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Mdina Private Walking Tour
"Mdina once the capital city of Malta has had many names throughout its history but its medieval name describes it best - ‘Città Notabile': the noble city. Built on a plateau in the centre of the island its Baroque cathedral and magnificent bastions dominate the skyline. A stroll through its narrow streets which have changed little in the last 1000 years
From EUR89.00
 
City Sightseeing Gozo Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"The largest island in Malta’s archipelago Gozo is a veritable treasure trove of sightseeing opportunities with Baroque churches temples and fascinating little villages vying for your attention alongside idyllic island scenery. Choose between two different sightseeing routes – pink or blue – and discover attractions galore on your City Sightseeing Gozo hop-on hop-off tour. open-top double-decker bus admire top island attractions
From EUR18.00
 
Valletta World War Two Private Walking Tour
"6.55 am on 11th June 1940 marked the start of a harrowing experience for the people of Malta who thus far had been spared the horrors of the Second World War. As the first bombs were dropped over the Island little could the Maltese imagine the full scale of the horror that was yet to come. The previous night with France on the verge of surrender and Britain surely to follow the Italian dictator Benito Mussolini had concluded that the time was ripe for Italy to join the war and set Malta firmly within his sights. Throughout the next 3 years
From EUR89.00

More Transportation in Rabat

To Rabat by the Hop-on & off-bus

To Rabat by the Hop-on & off-bus is one of the possibilities to go there. Buses are going each 30 min and for the full day you pay 15 euros. I took the very first bus, spent some time in the park...
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globetrott
Nov 15, 2010

take the street-train

There is a small street-train for tourists showing you all the sights of Rabat, that might make sense for people, who have problems to walk or when they are in a hurry and this train is ready to go....
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globetrott
Nov 14, 2010

Take the local bus to Rabat & Mdina

Take Bus 80 or 81 from Valettaor bus 65 from Sliema to Rabat & MdinaThe system of buses all over Malta is really quite perfect in many ways although their buses are mostly outdated and without any...
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globetrott
Nov 14, 2010

Easy by Bus

Its easy to reach Rabat by local bus. Here's the options depending on where you are coming from :Bus 80, 81(Dingli) from/to VallettaBus 83 from/to BugibbaBus 65 from/to SliemaKeep hold of your ticket...
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sandysmith
Feb 22, 2005

Take the old buses to go to...

Take the old buses to go to RABAT . We have lodged in the Hilton Malta a short distance from La Valetta , so we first go to the VALETTA Bus Station and further to RABAT . REMARK : MDINA is only 5...
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RitchiS1
Sep 12, 2002

By bus, which seemed to me...

By bus, which seemed to me outfashioned and ancient! It is notable how you have to warn a driver that you are going to get out: there is a string over the ceiling of the bus ending with a small bell...
maxovna
Sep 12, 2002
 
 
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By bus from Sliema-Paceville...

By bus from Sliema-Paceville ... it's a nice trip on those famous Maltese buses !!! and it's cheap !!! but remember to ask the driver for the last run to get back :-)Just walking ... it's a small city...
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mauro_pd
Aug 24, 2002

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St Paul's Catacombs

On my recent trip to Malta, I seemed to spend an inordinate amount of time underground. I don't know why but there seem to be a lot of caves and undergraound places on the island, some natural, some...
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Domus Romana - Roman Villa.

Situated as it is at the "crossroads" of the Mediterranean, Malta has been subject to invasion and occupation by all sorts of people and this includes the Roamns which is hardly surprising given it's...
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St Paul's Church

St. Pauls Church from the 17th century, was the first famous Church we came across on our "train' journey. St. Paul's Church in Rabat, stands above a grotto where St. Paul is said to have taken...
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Rabat Centre

Just a few minutes walk from the main rd in Rabat and all falls silent as you enter the small streets and alleyways of the centre of town.Its almost like being back in 'Mdina' as silence decends upon...
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Mdina

The city of Mdina can be accessed through three gates, the Gharreqin Gate, Greek Gate and Main Gate. The main gate is the nicest and probably the most used gate. The Greek Gate is mainly used by cars,...
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St Paul's Grotto

I cannot imagine there are two many underground caves where not one but two Popes have prayed but the grotto of St. Paul in Rabat is one such. St. Paul is hugely important in the very Catholic...
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"A Roman Villa & some great catacombes"
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"Rabat"
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Elly01

"Rabat - A village with loads of mystery &..."
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sandysmith

"Rabat - Catacomb City"
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maxovna

"Rabat, the Neighbour of Mdina"
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