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Malaga’s iconic El Caminito del Rey closes for two weeks due to coronavirus mobility restrictions—but virtual tour possible
In the last five years the iconic route has been visited by more than one and a half million people.
MALAGA’S El Caminito del Rey will reopen on May 29, the local government has said. The iconic walkway will...
The route, once considered the most dangerous in the world, is almost 8 km long, and takes from three to four hours to be crossed.
Recent surveys show that tourists increasingly prioritize sustainability
TICKETS to walk the Caminito del Rey next spring will go on sale next week. Some 100,000 tickets will be available on the official website...
Director of tourism for the Costa Arturo Bernal said 245,000 tourists have already visited the site this year, while ‘last winter saw visitors of 84 different nationalities flock from five different continents’.
You can now buy tickets to the precarious walkway which sits at 300 ft. They cost €10 and must be booked in advance
“It’s as though some of the museums have just been put there to give tourists something to do”
Bosses of the cliff-hugging walkway have pushed forward improvement works in time for this summer’s rush
People will be able to reserve spaces until September 30
Visitors will pay no more than €10 to visit the walkway
The walkway, dubbed the 'world's deadliest', has been sold off to construction firm Hermanos Campano for €1.6 million
Since October began, each of the municipalities has 250 daily entries for the Caminito del Rey
A total of 100,000 people are expected to walk the planks in Malaga by the end of September
A €2.8 million renovation project has turned the deadly walkway into a massive tourist attraction
The walkway will still open to the public this weekend
The 'world's deadliest walkway' is no longer a place of worship for thrill seeking climbers
Exclusive video of Caminito del Rey, dubbed ´the most dangerous hike in the world´before the astonishing €2.8 million renovation project
The Olive Press gains access to 'the world's deadliest walkway' in El Chorro
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