Discover Valletta or Mdina
3 hours or more on request
Your choice of Valletta, Mdina or the 3 cities
Private Tour Guide:
Your own personal tour guide,ready to answer any questions you might have and show you the amazing locations of Malta and their history.
Shawl for Cathedral or other museum visits.
Valletta is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. This experience will take you through the most beautiful parts of Valletta to admire its architecture, learn about its history and get a better idea of what makes Malta so unique. We will also be going through the lesser known and less central, out of the tourist track parts of Valletta.
Being guided through a city by a professional and passionate tourist guide will give a better perspective of all you will be seeing.
This will be the best way to Discover Valletta, not only to get to know it's history, but also to learn about the best places to eat at, shop and enjoy the nightlife. A Valletta Walking Tour which gives you a real insight into anything you need to know about our amazing capital city.
This is the best tour for one to get a full experience of both Mdina, the old capital city of Malta and its suburb Rabat. A professional, fully licensed tourist guide who has always lived in Rabat will first take you around the streets of Mdina past the most important palaces and monuments, along the fortifications of the city and also through the lesser known corners. We walk past the Cathedral, the noble family palaces and also along various places where Game of Thrones was filmed.
After having taken the most instagrammable photos of Mdina, the tour proceeds on foot into Rabat where you discover the narrow winding roads which will eventually get you to the larger squares where the big churches of Rabat are located. Walking past the place where St Paul has lived while in Malta.
The tour takes you then along more narrow streets past more important buildings including community band clubs, 16th century churches and also some beautiful British architecture examples to finish off back at the gates of Mdina.