Travel into the central part of the island by using local transport, only a short distance.
Mosta is steeped in history with many early 1700s dwellings and historic buildings to visit and view. The famous Mosta Dome, known as the Rotunda of Mosta, took over 25 years to complete and is the largest unsupported Dome in the World. In the year 1942 the church was bombed and an Axis bomb hit the Dome but failed to explode, a replica bomb is displayed as a memorial.
Travel on into Mdina a medieval walled town once the capital of Malta situated on a hill in the centre of the Island. Points of interest are the many chapels, Palaces, churches and the St Paul’s Cathedral. Explore the narrow streets with Norman Houses having the special Maltese Doors and check out the Mdina Gate the main entrance to the city.
Travel onto Rabat, a village which is home to the Catacombs, a Roman Burial site. St Agaths is worth a visit displaying the old stone burial casket. Points of interest are the medieval buildings set around narrow streets with hanging balconies and fancy over head arches. Visit the Palazzo Falson a medieval palace consisting of a series of rooms wrapped around an internal courtyard and the beautiful St Paul’s Church and Grotto.