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Full-Day Cruise to Comino & Blue Lagoon with Food & Drinks

1. Full-Day Cruise to Comino & Blue Lagoon with Food & Drinks

This cruise has the simple aim of giving you the maximum amount of time to enjoy swimming and snorkeling in the crystal clear waters of Comino's Blue Lagoon. When you want to relax, snacks, beverages and air-conditioning are available aboard the boat, where you can also sunbathe on the upper deck. The boat leaves the Sliema ferry dock at 10:30 AM and returns at 5:30 PM, which gives you 7 hours to enjoy the sun and sea however you want. The Blue Lagoon, between the small island of Comino and smaller islet of Cominotto, is a basin of clear, turquoise water with a white sandy bottom and abundant marine life. It's great for swimming and photos, but even better for snorkeling. Equipment is available onboard.

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Valletta: Street Food and Culture Walking Tour

2. Valletta: Street Food and Culture Walking Tour

Experience the street food of Valletta with a local tour guide, who will bring the tastiest treats of the island to your fingertips. Learn about Malta's history and cuisine during this experience. Meet your guide at the entrance of Valletta along the New Parliament Building at 9:30 AM. After a brief introduction to the city, start your food tour experience. Taste traditional dishes like pastizzi on the way. Walk past the main landmarks such as Republic Street, Castille Square, Merchants Street, Upper Barracca Gardens, the old market. See typical bars and side streets while savoring Maltese specialties, local antipasti, Kinnie, and lager.

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From Malta: Gozo Tour with a Difference

3. From Malta: Gozo Tour with a Difference

Spend the day on Gozo and compare its green landscape and historical monuments to Malta. Benefit from pick-up at your hotel, and then cross by ferry to visit the megalithic Ggantija Temples, built more than 5,550 years ago. Drive to Marsalforn to board a trackless train for a 40-minute ride past Marsalforn Bay, Qbajjar Bay and Xwejni Bay. Get panoramic views of the salt pans. Next, visit the Crafts Center to taste some of the traditional food of Malta and purchase traditional crafts. Continue to Dwejra Bay to discover the Inland Sea and mushroom-like rock formation of Il-Ġebla tal-Ġeneral. Take a short boat trip, weather permitting. Explore the capital city of Victoria and see landmarks such as the Bronze Age fortifications of the Cittadella – formerly Il Castello – developed by the Phoenicians and converted to an Acropolis in Roman times. Enjoy dinner at a restaurant in Rabat before taking the ferry back to Malta.

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Malta: 5-Hour Lazy Pirate Boat Party with Drinks & Food

4. Malta: 5-Hour Lazy Pirate Boat Party with Drinks & Food

Experience the best of Malta’s vibrant night scene on the Fernandes 2. This Lazy Pirate Boat Party will be a night to remember! The boat departs from Sliema at 18:30 pm and cruises towards the setting sun. You’ll be in the Blue Lagoon as night falls and the music gets louder! Stop in the North of the Island for 2-hours and take time for a moonlight swim. Party on until the boat returns to Sliema at around midnight. Throughout the party you’ll drink from an open bar stocked with vodka, tequila, whiskey, rum, beer, wine, and sangria. Drink as much as you like and enjoy the complimentary snacks and fruit.

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Valletta: History and Food Walking Tour with Lunch

5. Valletta: History and Food Walking Tour with Lunch

Join a walking tour to explore historical landmarks such as St. John's Cathedral, Auberge de Castille, Grandmaster's Palace, and more. Admire breathtaking views and taste local street food before ending with a Maltese lunch in an atmospheric restaurant in the center of Valletta. Start the tour in the historic center of Valletta, with a visit to the Barrakka Gardens. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Grand Harbor. Then, stop at the Auberge de Castille, the old building that housed the knights coming from Spain which is now the residence of the Prime Minister. Be led by your guide through the center’s most characteristic streets like Republic and Merchant Street before arriving in front of St. John's Cathedral. Discover Caravaggio's masterpieces such as The Beheading of St. John the Baptist. Enter the Co-Cathedral to marvel at exuberant Maltese Baroque style. Next, make a stop at an ancient cafe in the city center for a tasting of the local street food, qassata and the famous pastizzi (puff pastry stuffed with cheese or a curried pea mash.) Try a typical food that is simply called "Malta", accompanied by Malta's national drink, Kinnie. Then, head towards the Grandmaster's Palace, a majestic complex that now houses the Maltese Parliament. See its rooms adorned with Baroque decorations and ancient tapestries. In case of Parliament reunion, the tour is carried out externally and replaced with Casa Rocca Piccola, a noble palace from the 16th century. At the end of the walking tour, treat yourself to a traditional Maltese lunch. Visit a restaurant located in a typical bakery, combining traditional Maltese cuisine, history, memorabilia in a relaxed environment right in the center of Valletta. Savor a 3-course tasting menu to try traditional Maltese cuisine, including dishes like Gozo Cheeselets and Bigilla, Stew Rabbit, Bragjoli, and Imqaret. Learn how Maltese cuisine has been influenced by the dominations on the island over the centuries but has maintained a unique character in its approach to fresh ingredients.

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What people are saying about Valletta

A fabulous and great tour and the opportunity to experience history, culture and culinary local food in a walking tour of Valetta. Our guide Marisa - a local - led us through the alleys to the important places but also to the lesser known ones. Tried the typical street food of Malta and received one or the other tip on where and how the Maltese, for example, gets his coffee and drinks many other spots. Marisa speaks passionately about the country and its people and we were very enthusiastic. A really great experience and we recommend it to everyone who wants to learn more about the way of life and the history of the Maltese!

wonderful tour and highly recommended. Nadine was very knowledgeable / informative not only about the Valetta's history but also the food and culture. The tour provided a fascinating insight into the many civilisations / cultures that define malta's as it is today. The food and drink stops were plentiful and provided some very tasty treats.

We did this your last week Nadine was our guide it was absolutely fantastic. Nadine was engaging and hugely informative. She brought Valletta to life for us. The food stops were really nice and very filling. Do not hesitate to book the tour it’s a wonderful experience.

Informative tour through Valetta with stops at various stations where typical Maltese dishes were served. Breakfast can be a bit smaller that day or you can leave lunch with you. I didn't expect so many snacks. It was delicious.

Our Tourguide Marisa was fantastic and the food samples were delicious. This tour is a great mix of Maltese culture and history. Can highly recommend this.