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Highlights of Malta - Full Day Tour

For this full day tour we will have you driven to Mosta in order to visit the world renown Mosta Dome, one of the largest unsupported domes in the world. Once the tour of the Church of the Assumption of Our Lady is done we will continue the tour by visiting several local artisans while they work to create traditional Maltese ware such as glass blowers, silver smiths and filigree designers. Once we reach this point in our tour you will be allowed to some time to purchase the wares that they produce. The next stop on our journey will be the Silent city of Mdina with its defensive bastions standing guard for the city since the 9th century.

After visiting Mdina we will take a stroll to Rabat in order to visit Saint Paul's Grotto; once lunch time arrives you will be served a traditional Maltese lunch in one of the village's restaurants. The final leg of the tour will end once we reach the Dingli Cliffs and we get to see a great sunset panorama of the open sea.

Highlights of Malta - Full Day Tour, is offered by our travel tour agency - Malta Tours, in Malta Sightseeing Tours.
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Mosta Dome
The Church of the Assumption of Our Lady is a 19th century church built around an older 17th century church so as to allow the people a place to worship while the new church was being built. Both the interior and exterior of the church are truly impressive, but the interior is the main attraction because the church sports the third larges unsupported dome in the world. It was designed with the Pantheon in Rome in mind and construction began in May of 1833, with the church finally being consecrated on the 15th of October 1871. This dome is also known for being pierced during The Second World War by a 200 kg German bomb which did not explode. A replica of the bomb is now displayed in the rotunda.

Dingli Clifs
The Dingli Cliffs have acted as a natural fortress for centuries, they are indeed a wondrous sight. These are part of the tallest point on the Maltese Islands, a 250 metre point marked by the small chapel of Saint Mary Magdalene. The nearby village of Dingli is a nice quiet getaway ideal for walking and capturing great panoramas over Malta.

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