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Step Behind Malta’s Hidden Door

A dynamic holiday offer has been launched by the Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa in Malta that will give visitors the chance to see the Maltese Islands in another shade.

Called ‘Private Malta’, the 4-day break goes beyond the many world-famous historic attractions found on Malta. Besides the silent city of Mdina and the baroque capital Valletta, visitors can see behind the normally-closed doors of some of the most peculiar private residences and Palazzos and meet their owners.

Highlights of the program also include private visits to the spectacular St John’s Cathedral, a yacht tour of The Grand Harbour, and musical performances in Palazzos.

Malta is home to many top UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and will host Europe’s City of Culture in the capital Valetta in 2018. The City of Valetta is currently undergoing a major change in its property sector with extensive refurbishments on private and public buildings.

The program’s creator Jim Dunn, a British resident of Malta, and an advisor to the Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa, said they want to provide a VIP experience for travelers.

“Our aim is to give visitors a VIP experience like no other. The package will include private arrivals and transfers, five-star hotel accommodation, guides, and access to many of the island’s true gems – most of which are rarely open to the public.”

The cost of the itinerary starts from €2,150 per person (in a group) for four nights’ accommodation.  Triq Villegaignon onto the Palazzo Santa Sophia

Christian Stock  / Flickr| Triq Villegaignon onto the Palazzo Santa Sophia nterior, St. Paul's Cathedral, Mdina

travfotos / Flickr | Interior, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Mdina

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