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Tel: +356 7923 1919 | Marsovin Ltd. The Winery, Wills street, Marsa, Malta.
A visit to the 400 year old Marsovin Cellars is an authentic experience to savour the Maltese Culture of Wine. Weekly tours including wine tasting are organised. You may also visit our largest vineyard at Marnisi Estate in Marsaxlokk. Private Groups bookings are accepted. Read More

Recommended Mdina Dungeons History and Culture

Tel: +356 2145 0267 | St Publius Square, Mdina, Malta.
A series of life-size characters from Malta’s history. The exhibits present vivid pictures of sufferance & the harsh cruelties experienced in the past. The sound & light effects impart an impression of interaction with the figures on display. Some graphic scenes of torture are not ideal for the... Read More

Recommended Mdina Experience History and Culture

Tel: +356 2145 4322 | 7, Mesquita Square, Mdina, Malta.
An audio-visual presentation that traces the history of Malta’s former capital, from its foundation to the present times. The fascinating pictures in dazzling colour give a glimpse of the history and the cultural past of ancient Mdina. The simultaneous commentary is available in 12 languages. Read More

Recommended Museum of Archaeology History and Culture

Tel: +356 2122 1623 | Auberge de Provence, Republic Street, Valletta, Malta.
The National Museum of Archaeology displays a significant array of artefacts from the Islands’ unique prehistoric periods, starting with the first arrival of man in 5200 BC, up to 2500 BC.
Monday to Sunday: 9.00-17.00 - Last admission: 16.30 - Closed: 24, 25 & 31 December, 1 January, Good Friday. Read More

Recommended Sacred Island History and Culture

Tel: +356 2122 2644 | Dar l-Emigrant, Castille Square, Valletta, Malta.
Sacred Island is a 40-minute multimedia show that charts the history of religion in Malta. The show is narrated in Maltese, English, Italian, French, German, Spanish and Russian. Read More

Recommended St John’s Co-Cathedral History and Culture

Tel: +356 2122 0536 | Republic Street, Valletta, Malta.
A gem of Baroque art & architecture. Built as the conventual church for the Knights of St John, the Grand Masters & knights donated gifts of high artistic value & made contributions to enrich it with the best works of art. This church is still an important shrine and a sacred place of worship. Read More

Recommended Ta' Pinu Basilica History and Culture

Tel: +356 2155 6187 | Gharb, Gozo.
The most famous place of pilgrimage for the Maltese. Back in June 1883, when a woman heard the voice of the Virgin Mary in an old chapel. In the following years, many miracles & acts of grace were manifested at the site. Many believe that the prayers said there saved Gozo from the plague. Read More

Recommended Tales of The Silent City History and Culture

Tel: +356 2145 1179 | Palazzo Gatto Murina, Villegaignon Street, Mdina, Malta.
Tales of the Silent City highlights, in a series of animated tableaux, major events in the long history of Malta’s former capital up to the WWII.
It is housed on the top floor of the 15th Century Palazzo Gatto Murina. Read More

Recommended The Old Prison History and Culture

Tel: +356 2156 5988 | Cathedral Square, The Citadel, Victoria, Gozo.
Adjacent to the law courts, to which it was originally connected, The Old Prison is divided into two sections: the entrance hall, which served as a common cell in the 19th century & a block with six individual cells. The prison was in use from the mid 16th century until the beginning of the 20th. Read More

Recommended Villa Bologna History and Culture

Tel: +356 2144 0979 | San Anton Street, Attard, Malta. BZN 02
Within the walls of Villa Bologna the visitor will discover a world far removed from the bustle of Malta's tourist traffic. Garden enthusiasts can enjoy a historic Mediterranean garden where the plants and beautiful fountains provide a perfect setting for the villa. Read More
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