Experience Malta’s colourful history through a ‘new generation’ 5D cinema effect Hypogeum
Go to the Ghar Dalam, a prehistoric cave
Walk around the exhibits at the St John’s Cavalier Centre for Creativity
Charter a yacht and sail around the islands
Go to Comino by the traditional Maltese boat Luzzu
Visit the Hagar Qim Temples
Visit the Kordin 111 Neolithic Temples
See the Fat Lady at the Tarxien Temples
Visit Popeye’s Village
Hike around the Victoria lines
Whilst staying at the Grand Hotel Excelsior Malta visit our concierge desk and our team will assist you in planning your visits around Malta. And for a great memorable experience this luxury 5 star hotel in Malta offers a selection of self guided tours around Malta. Be sure to check our chauffeur driven service during your stay.
The Grand Hotel Excelsior, in collaboration with the High Commission of India and India Tourism Office (Milan), will be celebrating the International Day of Yoga in Malta on Sunday 21st June. The general public is invited to participate in a Yoga for Harmony and Peace session led by Yoga Guru Master Dr. James Eruppakkattu, the founder of Shanti Yoga School. After completing his studies in Yoga Jivana Satsangha in Ananda Ashram, Pondicherry, he chose to devote himself to the practice of Yoga. Dr. Eruppakkattu qualified as a Yoga teacher at Yoga Madhava Kaivalyadhama Shreeman Mandira Samiti, Lonavla. In recent years he has deepened his knowledge on Kundalini yoga under the guidance of Shri Gurudeva Vagish Shastri.
The Yoga session is free of charge and will take place at the Bastion Terrace, overlooking the Marsamxett Harbour. The 90 minute event starts at 08:30 hrs. No booking is required.
On Monday 22nd June, Grand Hotel Excelsior’s kitchen brigade is inviting you to experience Indian cuisine and culture during an Indian themed dinner that will be served at the Grand Ballroom from 19:00hrs. Indian Bollywood dancers will entertain our guests. For more information or bookings, please contact our Food & Beverage team on 21250520 or email email@example.com.
A holiday to Malta is incomplete without a visit to the old capital city of Malta, Mdina. This old town and the whereabouts offer interesting insights into Maltese history and the old way of life of the Maltese. If you plan to visit Mdina and Rabat have a look at our list of recommendations.
Explore Mdina by Night
Go to Dingli Cliffs, limits of Rabat and enjoy the stunning views
Visit St. Pauls Catacombs in Rabat
Wander around Buskett Gardens close to Rabat
Roman Villa, Rabat
See a Norman House by visiting Palazzo Falzon in Mdina
Admire the mosaics at The Roman Villa in Rabat
Visit the Museum of National History in Mdina
Experience the Mdina Dungeons
Enjoy the beautiful views from Fontanella tea rooms in Mdina