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3 Historical Cities
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Variations (+ or -) may apply depending on the number of people and will be calculated at the time of booking.
Walking Tour of Mdina, Vittoriosa and Valletta.
About this tour...
In Mdina we walk through the main and winding side streets. The highlight is the viewing point from where one can see most of the island of Malta.
The tour proceeds towards Vittoriosa where we walk through the "collacchio area" which was once a reserved are for the Hospitallers Knights. From Vittoriosa there is also the possibility to see the entrance of the Grand Harbour as well as Kalkara Creek.
The excursion will end with a visit to the capital city Valletta. The city is an open museum with beautiful gardens and stunning views. The visit includes a visit to the Upper Barakka Gardens and Hastings Gardens from where one can take the best photos of the Grand Harbour and the Marsamxett Harbour respectively. The tour proceeds towards St. John's co-cathedral which is a must visit in Malta. The walls are covered in gold and there are 2 Caravaggio paintings.
Next to the Tourist Information office which is situated at the exit.
During the tour it is important to wear comfortable shoes since it is mainly a walking tour, descent clothes and no stilettos for the visit of St John's c-cathedral.
Kindly note that St John's co-cathedral will be closed on Saturday after 12noon as well as on Sundays and Public Holidays.
What is included
- Minivan, Tourist Guide, walking tour of Mdina, Vittoriosa and Valletta.
What is extra
- Entrance fee to St John's co-cathedral (10 euros for adults and 7.50 euro for seniors) and lunch/ light snack.
Special price for 1 or 2 pers.
This Tour is available in:
Wheel chair friendly
Type of transportation
Maltese, English, Italiano, Español
The tour is kids friendly as long as they are ready to walk.
The tour is wheelchair friendly except the viewing point at Mdina
Meet your guide
Merħba! My name is Josianne and I live in Siġġiewi, a small village in the South West of Malta. I am a licensed professional Tourist Guide since 2013 and I have been working as a freelance tourist guide since then.
After graduating in Industrial Relations from the University of Malta in 2007, I decided to pursue my dream to become a Tourist Guide. I was awarded the Certificate in Tour Guiding from the Institute of Tourism Studies in Malta, after a three-year intensive course. Following this, the Malta Tourism Authority recognised me as on its guides in 2013.
I hope to have the opportunity to meet you here in Malta and wish you all a wonderful touring experience.