DAY 1:
Arrival in Malta. Transfer to the hotel and accommodation in private rooms.

DAY 2:
Breakfast at the hotel. Departure by bus to visit Valletta.
The doors of Renzo Piano and the Barrakka Upper Gardens, built atop the defensive bastions that surround the city, will welcome us. The gardens, built by the Knights of St. John, allow you to have a wonderful view of the Grand Harbour and the fortified Three Cities.
We will proceed with a pleasant walk through the streets of the city.
Stopover to watch an impressive multimedia show in 5D, which will trace the history of Malta since prehistoric times.
Return to the hotel. Lunch and afternoon at leisure.
Dinner and overnight stay.

DAY 3:
Breakfast at the hotel.
Today’s tour will take us to Mosta to visit the famous cathedral (the Rotunda) considered the third largest in Europe.
Then we will head to Ta Qali Crafts Village, a handicraft village built on the site of an ex-air base of the Second World War, where you can admire the work of blown glass, ceramics and filigree.
Time for shopping. Walking, we will arrive in Rabat, a suburb in close proximity to visit the caves of São Paulo.
In one of the village restaurants, it will be served typical Maltese lunch.
Finally, we will proceed to the high cliffs of Dingli for a breathtaking panoramic view of the open sea.
Return to the hotel, dinner and overnight.

DAY 4:
Breakfast at the hotel. The day will begin with the choice of the main ingredients, bringing us to the Marsaxlokk fish market, for a cooking class.
The cooking course includes: visit and shop at the Marsaxlokk fish market; 4 hours of cooking classes with local chefs; ingredients and cooking facilities for the preparation of the dishes; wines and drinks for lunch; apron.
In the afternoon return to the hotel afternoon at leisure.
Dinner and overnight stay.

DAY 5:
Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Cirkewwa, north of Malta to board the ferry.
Arrive in Gozo.
Departure by bus to visit the Megalithic Temples of Ggantija, the heritage of UNESCO.
It is believed to be the oldest megalithic structures in the world, still in excellent condition, presumably date back to
4000 BC. We will continue to Victoria, Gozo’s capital. Free time for shopping.
Gozo is, in fact, renowned for its woollen garments and handmade lace.
Lunch included. In the late afternoon, we will return by ferry to Malta.
Dinner and overnight stay.

DAY 6:
Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to the airport/port

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