The Three Cities is a collective description of the three fortified cities of Vittoriosa (also known as Birgu), Senglea (also known as L-Isla) and Cospicua (also known as Bormla) in Malta.
The oldest of the Three Cities is Vittoriosa, which has existed since the Middle Ages. The other two cities, Senglea and Cospicua, were both founded by the Order of Saint John in the 16th and 17th centuries.
The Three Cities are enclosed by the Cottonera Lines, along with several other fortifications.
This half day tour takes you around the Three Cities.
The first stop will be at Senglea Parish Church for around 20 minutes were the statue of Christ the Redeemer (known as Ir-Redentur) can be admired.
The second stop will be a photo stop of around 10 minutes at the Gardjola Gardens. These gardens overlook the Grand Harbour and host the ancient guard tower known as "il-Gardjola", the eyes, ears and sentinel protecting Maltese shores.
A drive through Cospicua passing the dockyard area leads to Vittoriosa were a third stop of around 45 minutes takes place.
Places of interest in Vittoriosa are the National Maritime Museum, the Inquistitor's Palace, the Freedom monument and the marina which can all be reached at walking distance.
The drive back passes through Kalkara, a nearby town where it is believed that a lime kiln was present during Roman times.
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