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Folklore Dinner Show At A Traditional Maltese Restaurant

1. Folklore Dinner Show At A Traditional Maltese Restaurant

Established in 1964, Ta’ Marija Restaurant is one of the Island’s most historically rich restaurants. This long-standing experience, coupled with the chefs’ explosive creativity, have enabled us to introduce a new take on Maltese cuisine; one which serves as a fusion between the old and the new. For an evening of culinary delights sprinkled with a lot of liveliness, join this special Folklore Dinner Show. Starting at 19:30 hrs. and ending at approximately 22:30 hrs. After dinner the folklore show features six dancers in traditional eighteenth-century costumes who will lure you into a jovial story of Maltese history told through dance. The dancefloor also elevates to enable you to watch the show comfortably from your dining table. After the show, and après-dinner, Ta’ Marija’s dancefloor will light up, with soft or popular music according to the mood, to make your own history of a truly unforgettable evening! ► The 4 Course Menu Includes: (1) Maltese Arancini, Maltese Sausage, Goat's Cheese, Pistachios & Arborio Rice With Beans (2) Traditional Shellfish & Garlic Soup; (Or) (2) Gorgonzola Filled Ravioli & Creamy Button Mushroom & Truffle Oil Sauce (3) Baked Squid Stuffed With Tentacles, Olives, Capers, Fresh Herbs & Linguine Pasta With Cuttlefish Ink; (Or) (3) Slow Cooked Traditional Horse Meat Stew, Rich Red Wine & Lacto Beer Sauce, Fried Wild Thyme ‘Horseshoe’ Bread; (Or) (3) Signature Baked Boneless Rabbit Stuffed With Rabbit Liver, Herbs And Rice, Fruity Port Wine Sauce With Pistachios, Sultanas & Apricots • The Above Main Courses Are Served With: Roasted Seasonal Vegetables & Maltese Style Baked Potatoes With Fennel (4) Vanilla, Chocolate & Strawberry Custard, Sponge With Pomegranate Liqueur, “Helwa Tat-Tork”, Fruit, Savoiardi Biscuits, Cream & Crushed Nuts Free Flowing Local Wine, Mineral Water & Coffee Are Included During Your Dinner.

Evening of Colorful Festa Fireworks in Malta

2. Evening of Colorful Festa Fireworks in Malta

Festas, or parish feasts, are a strong tradition in Malta, and they are celebrated spectacularly. One or more festas are going on every weekend, and we will take you to one in time for the fireworks! Following pick-up from your hotel on Malta Island, your English-speaking guide tells you about places of interest along the way to the festa village. Once you arrive in the village, a visit to the Parish Church, splendidly decorated to fit the occasion, is a must. Then take in the unique festa atmosphere with a leisurely stroll around the village streets, all beautifully lit up, and filled with stalls selling traditional festa sweets- The fireworks display often begins with the traditional Giggifogu, a whirl of light and colors made by flares on spinning wheels, while the music of the marching village brass bands fills the air.

Malta Bus Tour to Aviation Museum, Mosta Church & Shelters

3. Malta Bus Tour to Aviation Museum, Mosta Church & Shelters

During this tour, you will travel onboard a traditional Maltese Bus known by the locals as ‘Xarabank’. These buses were built by Maltese Bus Builders during the 1950s to the 1970s and came in all kinds of colours, to overcome illiteracy - red, purple, blue...all depending on the locality they served. This tradition persisted until eventually bus numbers came into place. Traditional Maltese bus decoration consisted of different designs and typography. This included designs in paint; passenger messages on the interior and exterior of the bus, names of patron saints, song lyrics, slogans and many more. There were also plenty of chrome and accessories, such as flags and good luck symbols. Nowadays, these colourful buses are rarely seen, used only on special occasions such as weddings & tourist events. During this tour you will first visit The Aviation Museum, an aircraft museum situated on the site of the former Royal Air Force airfield in the village of Ta'Qali. The museum, based in three hangars, covers the history of aviation on the island with exhibits, particularly from the Second World War and post-war periods. The museum is involved in the preservation and restoration of aircraft, some of which are in airworthy condition. You will then visit the Mosta Rotunda, a Roman Catholic Church dedicated to the Assumption of Our Lady. The design is based on the Pantheon in Rome, has the third largest unsupported dome in the world and is Malta's largest and most famous church. The church narrowly avoided destruction during World War II when on 9 April 1942 a German aerial bomb pierced the dome and fell into the church during Mass, but failed to explode. This event was interpreted by the Maltese as a miracle, although many bombs failed to explode. During your visit you will admire the sacristies, the various objects of prestige, a large-scale model of the church and a replica of the bomb. You will also go up to the portico, to the bell tower & enter in the inner gallery of the the church. Your last stop will be the World War II Shelter that skirts the Mosta Church parvis. The Shelter which was opened recently, was dug by hand in 1940 by 15 highly-skilled workmen. Families used this shelter during World War II to protect themselves from the many and continuous air raids. The complex also boasts an exhibition of tools and implements related to old trades. At the end of the tour, you will also enjoy some local savouries.

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A chance to see how Maltese celebrate their Saints

Although initial plans were for another fiesta, we failed to go there due to the delayed minibus with participants from north. The guide, Paul, decided to lead us to Ormi for the fiesta of St Sebastian. He offered us good information about the way Maltese celebrate their Saints and in specific people of Ormi St Sebastian. He managed to get us inside the Cathedral and in Ormi's Philarmonic whose interior was quite interesting and he let us free to enjoy after recommending us where to taste what. The air fireworks were more obvious out of the central square and the Cathedral. The show was amazing even by realizing that we could see fireworks from other two neighboring villages as well. The land fireworks at the square started later than programmed. However, Paul managed to delay our departure so we didn't miss any single firework at the square.

A beautiful restaurant with super friendly service, delicious dishes and an enthusiastic owner with a passion for his profession. A folklore dance group made the evening a special experience, so highly recommended!

Everything was perfect. The bus, the chauffeur, the guide, the overall tour, the guided tour of the aviation museum, we can recommend everything. Thanks for the nice experience. Claudia & Franz, Graz, Austria

exceptional for those who love fireworks like me! the Maltese are really strong! fireworks never seen elsewhere and the highlight of the show with the fireworks in the street! unbelievable

Great party, great organization. Many thanks to Michael