Discover Málaga's rich archaeological remains and fascinating monuments. Ancient history is alive and well in this busy center of the Costa del Sol, and civilizations old and older have left remnants for you to admire and ponder. View from the outside the stunning architecture of the Alcazaba Palace, built in the 11th century for the Arabian Caliphs. Ride by bus to the adjacent Gibralfaro Castle, an ancient Moorish fortress offering breathtaking views of the city and its bay. Next, a glimpse of the Renaissance-style cathedral awaits you. It was built between the 16th and the 18th centuries and now is a National Monument. During your drive, you will also see the façade of the bullring (one of the busiest in Spain), and some interesting and beautiful buildings from the 19th century, including City Hall, the Justice Court and the Central Post Office. Passing by Plaza de la Merced, you will have a chance to see the house in which Picasso was born before your motor coach returns you to the ship.