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MDINA, sometimes also refereed to as the 'Silent City' is Malta's old capital city. This town goes back to prehistory times, where the first settlers occupied the city. Over the years the rulers of Malta continued to built on this city until the period of the Knights of St. John. The name Noble City came about when it was the favourite residence of the island’s aristocracy and the seat of the “Universita’”. The adjacent town to Mdina, RABAT was once part of the city. The narrow streets of Rabat are rich in history and architecture too. This tour ends with a visit to San Anton Gardens, dating back to the 17th Century and today is the residence of the President of Malta.
Walk through the streets of Rabat
National Archives of Malta
St. Paul's Grotto & Church
Walk through the streets of Mdina
City Gate Entrance
National Arts Museum and square
St Peter & St Paul's Cathedral and square
Malta's Old Railway Station
Bastions and Ramparts
San Anton Palace and Gardens
* a coffee stop will be made during this tour at one of the tea rooms in Mdina
END OF TOUR
Return to the cruise terminal or you could opt to stay in the city for shopping or a meal.
MDINA, THE NOBLE CITY
a medieval city surrounded by walls & bastions
Tour code: PHD 02
Light - short walks on level ground, with few stairs to climb.
€295 - 1 to 3 persons
€360 - 4 to 6 persons
€425 - 7 to 12 persons
Round trip transport to Mdina by private car with A/C
The service of a fully licensed guide
Meals & Drinks
€20 per tour for tours operated on Sundays and Public Holidays
Meeting point & location
If you are on a cruise your tour leaves from the ship terminal or
if you are already on land this tour will start at an agreed location once booking is made. Tour ends at your respective starting point.
other languages on request
Full refund is given in case ship cancels port of call
No refund is given if tour is cancelled 48 hours before
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