Day 1: Arrival to Malta, and travel to Sliema
Day 2: Valletta - a UNESCO World Heritage Centre– Visit the Saint John's Co-Cathedral, Grandmaster's Palace, National Museum of Archaeology, Upper Barrakka Gardens, City Gate, Fort Saint Elmo. Discover some amazing street arts in Valletta and enjoy an evening show at Manoel Theatre. Overnight stay in Sliema.
Day 3: Travel to Mosta and Visit the Rotunda of Mosta - a replica of a WW2 bomb that fell through the roof of the church and did not explode can be seen, Skorba Temples (a UNESCO World Heritage Centre).
Travel to Mdina, and visit St. Paul's Cathedral, Palazzo Falson, Vilhena Palace.
Travel to Rabat, visit the St. Paul's Catacombs, Ta' Ħaġrat Temples (a UNESCO World Heritage Centre). Overnight stay in Sliema.
Day 4: Visit the Blue Lagoon on the small island of Comino, and explore Golden Bay, Għajn Tuffieħa and Ġnejna Bay. Overnight stay in Sliema.
Day 5: Explore the Għar Dalam prehistoric cave and visit the Marsaxlokk village, known for its fresh fish brought in by the fishermen. Overnight stay in Sliema
Day 6: Day trip to Gozo – After a ferry ride from Sliema to Cirkewwa, visit the Ġgantija Temples (a UNESCO World Heritage Centre), then visit the Calypso Cave, the Ta’ Pinu Sanctuary, a church renowned for its miraculous healing powers, Dwejra Bay with the Azure Window and Fungus Rock, Xlendi Bay, Cathedral of the Assumption. Overnight stay in Sliema.
Day 7: Three Cities (Birgu, Bormla and Isla) – Visit Fort Rinella in Birgu, Tarxien Temples - a UNESCO World Heritage Centre), Gardjola Gardens. Overnight stay in Sliema.
Day 8: Visit St Peter’s Pool located close to Marsaxlokk at the tip of Delimara Point in the southwest of Malta and Blue Grotto. Overnight stay in Sliema.
Day 9: Departure from Malta