum Málaga – entry 8€ / reduced 6€ El Pimpi, perhaps Malaga’s most famous bodega bar Let’s have a look around inside We emerge on Calle Alcazabilla On the hillside high above us, we see the Alcazaba, an imposing Medieval Moorish fortress Ahead of us lies ‘Teatro Romano’ – the Roman amphitheater built in the 1st Century Ad Visit bit.ly/livingwalks to see how we afford to travel to so many cities on a small budget