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Malta’s 3 Cities Tour & Wine Tasting

1. Malta’s 3 Cities Tour & Wine Tasting

Enjoy a half-day the stunning cities of Cospicua, Vittoriosa, and Senglea. Learn about the history and rich culture of this unique Mediterranean island and sample some of Malta’s full-bodied wines at the Marsovin Cellars. Be picked up from any hotel in Malta and board an airconditioned bus and relax on the drive to Cospicua. Pass through the city to admire sights like its double-fortified harbor city.  Continue to Vittoriosa, which is significant for its long history of maritime, mercantile, and military activities. Prior to the establishment of Valletta, military powers that wanted to rule the Maltese islands, needed control Vittoriosa, due to its Grand Harbor. Head to the city of Senglea, which managed to resist the Ottoman invasion at the Great Siege of 1565. Walk through the charming narrow streets of the town, shaded by dozens of historic churches and buildings. Make your way to the Marsovin cellars in Marsa. Start your cellar tour with a historical introduction, followed by an explanation about the process of how locally grown grapes are pressed, fermented, and eventually transformed into wine. Go for a walk through the 400-year-old ageing cellars, which provides an authentic piece of Maltese heritage. Visit the wine bar, where trained staff guide guests through a wine-tasting session paired with snacks like Maltese bread and cheese.

Malta: Folklore Dinner Show at a Traditional Restaurant

2. Malta: Folklore Dinner Show at a Traditional Restaurant

Step into a traditional restaurant in Malta for an evening of live entertainment and local cuisine. Established in 1964, Ta’ Marija Restaurant offers a historically rich dance show. This long-standing staple, coupled with the chefs’ explosive creativity, will introduce you to Malta's vibrant culture. Get picked up from your hotel to enjoy a 4-course dinner that provides a new take on Maltese cuisine, serving as a fusion between the old and the new. The menu includes: Antipasto: Maltese sausage, goat's cheese, pistachios and arborio rice with beans. Starter: Traditional shellfish & garlic soup (or) gorgonzola-filled ravioli with creamy button mushroom & truffle oil sauce. Main Course: Baked squid stuffed with tentacles, olives, capers, fresh herbs, and linguine pasta with cuttlefish ink (or) Traditional slow-cooked horsemeat stew with rich red wine and lacto beer sauce and fried wild thyme ‘horseshoe’ bread (or) Signature baked boneless rabbit stuffed with rabbit liver, herbs, and rice in fruity port wine sauce with pistachios, sultanas, and apricots. The above-mentioned main courses are served with roasted seasonal vegetables and Maltese-style baked potatoes with fennel. Dessert: Vanilla, chocolate & strawberry custard, sponge with pomegranate liqueur, “ħelwa tat-tork” (halva), fruit, savoiardi biscuits, cream & crushed nuts. Free-flowing local wine, mineral water and coffee are included during your dinner. After dinner, the folklore show will feature six dancers in 18th-century costumes, who will lure you into a story of Maltese history told through dance. The dancefloor elevates to enable you to watch the show from your dining table. After the show, the dancefloor will light up for you to dance.

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We were 6 vacationers to participate in this activity. The meeting place was close to our accommodation. We were able to leave our suitcases in the hold of the bus, which allowed us to take full advantage of the visits to the 3 cities. Our guide, Mark, who spoke French, told us throughout this visit the history of Malta. This excursion was very interesting. And ending on the wine tasting with a buffet was a great success. 3 interesting wines (white, rosé and red). Small flat that the explanations were in English for the wines. The rest was perfect. We recommend! CHEERS!

The owner manager, Ben, was the perfect Host. He made us very welcome indeed. There was a mix up with the transport to the Restaurant, which was not the fault of the Restaurant but despite arriving a little late Ben made us relax and we easily caught up with the rest of the group. A thoroughly enjoyable evening and plenty tasting food and drink. Bella was our waitress and she also has an infectious happy smiley demeanour.

This trip was fantastic, well worth the money. our guide was very informative as we walked around senglea. The winery was good with 3 wines to try and a traditional Maltese buffet

Picked up from our hotel on time. Separate guide for English/French and German/Italian. Good information about the cities and a nice wine tasting with local delicacies.

A nice welcoming place, exquisite staff. Typical dinner, and last but not least ballet in costume, beautiful to see.