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Valletta highlights half-day guided sightseeing tour
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Valletta highlights half-day guided sightseeing tour

Book a half-day tour of Valletta highlights. Visit John's Co-Cathedral, the Church Museum and exterior of Grand Master's Palace. Experience Malta's history.

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Discover Gozo full-day sightseeing guided tour
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Discover Gozo full-day sightseeing guided tour

Book a full day tour to discover Gozo. Learn of Gozo's history from your guide and visit the island's popular landmarks. Refuel with a three-course lunch.

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Three Cities of Malta half-day sightseeing tour
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Three Cities of Malta half-day sightseeing tour

Book a half day tour and explore Vittoriosa, Cospicua and Senglea, the three cities of Malta. Jump on a harbour cruise and enjoy the view from the Grand Harbour.

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Blue Grotto and Marsaxlokk Sunday market half-day tour
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Blue Grotto and Marsaxlokk Sunday market half-day tour

Visit the Blue Grotto and Marsaxlokk Sunday market on a half-day tour. Walk through the various market stalls and take a boat ride through the Blue Grotto and caves.

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Medieval Mdina half-day guided sightseeing tour
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Medieval Mdina half-day guided sightseeing tour

Book a half-day guided tour of Mdina. Explore the city's bastions, Dingli cliffs and San Anton botanic gardens. Unravel the rich history with your guide.

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Electric buggy tour of the Three Cities of Malta
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Electric buggy tour of the Three Cities of Malta

Explore the Three Cities of Malta with an electric buggy at your own pace! Jump to onboard and admire beautiful landscapes.

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Limestone Heritage Park Ticket
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Limestone Heritage Park Ticket

Located in the traditional Maltese village of Siggiewi, The Limestone Heritage, Park and Gardens offers up a family trip out with plenty to see and do. Unravel Malta's history on an audio-guided walk then meet the animals and even join in a live stone sculpting demonstration.You'll trace back through Malta's vibrant history at Limestone Heritage, where the audio-guided walk will take you through the centuries as you pass by limestone structures. The park itself is set within a quarry, blending history and nature in one eye-catching location.There's also the petting zoo and citrus gardens to spend time in as well as a cafe to rest up in. You may even catch stonemasons at work during live demonstrations, and there's the chance to join a masterclass on sculpting.

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Valletta Walking Tour with Malta Experience
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Valletta Walking Tour with Malta Experience

Baroque beauty Valletta is a must-see when in Malta. This morning walking tour ticks off all its top sights. Star turns include the Barracca Gardens – for the best views of the Grand Harbour – and St John's Co-Cathedral, where you'll get to admire Caravaggio's Beheading of St John the Baptist. You'll also journey through the country's past at the Malta Experience.

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Malta's Scenic Tour
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Malta's Scenic Tour

Small but mighty, Malta packs a punch in the scenery stakes. This tour lines-up eye-catching stops like the flower-filled Buskett Gardens, the Maltese president's summer residence and the grand Parisio Palace. Also on the list are Misrah Ghar il-Kbir, famed for its mysterious cart ruts in the rock, and Dingli Cliffs – Malta's highest point.

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Malta Vintage Bus Tour
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Malta Vintage Bus Tour

When it comes to history, Malta's like a vast open-air museum. Discover the island's turbulent past on a tour of the fortified citadels inside the UNESCO-listed capital, Valletta. Walk the waterfront and explore the baroque fortifications of Vittoriosa, Senglea and Cospicua. What's more, you'll get there in one of the island's iconic vintage buses.

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Rabat, Mdina & San Anton Gardens
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Rabat, Mdina & San Anton Gardens

Presidential palaces, medieval cities and Malta's macabre side are in the spotlight on this tour. You'll visit the grand San Anton gardens – grounds of the Maltese premier's permanent residence – wander the walled city of Mdina, and shop for take-home trinkets in Rabat. Plus, you can explore the creepy catacombs beneath St Paul's Cathedral, too.

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Gozo History, Food and Shopping Tour
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Gozo History, Food and Shopping Tour

Bring out your inner Indiana Jones with this Gozo tour. You'll get to explore the medieval capital, Victoria, and step back in time at the Ggantija Temples – a Neolithic megastructure that predates the pyramids of Egypt. There's also a mini-train ride around the island's salt pans, a craft centre visit and a chance to try typical Maltese food.

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Malta

Things to do in Malta

More than 300 days of sunshine a year, secluded coves, Baroque basilicas and historic temples – you could say Malta has quite a few strings to its bow. The island is situated between Sicily and North Africa, which means Malta is considered by many to be one of the best diving and snorkelling destinations in the Mediterranean. Apart from sunbathing and swimming, you can also soak up the culture. Valletta and Mdina are two fascinating cities that trace their origins to the age of chivalry. Whether you like history, nature or good food, there is something for everyone in Malta. Top six things to do in Malta 1. Visit the Blue Grotto When you think of Malta, the famous Blue Grotto instantly springs to mind. This large sea cave is located close to Zurrieq in the south of the island. Due to the shape and location of the grotto, the morning sun creates a shimmering reflection on the water in brilliant shades of blue. It’s a popular attraction, so if you’re planning an excursion to the Blue Grotto, make sure to book early. The view from the top of the rocks is also worthwhile. 2. Explore Valletta, Mosta and Mdina Combining culture, heritage and unique locations, Valletta, Mosta and Mdina are three of Malta’s most beautiful cities. Valletta, the capital, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in its entirety, and is home to impressive bastions, fortifications and a cathedral with an eye-catching dome. In car-free Mdina, you’ll enjoy the peace and quiet and views over the countryside from its star-shaped city walls. And in Mosta, you can’t miss the vast domed basilica, which survived three bombing raids during the Second World War. 3. Catch a boat to Gozo Just 25 minutes away from the island by boat, Gozo is Malta’s greener and more laidback little sibling. Its capital, Victoria, has an impressive citadel, while the Church of St George is also worth a visit. The countryside Basilica of Ta' Pinu is also a must-see. The island is small, so you could see everything on a daytrip to Gozo. And if you have time to spare, enjoy some time by the sea at Rambla Bay. 4. See the picturesque Marsaxlokk Marsaxlokk is an authentic fishing village in the south of Malta. The colourful fishing boats anchored in the water make for a picturesque scene, and the market on Sunday mornings completes the traditional experience. Fish lovers are sure to be in for a treat here when it comes to mealtimes, too. 5. Enjoy a day at Marine Park One of the most fun attractions for the whole family is Marine Park. It’s a great opportunity to interact and understand more about dolphins, sea lions, reptiles and parrots. You can even become an animal carer for a day as you help the park rangers feed and check up on the animals. You will also find a children’s playground, restaurant, souvenir shop and an educational classroom within the grounds. 6. Discover the Megalithic temples By far Malta’s oldest attractions are its Megalithic temples. With many dating back more than 4,500 years, they’re among the oldest surviving temples from that period anywhere in the world. The limestone temple complex of Hagar Qim, in the south of Malta, and the temples of Tarxien in the east are not to be missed by history buffs.
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