Valletta Sightseeing Cruise and Tour

 

Valletta Sightseeing Cruise and Tour

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Discover Valletta's historical battlements and forts on a 3.5-hour tour of the city's peninsula, by cruise boat and minibus! Look out for Malta's famous Three Cities while cruising between Marsamxett and the Grand Harbour, and learn all about the city's sights from the audio commentary. Then, relax on a minibus tour around the coastline to Gzira town, passing highlights like Msida Marina and Ta'Xbiex village.Leave your Malta hotel by air-conditioned minibus and travel to Marsamxett - one of Valetta's ports. Step on board your sightseeing cruise boat and take to the water to cruise around the city's peninsula. As you relax out on deck, listen to your boat's audio commentary and learn all about Valletta's sights, culture and history.Glide past the Grand Harbour - Malta's main port - and look out for the famous Three Cities, a collective name given to the fortified ancient cities of Cospicua, Vittoriosa and Senglea on the south side of the peninsula. Hear how their people successfully fought the Ottoman Invasion during the Great Sieges, a chequered time in Malta's history, and learn of the Knights of St John who rewarded them.After spending roughly 1.5 hours cruising past the historical forts, battlements and creeks, return to Marsamxett, and finish your tour with a drive to the nearby coastal town of Gzira. Pass the lively little village of Ta'Xbiex, and admire the glitzy yachts of Msida Marina. Have your camera ready to capture photos of the famous Valletta bastions, and then gaze over the swaying palm trees of Lower Barakka Gardens. Your tour finishes with a drop-off at your Malta hotel.
 

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Hotel pickup and drop-off Local guide Cruise Transport by air-conditioned minibus 
 

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