sicily to malta day trip tour

tour the islands gems in one day

Are you interested in visiting Malta for a day and seeing the top cities here? On this tour you can do just that. This tour takes you to the capital city, Valletta and the former capital of Malta, Mdina.

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What You Need To Know About The Tour

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Sicily to Malta Day Trip Tickets

  • Adults (14+ years of age) - €139.00
  • Children (4 to 13 years of age) - €109.00
  • Toddler (under the age of 3) - €0.00

Quick Info About The Tour

  • The tour lasts around 12 hours 30 minutes.
  • Information on where you will meet in Sicily will be given to you once you book.
  • Tour starts at 08:00 and ends as 20:30
  • Ferry leaves Pozzallo port at 08:00 and arrives in Malta at 9:45.
  • Then the tour takes the last ferry of the day back to Pozzallo.

highlights of the tour

  • Wander around Valletta, which was built by the Knights of St. John.
  • Explore the magnificent St John's Co-Cathedral and marvel at Caravaggio's masterpieces.
  • Stroll through the Upper Barrakka Gardens and see the Grand Harbour.
  • Discover Malta's old capital, Mdina, which is referred to as the Silent City.
  • You will be able to see the whole island from Mdina.

what is included

  • The tour from Sicily to Malta.
  • Visit to Valletta and Mdina (all transfers included).
  • Ferry from Sicily to Malta and back.
  • Entrance to St. John's Co-Cathedral.
  • Visit of the Upper Barrakka Gardens with views on the Grand Harbour.

what is excluded

  • Lunch is not included in the price.

When Do Tours take place?

  • For better clarification check in the booking calendar while booking.

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What You Will See On The Tour

This tour will visit the two most popular cities on the island of Malta.

the capital city valletta

  • Valletta is Malta's capital city. The city was also declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980.
  • It was built by the Knights of St. John under the leadership of Grand Master Jean Parisot de la Valetta.
  • It is the smallest capital of Europe. Its area is only 0.61 square kilometres.
  • Valletta is home to St. John's Co-Cathedral. There is no way you can miss this church, a richly ornamented example of high Baroque architecture. Every corner is adorned with art from the 16th and 17th centuries. Probably one of the most beautiful cathedrals you will ever see!
  • One of Europe's most impressive and famous art works can be found in the cathedral.
  • The Upper Barrakka Gardens overlooks the Grand Harbour and the Three cities. One of the most beautiful panoramic views of Malta which can be seen from this balcony.

the old capital, mdina

  • There is an incredible amount of history in the ancient fortified city of Mdina in Malta.
  • Mdina is one of Malta's most Instagrammed locations.
  • It attracts about 1.5 million visitors every year.
  • Many noble families have lived there and still do.
  • The population of the Silent City is just under 300.
  • It was featured in the first season of Game of Thrones.
  • There are high fortifications surrounding the city that overlook the entire island.
  • There are 4,000 years of history behind Mdina.

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Tickets purchased are refundable or exchangeable.
eTicket (Mobile Ticket) available

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