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Explore walled cities, admire colourful boats bobbing on the harbour and discover secret coves on a guided tour or cruise around Malta. Steeped in history, this Mediterranean archipelago oozes charm, boasts delicious regional cuisine, and flaunts perfect views all around. Ringed by azure seas and brimming with natural beauty, there is plenty to discover on one of 461 tours and cruises to Malta.

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Discover Must do experiences and highlights around Malta

Historic Streets of Hilltop Mdina

Historic Streets of Hilltop Mdina

The ‘Silent City’ has many tales to tell. Its winding cobblestone streets, Medieval walls, and original architecture looks like something out of a fairy tale.

The Blue Grotto Cave Complex

The Blue Grotto Cave Complex

This natural grotto captures sunlight and reflects the phosphorescent colours of the underwater flora in a spellbinding display of light and colour.

An Architectural Marvel: Mosta Dome

An Architectural Marvel: Mosta Dome

This impressive church is one of the architectural wonders of Malta, boasting striking decorative elements and a vast unsupported rotunda.

History, Scenery & Gastronomy on Gozo Island

History, Scenery & Gastronomy on Gozo Island

History buffs will relish the extraordinary sites here, including the megalithic temple complex of Ggantija which pre-dates the Great Pyramid. Meanwhile, active travellers can explore the scenic trails and foodies will delight in the fresh local produce.

The Walled City of Valletta

The Walled City of Valletta

Described by UNESCO as 'one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world', Malta’s capital has plenty of treasures to uncover. Within the walled city, must-sees include the beautiful Upper Barrakka Gardens and the impressive St John's Co-Cathedral.

Recent Reviews What our clients are saying about their journeys to Malta

Great Trip!   , TX, United States, Jun 2023
In all, the trip was great. Be aware, however, if you arrive at Malta International Airport at a time other than when expected, the meeting point "in front of Costa Coffee" is in the Departure area of the airport and not Arrivals. One of my trip mates did have a problem receiving a call back or email reply from Explore. I had no communication with them ...read more as everything was handled for me well by Global Journeys.
Very Enjoyable   , NSW, Australia, May 2023
Thoroughly enjoyed this tour for various reasons. The 20 people on the tour were a harmonious mixed group of singles and couples but mainly all with wide travel experience. It was a pleasure to travel with them. Our guide in Italy/Sicily was Flavio. He was very patient and went out of his way to ensure that things went well and to attend to any ...read more problems that occurred along the way.

Our bus driver was Gabrielo who deserves a medal for the way he negotiated our bus in some very interesting and tight places. Only comment on the bus is that we did not have WiFi. We had different local guides in some of the places we visited and they contributed to the enjoyment of the day. Our guide in Malta was Cynthia. She was very very efficient and knowledgeable and contributed to our greater understanding of Malta.

There were several minor hiccups along the way but they were overcome and in their own way contributed to the travel experience. The hotel in Rome is listed as a four star. I think this is a bit of an exaggeration and it is a three star at best. The remainder of the accommodation was OK for me as my needs are simple but some of the other people had problems with their rooms. These problems were corrected either by the person themselves or our guide. I thought that the trip to the Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel was not worth the effort. Both places were grossly overcrowded and you were unable to really stop and absorb anything. I got the impression that it was just a huge money making enterprise designed to push through as many people as possible in the shortest amount of time possible.

The other cities and towns we visited were good and, as mentioned before, we had local guides in many of them. Our last day in Sicily was good but a lot of time was wasted as our ferry to Malta did not leave until 9.30pm. As such we arrived at our hotel in Malta at midnight and then after check in and baggage it was much later before getting to bed. I would suggest that the last day in Sicily be compressed and that the transfer to Malta be on an earlier ferry. Overall, I had a great time and I am pleased that I went on this tour.
Southern Italy with Bunnik   , NSW, Australia, May 2023
This was a very busy tour filled with lots of activities. I really enjoyed the UNESCO Roman and Megalithic sights included. Our tour's pizza making was a highlight. Although I traveled in May Italy was very busy and unfortunately we had a lot of rain. Our tour director could have been more helpful with interesting facts on the bus. Other than that it ...read more was a great tour with a lot of wonderful UNESCO sights.
Put Malta and Gozo onto your travel list!     , NSW, Australia, Apr 2023
This was a fantastic trip and I could not recommend it highly enough! Good quality hotels, great and varied itinerary with the opportunity to have some free time as well. The highlights included a farm visit and luncheon, a visit to St Johns co-cathedral in Valetta, the coastal scenery and visits to neolithic temples! In addition to those highlights, ...read more the trip was memorable because of the opportunity to travel with like minded people and to be guided by a wonderful and enthusiastic guide (Lisa). We were also able to enjoy some high quality local seafood. You must put Malta and Gozo on your travel list!