Malta through the ages: history and archaeology

20 April 2020 to 27 April 2020
From £2,495 per person (single room supplement available on request)
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In the company of an archaeologist specialising in Maltese history and archaeology, you will discover the many ages of Maltese history, from its ancient megalithic temples to its Medieval settlements.  Together you will explore Malta’s excavated sites, many museums, cathedrals, churches, palaces and temples, and enjoy private and privileged access away from any typical tourist trail. We will also spend a day visiting Malta’s War Museum, and the British built, nineteenth century, Fort Rinella.

Trip scholar

Dr. Caroline Malone, Professor of Prehistory, Queen’s University Belfast
Caroline spends much of the year teaching in Belfast and co-directing archaeological projects in Scotland, Umbria, Lazio, Sicily and Malta.


  • Explore the many ages of Malta in the company of Professor Caroline Malone, an archaeologist specialising in Maltese history and archaeology
  • Visit the Grand Harbour aboard a privately chartered Maltese ‘luzzu’ or fishing boat
  • Enjoy private access to a series of unique Neolithic temples
  • Discover the secrets of the Knights at the Grand Master’s Palace
  • Spend the afternoon exploring the winding streets of Malta’s ancient walled capital, Mdina
  • Explore excavated settlement sites, ancient artefacts in museums, churches, cathedrals, palaces and prehistoric temples

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