What you'll do?
Enjoy a 4-hour private sightseeing tour discovering the Maltese Noble Homes and Palaces. Visit the splendid Palazzo Falson in Mdina, explore the San Anton Gardens and Presidential Residence and discover the baroque charm of Palazzo Parisio.
- Discover Palazzo Falson, one of the oldest buildings in Mdina
- Visit the magnificient Palazzo Parisio, known as the Maltese Versailles
- Enjoy spectacular views from Palazzo de Piro
- Explore San Anton Gardens and the Presidential Palace
Meet your local guide and learn about the history and rich culture of the Mediterranean island of Malta. Discover splendid examples of medieval architecture, palaces adorned with Baroque decorations, noble residences, and wonderful gardens.
The tour starts with a walking tour in Mdina. Make the first stop at Palazzo Falson. This palace is the second oldest surviving building in Mdina, dating back to the 13th century. Then discover Palazzo de Piro, a 17th-century building nestled in the bastion walls of the medieval city. Stop for a tea or coffee and enjoy spectacular views from the Palace’s panoramic terrace.
Continue your journey to visit the gardens of San Anton, the most beautiful botanical garden on the island. Find the chapel built by the Knights of St. John and the nearby Presidential Palace. Finally, stop at Naxxar to visit Palazzo Parisio, described as the Maltese Versailles for the beauty of its walled gardens.
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Local tour guide
Entry ticket to Palazzo Falson and Palazzo Parisio
Coffee break at Palazzo de Piro
Not suitable for
- Children under 16 years
- People over 6 ft 6 in (200 cm)
- People over 297 lbs (135 kg)
- People over 95 years
What to bring
- Comfortable shoes
- Passport or ID card, copy accepted
- FFP2 mask
- Weapons or sharp objects
- Luggage or large bags
- Food in the vehicle
- Alcohol and drugs
- Alcoholic drinks in the vehicle
Know before you go
- The tour can be customized according to the client’s needs or requests.
- The Palazzo Falson is closed on Monday so the visit is replaced by Casa Bernard in Rabat.