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Suggested Journeys

Malta


Journey Highlights

  • Barracca Gardens
  • John’s Co-Cathedral
  • The Silent City
  • St. Peter & St. Paul Cathedral
  • St. Paul’s Catacombs
  • Mosta Church Assumption of our Lady
  • Ta’ Qali crafts village
  • Senglea fortified city
  • Gozo Citadel
  • Temples of Ggantija
  • Azur Window
  • Dwejra Point cliffs
Classic Malta

Classic Malta

Captivating and dynamic archipelago, Malta is one of the most beautiful places in Europe, you will find many activities and beautiful cultural places. Malta is divided into 3 islands. The main island is home to the country's only airport and its capital Valletta, then Gozo and Comino, two smaller islands in the North that are accessible by boat. Valletta is the capital of the island, and is one of the smallest in Europe with a total population of around 7,000. In this particularly pleasant city, is the best is to get lost in its streets to capture the atmosphere of the place. Everything can be done on foot very easily. La Mdina is nicknamed the silent city, and I can assure you that she bears her name very well. While strolling in its alleys in the morning, what strucks first is its calm. I really advise you to take a few hours in the morning to wander a bit and have a coffee with a pastizzi. Without forgetting to go of course by the cathedral, magnificent!

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Journey Highlights

  • Barracca Gardens
  • John’s Co-Cathedral
  • Fortified city of Senglea
  • ‘Vedette’ in the grand harbor
  • Paul’s Grotto in Rabat
  • St. Paul’s Catacombs
  • “Silent City”
  • Neolithic Temples of Ggantija
  • Citadel in Victoria
  • Dwejra Point cliffs
  • Sanctuary of Ta Pinu
  • The Cave of Darkness
  • Blue Grotto
  • Our Lady of the Miracles in Lija
  • San Pawl Milqi
  • Our Lady in Mellieha Sanctuary
  • Parish Church of Mosta
  • Ta’ Qali crafts village
  • Malta Aviation Museum
Malta Special

Malta Special

Malta may look as big as a grain of sand in the middle of the sea, the archipelago hides its game well-being a place rich in history and panoramas. Why not take advantage of Battle of Malta to take a vacation and discover all the attractions of this Mediterranean island? Capital of Malta, Valletta is famous for its history and its typical architecture of the island. Populated by some 8000 inhabitants, it has the advantage of being quite peaceful despite its flood of tourists in summer, and to be visited quite quickly. The 3 Cities: Vittoriosa (Birgù), Senglea, Cospicua, less tourist destinations, these three small towns side-by-side are unfairly underestimated. You will find the Maltese atmosphere as well as Valletta, with their old stones and their narrow and peaceful streets, blooming with calm and Mediterranean relaxation in summer. Mdina adjoining Rabat (which you can also visit), is a cute little walled city very typical, whose origins date back some 4000 years.

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