Charming landmarks of Valletta, Mosta & Mdina after dark
Valletta Waterfront lined with colourful Pinto & Forni Stores
Immersive 5D spectacle that recounts the history of Malta
Pretty 13th-century Cathedral of St. Paul in serene Mdina
Miraculous story behind the giant Rotunda of Mosta dome
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of Valletta, Mosta & Mdina
Admission to Malta 5D show
Roundtrip transport to and from hotels in Cirkewwa, Mellieha, Xemxija, Golden Bay, St. Paul's Bay, Bugibba, Qawra, St. Julian's, Silema, Valletta, & Attard
Live tour commentary provided in English
What you can expect
Price includes 4 hour tour with licensed guide, and entrance ticket to the Malta5D show
On your evening journey, witness Valletta's 16th-century structures illuminated in the dark, learn about Malta's history with an immersive show, and see iconic landmarks in Mdina and Mosta in a fresh light.
Pick-up from your hotel brings you to Valletta, the capital of Malta and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Make your way through the city's impressive architecture, which includes fortifications and Baroque buildings from the 16th century, and admire the mysterious air they take on at night. Catch sight of the Pinto and Forni Stores that line the Valletta Waterfront, and note their colourfully painted doors and windows, which signify the types of goods once sold there.
After your tour through the city, visit a theatre to see the interactive Malta 5D show. The spectacle brings you into the history of the country, immersing you completely with 3-D graphics, moving seats, and sprays of water and air. Next, drive to Mdina, also known as the “Silent City” for its lack of cars. Walk around town and visit the 13th-century Cathedral of Saint Paul, whose façade is beautifully lit to showcase its splendour.
Finally, go to the town of Mosta, which is home to the Rotunda of Mosta—the third-largest unsupported dome in the world. As you admire its illuminated neoclassical designs, learn about the miracle that occurred there during World War II when a bomb was dropped into the church, but failed to detonate. After marvelling at the towering dome, make the drive back to your hotel.
- Multiple Locations Visited