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We start our day with a relaxing cruise around the two natural harbours on either side of Valletta, Marsamxett Harbour and the Grand Harbour.
A detailed commentary will unfold the history of Valletta and the Three Cities connected with the two Great Sieges of 15, as well as the other places of interest including the historical forts, battlements and creeks which can only be admired from the seaharbours, creeks, shipyards, skylines and bastions of Valletta, and the "Three Cities" are unforgettable.
The palace housed the residence and state rooms of the Grand Masters from 1571 until their expulsion by Napoleon in 1798.
The city inside the walls was then laid out on a regular street grid pattern, and adorned with churches, palaces, auberges (inns), and the famous hospital of the Knights, the Sacra Infermeria.
The impressive floor is paved with colourful slabs of inlaid marble, with ornate decorations and epitaphs marking the location of over 300 tombs below, including the tombs of the first 12 Grand Masters of the Order of the Knights.
We will visit the Cathedral's Museum and Oratory, where hangs the masterpiece, 'The Beheading of St. During his brief stay in Malta (1607-8), he was admitted (and soon expelled) from the order of the Knights, and commissioned to paint several works. John the Baptist' is the largest painting ever created by the artist, and the only one he ever signed.
Tunisia also saw the earliest development of many religions.
The holiest city, Kairouan, houses the first mosque in Africa, and Djerba is home to the oldest Jewish community in the world. Malta has a greater density of historic sights than any other country.
The country has thankfully shaken off the British culinary legacy and is home to some excellent restaurants specialising in Mediterranean food. This morning we depart on foot for a full-day tour of Valletta, the capital of Malta.