Our guided tour through the vibrant streets of Valletta will first allow you to view the Barracca Gardens that command a breathtaking panorama of the Grand Harbour. Then we visit St John’s Co-Cathedral ...
Today’s excursion takes us to the central part of Malta that, dominated by the ancient citadel of Mdina. On passing through the narrow streets of Mdina, the “silent city”, we will admire the imposing bastions that command a magnificent view of most of the island.
Discover the historical area known as the three cities: Cospicua, Vittoriosa and Senglea. A drive past Cospicua will bring us to Vittoriosa where we walk through the various narrow streets shaded by many historic buildings and churches.
Tour to Malta's sister island of Gozo. After a twenty-minute ferry crossing, on setting foot in Gozo you will notice that although both islands are similar in history and development Gozo has a character entirely of its own.
The tour starts with a visit to one of Malta’s oldest quarries which has been transformed into an attraction for tourists and locals alike and which provides a vivid account of one of Malta’s leading skills – the use of limestone for building purposes, a skill that goes back thousands of years.