Tour to Mdina Medieval City & Hagar Qim

Show Map
Javascript is required to view this map.
See video

Travel back to the medieval era wandering in the gorgeous and uncommon city of Mdina. Step foot on the impressive cathedral of the Conversion of St. Paul as well as the world heritage site “Hagar Qim Temple”. 

After your disembarkation from the ship, you will be driven to Mdina , an extraordinary medieval city built in the 9th century in the centre of Malta as a military fortress to supervise the hole area. The city is a labyrinth of cobbled streets and full of palaces, churches and mansions.  You will visit the Cathedral of the Conversion of St Paul located in the central square. Admire the traditional Maltese architecture and take advantage of unique photo opportunities. 

The second stop of your tour is the Hagar Qim Temple site, an ancient megalithic temple complex dated back between 3600 and 3200 BC. The temple is built by big-cut stones and forms a main temple and three additional megalithic structures around it. Follow your guide and listen the details of the history and myth that surrounds the temple. Admire the chamber door, the Southern Wall and the altars. The temple is listed among the World Heritage site by Unesco.


-         transportation by air-conditioned vehicle, late-model

(bus, minibus or taxi, according to your group’s size)

-         professional driver

-         insurance cover during transfers by vehicle

-         licensed English-speaking guide * (concerns “with guide” rate only)

-         all taxes

-         identification sign with your name on it

-         mobile contact number for any emergency, available 24/7

* guides in other languages available, upon request


-         entrance fees (paid by you on the spot)

Step 1

Your tour starts from Malta port

Step 2

Visit to Mdina city

Step 3

Exploration of the Cathedral of the Conversion of St Paul

Step 4

Tour to the site of Hagar Qim Temple

Length Type:
Venues Visited:


Post new review

The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly.