Stroll the medieval town of Mdina, visiting the cathedral and ramparts dating back to the 9th century, followed by a visit to Valletta where you'll explore the capital's cultural highlights.
Explore the ancient walled cities of Mdina and Valletta while touring the picturesque countryside. In Mdina, you'll see a 9th century cathedral and have a chance to shop or stroll along the charming cobblestone streets. In Valletta, you'll visit Upper Barrakka Gardens, where you'll see the city's harbor from a unique vantage point. The walking tour will culminate at St. John's Co-Cathedral and the Magisterial Palace, both of which house many of Malta's artistic treasures.
• Explore two walled cities: Historic Mdna, the former capital of Malta, and tiny Valletta, the country’s present capital.
• Mdna: During medieval times, Mdna was called the Noble City, because it was the favored residence of the Maltese aristocracy.
• Valletta: Teeming with Baroque palaces, gardens and churches, Valletta was given the nickname Superbissima, or Most Proud.
What to Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
• Hat and sunglasses
• Walking shoes
• Conservative attire required
• Guests must be able to walk about 1 mile over even and cobblestone surfaces in each city.
• Guests will have to navigate about 40 steps at the cathedral and palace.
• No exposed shoulders or knees in cathedral.
• No tank tops or shorts in cathedral.
• Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
• Guests with preexisting neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions, or any other medical condition, must take particular caution when selecting a tour, particularly tours categorized as “strenuous.”
• Guests must consult with their physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
• In addition to English this tour is offered in French, German, Italian and Spanish.
• A minimum of 20 guests is needed for the tour to run in a different language.
• Some venues may be closed on Sundays, National and/or Public Holidays. An outside explanation will be given or a suitable alternative may be offered.